The creative folks over at Double Fine may be busy with an adventure game born on Kickstarter and a slew of Amnesia Fortnight titles, but that doesn’t mean the studio can’t at least take a peak at a few THQ properties going up for auction.
Value investor Distressed Debt Investing has been doing some work on the sad story of THQ, and according to the eight-year veteran of the business, Double Fine is interested in one of the publisher’s properties.
THQ: Both Warner Brothers and Double Fine productions have asked for bankruptcy filings in the THQ case
— Hunter (@DDInvesting) January 10, 2013
Tim Schafer’s group of developers isn’t exactly a massive organization, but they may have noticed a smaller title that would be well within their budget. Since THQ published the console versions of Stacking and Costume Quest, that could be what they’re after.
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