Thimbleweed Park now available on Windows 10 with Xbox Play Anywhere support
Thimbleweed Park has finally managed to make its way to Windows 10. After its launch on Xbox One back in March, this new version of the game also brings Play Anywhere support to the two previously mentioned platforms.
You have never been in a place like this before: a haunted hotel, an abandoned circus, a burnt-out pillow factory, a dead body decomposing under a bridge, toilets running on vacuum tubes, and much more. In it, five people who apparently have absolutely nothing in common are drawn to this adventure in a forgotten town. Even if they don’t yet know it, they’ll turn out to be deeply connected — all while being constantly watched. By the end of a long and strange night in Thimbleweed Park, you’ll begin questioning everything you thought you know until now.
A charismatic adventure
Thimbleweed Park is a point-and-click adventure game that started as a Kickstarter project back in 2014. After some years of development and waiting, it’s finally coming to Windows 10 with added Xbox Play Anywhere support. If you bought the game previously, you will have access to the Xbox Play Anywhere feature so you can download the game on your PC at no extra cost.
This is one of the most charismatic games you’ve ever seen, and the new graphic adventure from the creators of various classics including Maniac Mansion and Monkey Island brings some fresh air with it. The game is linked aesthetically with these legendary titles while innovating on the point and click system they popularized.
Thimbleweed Park is one of those games that will manage to captivate even the most veteran players out there. Get it now and enjoy its story full of mysteries!
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