It's not that I'm not interested, it's that there's literally no information on it yet. Is it Psychonauts 2? Is it Brutal Legend 2? Is it a completely new IP? Is it Monkey Island:Rhythm Game Edition?
We don't know.
All we know is that Double Fine is making an Adventure Game.
There's not a lot to talk about yet.
*edit* I mean, we could talk about the Point and Click Adventure genre, and how it killed itself via failing to remove Moon Logic
from the genre, and an overemphasis on single-use items rather than allowing for item classes to work.
Made up example - I need the Wooden Plank (found in the game to be of the height of the protagonist) to reach over a pit and shove the ball. I cannot use the bamboo pole (in-game height to be two feet more than the presumed 6 foot even Protagonist) because the bamboo pole is to be given to the Panda Bear. What should be done is that both the pole and the plank belong to the item classes of [long], [rigid] and [one-hand usable] or something, and allow the ball to be shoved by anything that is [long], [rigid] and [one-hand usable]. So yes, presumably this gentleman
could also assist. /crudehumorhahaOr this
real Was-Actually-In-A-Major-Adventure-Game-No-I'm-Not-Kidding, where you have to use cat hair to make a fake mustache, use maple syrup to attach it to your face, and use your cunning disguise to impersonate someone who is clean shaven. [Read the Page 3 Synopsis for the quick version]. That's a real fucking example out of the Adventure Game Genre.
Point and Click Adventure games didn't die. They threw themselves in the path of a bullet train.