Released earlier this year, the Kickstarter-backed Thimbleweed Park provided adventure game fans with the ultimate throwback to the classic LucasFilm games of yore, with the game getting newly-added features and mobile versions in the near future.
The development team behind Thimbleweed Park have announced a few new features added to the modern point-and-click game since its debut. This includes an update with newly-added Russian subtitles, and a new “annoying in-jokes” toggle has been provided through the game’s menu to make sure players can enjoy the game “without a bunch of geeky adventure game references getting in the way.”
The team also provided the news that mobile versions of the game on iOS and Android are also “on the horizon,” and while no set release date has been provided for them just yet, hopefully there won’t be too much longer of a wait until the game can be brought on the go.
Thimbleweed Park is available now on Xbox One, PC, Mac, and Linux, with iOS and Android versions of the game arriving later this year.
(UPDATE: The article previously stated that Xbox Play Anywhere support was provided in a recent update to the game for Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs. This feature, however, has been available as of earlier this month, with the article now corrected to reflect that information: our apologies for the error.)