Double Fine Adventure shall from this moment forth be known as Broken Age, Double Fine has announced.

An official website for the game has popped up, which describes the game as a point-and-click adventure that tells the story of a young boy and girl leading parallel lives.

“The girl has been chosen by her village to be sacrificed to a terrible monster – but she decides to fight back," it reads.

“Meanwhile, a boy on a spaceship is living a solitary life under the care of a motherly computer, but he wants to break free to lead adventures and do good in the world. Adventures ensue.”

Broken Age began life last March as a Kickstarter project, and went on to raise US$3,336,371 (AU$3,195,026), kicking off a crowdfunding boom in the process.

It was the most-funded game until last October, when its total was surpassed by Obsidian's Project Eternity.

Broken Age is able to be pre-ordered now for Windows PC, Mac, and Linux, and all versions will be DRM-free.

For US$15 (AU$14.30) players get beta access and the game once it has been completed.

For US$30 (AU$28.60) players get beta and discussion board access, the game's soundtrack, all past and ongoing episodes of 2 Player Productions' documentary series following the development of the game, a wealth of development materials from the Double Fine team, and a copy of the completed game for Windows PC, Mac, & Linux.