Thimbleweed Park recently received a new side game called Delores: A Thimbleweed Park Mini-Adventure, which revolves around her return home.
Thimbleweed Park Sold Best on PC and Switch; Ron Gilbert “Can’t Imagine” Not Bringing His Next Project to Switch
According to developer Ron Gilbert, Thimbleweed Park sold best on PC and Nintendo Switch, and it is likely that we will see his next project release on Switch.
Today, developer Terrible Toybox — which is notably led by Maniac Mansion creator Ron Gilbert and LucasFilm Games veteran Gary Winnick — released a new trailer for its highly anticipated (at least by fans of the genre)
Created by the legendary developer Ron Gilbert of Maniac Mansion and The Secret of Monkey Island, the upcoming point-and-click adventure game Thimbleweed Park is aiming to bring back the classic aesthetic of 90s point-and-click games with modern
Today on Twitter, the creator and designer of Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion, Ron Gilbert sent current IP holder Disney a plea concerning the franchises:
Defined by classics such as Maniac Mansion, Grim Fandango, Day of the Tentacle, and more (many of which recently remastered and re-released), the point-and-click adventure genre has seen a bit of a resurgence in the eye of
Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick are back together again and working on a brand new point and click adventure game to bring to nostalgic LucasArts adventure game fans everywhere. The duo is best known for their work
It's almost time to enter The Cave but before you do, here's an introduction to the weird and wonderful personalities that will be joining you on your journey.
A new trailer for Double Fine's The Cave has surfaced and introduces us to its diverse group of quirky characters, all with their own personal agendas.
PAX is underway and Ron Gilbert has taken the time to share some fresh images from Double Fine's new game, The Cave. Gilbert shared the images on his website and assured fans that more screenshots would be
One of the most interesting aspects behind Kickstarter and the games funded through it is the human factor. The men and women behind those projects that often come back from relative obscurity, or at the very least
It's been awhile since we've heard anything from Double Fine regarding the Ron Gilbert project that's in production and though today we don't really know anything more about the game than we did yesterday we do at
When two big names like Ron Gilbert and Tim Schaefer team up to make a game, people pay attention. The only problem comes when that team decides to be as secretive as either of them usually are
DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue, the sequel to DeathSpank, is hitting hard on PSN and XBLA September 21st and 22nd respectively and will bring a new chapter to the franchise originally envisioned by the man behind Maniac Mansion,