Thimbleweed Park Coming to Switch in September

“Click article to read about the nostalgic point-and-click adventure game”.

By Jon Stevens. Posted 08/09/2017 13:45 Comment on this     ShareThis

Terrible Toybox, the developer behind Thimbleweed Park, has announced that the Kickstarter funded point-and-click adventure game will arrive on Switch some time next month.

Thimbleweed Park is inspired by the LucasArts games of the 1990s and its developers, Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick, were both involved in Maniac Mansion and The Secret Of Monkey Island. In fact, Thimbleweed Park serves as a spiritual successor to these games.

It’s plot centers around a number of persons of interest in the town of Thimbleweed park after two FBI agents are called in to investigate a murder that took place there. To say anymore would spoil the game but, suffice to say, it features a strong cast of characters and an enjoyably self-referential story.

It was released earlier this year on all other major platforms, and it received a positive response from critics and fans alike.

The Switch version, meanwhile, will support both Joy-Con controllers and touchscreen controls, enabling it to be played in tabletop, handheld and TV modes.

You’ll be able to get your fill of late 90s adventure nostalgia when Thimbleweed Park is released on Switch’s eShop in September.

Source: Nintendo Everything

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