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Double Fine Happy Action Theater Previews - Xbox 360

Double Fine Happy Action Theater
Game Description: Double Fine's latest Kinect-powered effort includes 18, happy and action-packed mini-games.
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Double Fine Happy Action Theater Previews

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    Happy Action Theater Hands-On Preview

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    Happy Action Theater is Tim Schafer and Double Fine's upcoming array of madcap minigames for Xbox Kinect that among other things has you smashing buildings and playing in lava. He brought it by the X-Play studio for a test run with Adam Sessler.

    Posted: Feb 1, 2012 | 5,109 Views | 02:58


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  • Happy Action Theater Hands-On Preview

    Posted: February 1, 2012

    5,109 Views | 02:58

  • Double Fine Happy Action Theater "Movie Reenactments" Video

    Posted: January 26, 2012

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