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Tim Schaffer reaches the Hall of Fame at the DICE Awards and Phil Spencer congratulates him | we are xbox

Earlier this month we learned that Double Fine’s beloved founder, Tim Schaffer, was to be inducted into the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences (AIAS) Hall of Fame at the 26th annual DICE Awards, which took place yesterday. And how could it be otherwise, we can already say that Tim Schafer reaches the Hall of Fame at the DICE Awards, in recognition of his impact for more than 30 years in the video game industry.


Schafer’s career began with LucasArts in 1989 as a programmer on games like Indiana Jones. Soon after, Ron Gilbert invited him to work on The Secret of Monkey Island and its sequel, which received great success, leading him to desEsports Extrasgames such as Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle and Grim Fandango before leaving LucasArts in the year 2000, at which time he founded Double Fine Productions and created psychonautsamong other great deliveries.

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Tim Schaffer inducted into the DICE Awards Hall of Fame

Tim Schaffer Inducted into the DICE Awards Hall of Fame and Phil Spencer Congratulates Him

It was not for less, everyone has been happy for what the founder of Double Fine has achieved, and even our beloved Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, has congratulated via Twitter to Tim Schafer for his achievement at the DICE Awards. «A well deserved award for someone who has had and continues to have such an amazing impact on our industry..”


These have been the words of other well-known people towards Tim Schafer himself and his deserved arrival in the Dice Awards Hall of Fame:

For over 30 years, his humor and originality have created imaginative games that have inspired countless others. We are very pleased that Tim is inducted into our Hall of Fame.

Tim has been a beacon of creativity and innovation in the gaming industry for decades. Since the early days of LucasArts, he has set the standard for storytelling in games, and with the founding of Double Fine, he has created a space that not only allows him to continue to create amazing games, but to inspire and inspire others to Support those who do the same. He really is a legend.