The top four games have been voted on by the community in Double Fine's annual game development jam, Amnesia Fortnight. The winners are Hack ‘n Slash, a Zelda inspired dungeon crawler by Senior Programmer Brandon Dillon that encourages players to discover cheats and exploits to complete puzzles; Spacebase DF9, a city-building game set on a space station led by lead designer JP LeBreton; The White Birch, an ambient platform exploration game led by The Cave's art director Andy Wood that takes inspiration from Journey; and Autonomous, a first-person construction sandbox game inspired by '80s science fiction, set in a futuristic junkyard being led by art director Lee Petty.
Work on all of these the projects will be live streamed at the Double Fine's Twitch.tv site for those who purchase the Amnesia Fortnight bundle.
That bundle, found on the Humble Bundle site includes the four prototype games, prototypes of the previously released Double Fine games Happy Song and Costume Quest, and access to the Twitch TV feeds. Those paying more than the average price can also get the prototype of Brazen.