The GCDC has announced that Tim Schafer will be giving a keynote speech on the subject of creativity and games at this year's event.
"Tim Schafer is an exceptional figure within the development community and his keynote speech at this year's GCDC will provide exciting insight into the creative game development process," said GCDC conference director Frank Sliwka.
Schafer played a significant role in the development of Day of the Tentacle, Grim Fandango, Full Throttle and Monkey Island 1 and 2 for LucasArts. In 2000, he founded development studio Double Fine Productions which was responsible for the critically-acclaimed Psychonauts.
His GCDC appearance will be the first time that Schafer has spoken in Europe. The conference takes place in Leipzig from August 20 through August 22.