Thimbleweed Park, a hilarious old-school point-n-click adventure from the designers behind Maniac Mansion, is out on the Switch eShop today. Check out our review of the game here.
The very good adventure game Thimbleweed Park is coming to Nintendo Switch, AKA the perfect place for it.
Thimbleweed Park, a great new adventure game by some of the key talent behind Maniac Mansion and Monkey Island, sets up several mysteries that are never quite resolved. Does that matter? Director Ron Gilbert argues not.
Today on Kotaku Splitscreen, we’re joined by Monkey Island designer Ron Gilbert to talk about his newest adventure game, Thimbleweed Park. We’re also talking Zelda, Destiny, and much more.
Early in Thimbleweed Park, a new graphical adventure game, a pair of pigeon-suited plumbers tell you not to worry about dying, because there’s no way to lose in this game. “But playing classic adventure games has taught me to save often,” your hero replies.
Thimbleweed Park will be out March 30 for Xbox One, PC, Mac, and Linux. The developers say other platforms will follow later.
Did you grow up with games like Monkey Island? Does the name Fred Edison conjure fond memories? Do you often wonder whether Zak McKracken was underrated or just not very good? Thimbleweed Park is probably the video game for you.
Here’s a new trailer for the upcoming adventure game Thimbleweed Park, which continues to look incredible. Should be out later this year.
We tell a lot of stories about Kickstarters that go horribly wrong. For a change of pace, here’s one that’s doing just about everything right.
Here, via veteran game designer Ron Gilbert, is a detailed look at the budget for the upcoming point-n-click adventure Thimbleweed Park.
Look behind you, a three-headed monkey! No, wait, that’s just Ron Gilbert, here to answer your questions on Kotaku today.
Oh my goodness. OH MY GOODNESS. Ron Gilbert, best known as the creator of Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion, just launched a Kickstarter for a brand new old-school point-and-click adventure game that looks just about incredible.