It’s official: Thimbleweed Park will be available on PS4 this August. You can expect the modern day point-and-click on PS4 from 22 August, creators Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick proclaimed. Details of a release on Nintendo Switch weren’t given today, but

Thimbleweed Park will head to new consoles including the Nintendo Switch, developer Ron Gilbert has teased. The title, already available on Windows PC, Mac, Linux, Xbox One and iOS is confirmed on Switch thanks to a new video from Gilbert himself.

Thimbleweed Park’s latest update adds character inactions and a hint system, developer Ron Gilbert recently confirmed. The update will let you talk to main characters Rey, Reyes and Ransome. “Allowing the characters to talk to each other actually solved a

On this leap year episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor), Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games), and Nathan ‘NachosJustice’ Lawrence (Game Informer AU/AusGamers) talk about going to Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida to check out Star Wars Battlefront II.

Thimbleweed Park is like a damn fine cup of coffee. Started as a Kickstarter project looking to recreate the magic of LucasArts’ classic adventure titles, and heavily influenced by the likes of The X-Files and Twin Peaks (great timing, by

Gamescom was the perfect time to highlight a ton of indie games heading to Xbox One soon. Among the cream of the crop are We Happy Few, Ark: Survival Evolved, Worms WMD and Thimbleweed Park. All games are heading to Xbox One within the