Thimbleweed Park recently received a new side game called Delores: A Thimbleweed Park Mini-Adventure, which revolves around her return home.
Two physical editions of Thimbleweed Park are finally coming on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 thanks to Limited Run Gaming.
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.
The quirky murder mystery adventure Thimbleweed Park will be arriving for Nintendo Switch and iOS/Android mobile devices later this fall.
Thimbleweed Park will be coming to the Nintendo Switch in September, and will include full touchscreen support.
Developer Ron Gilbert teased that more platforms are on the horizon for the 2D adventure Thimbleweed Park, including a Nintendo Switch version.
You asked for it! Terrible Toybox's Thimbleweed Park just got updated to include dialogue between player-characters and a full-on hint system.
The point-and-click adventure homage Thimbleweed Park has been updated with new features, including Russian subtitles and a toggle for inside jokes.
The charming and quirky point-and-click title Thimbleweed Park has a new launch trailer out now to coincide with the game's release today.
A 2D point-and-click adventure with shades of Twin Peaks, DualShockers reviews Thimbleweed Park, from the creators of Maniac Mansion and Monkey Island.
The upcoming adventure game spiritual successor Thimbleweed Park is confirmed to begin its smalltown murder investigations on March 30th, 2017.
Thimbleweed Park Dev Talking to Nintendo About Switch Port; Coming to PS4 After Three Month Xbox One Exclusive Period
Developer Terrible Toybox's — which is notably led by Maniac Mansion creator Ron Gilbert and LucasFilm Games veteran Gary Winnick — highly anticipated point-and-click adventure game Thimbleweed Park is set to release sometime during the first quarter
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)