After a massive Kickstarter that earned more than 3 million dollars, the hype was through the roof for Tim Schafer's latst game.
Pitched as a return to the good old adventure games formula, it tried to summon the spirit of classics like Day of the Tentacle or Grim Fandango.
While Broken Age wasn't as good as those games, it was still an enjoyable adventure even if its second part lacked polish and substance.
If you wanted to play it on the big screen, you'll be pleased to know that Broken Age was just updated with Apple TV support.
This means that if you bought the game before, you get the Apple TV version for free.
It's on sale right now for £3.99.