Pinstripe Launches for PC, Mac, and Linux on April 25, 2017
Five years and a Kickstarter later, 2D action adventure game Pinstripe is finally poised to launch for PC, Mac, and Linux on April 25, 2017, lone-wolf developer Thomas Brush (the creator of games like Skinny and Coma) has announced.
You may have first heard of Pinetripe a year ago when it launched on Kickstarter (though it had been in development long before this). The game from one-man developer Thomas Brush was looking for $28,000 USD: it ended up with $106,729 and 3,780 backers. Thanks to the Kickstarter, Brush was enabled to considerably expand that game with the addition of voice acting, a bonus level set in Heaven, and an “adventure+” mode.
What’s perhaps most impressive about Pinstripe, beyond the mere content of the game itself, is that it was all — bar the voice acting — created by Brush alone.
Here’s a brief overview of the game:
Pinstripe is an emotionally charged adventure about Hell created entirely by a one-man team over the course of five years. Play as Teddy, an estranged ex-minister forced to venture through the frozen afterlife in search of Bo, his three year old daughter, and her perverse kidnapper. Discover the dark secrets of Teddy’s past, and confront his sleazy, demonic nemesis, Mr. Pinstripe.
Explore 6 hauntingly beautiful levels of Hell.
Listen to an immersive and unique soundtrack written by the game’s creator.
Use your blunderbuss to fight your way through bizarre beasts and interesting puzzles.
Hang out with your family pet George and sniff out clues.
Discover the mystery behind Teddy and Bo’s death.
Features a hilarious cast of voice actors and cameo performances from YouTube legends Pewdiepie, Dan Avidan, and Nathan Sharp.
Pinstripe will cost $14.99 USD when it launches. Below, you can check out the newly released release trailer: