Thimbleweed Park Summary
How's a clown supposed to make a decent living after having his fame and fortune stripped from him by a crazy old woman? It's a hard life in Thimbleweed Park.
Ron Gilbert is making a new adventure game. Ron Gilbert is making a new adventure game! If that doesn’t get you excited then maybe this shiny new trailer will.
Lucasarts veteranworried aloud about the budget for his retro point and click adventure Thimbleweed Park on a podcast last week, which unsurprisingly worried backers and fans of the project in turn.
Gilbert took toto clarify things yesterday, reassuring fans that it's normal for a developer to worry about the project they are working on, and going into detail on how the game's $500,000 budget is to be allocated.
Former Lucasarts developers Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick's retro adventure game Thimbleweed Park has been successfully Kickstarted only one week after the campaign began.
People sure do loveadventure games. The game's raised $400,000, easily nipping past its $375,000 goal with 22 days still to go.
Two member of the team behind classic Lucasfilm Games title Maniac Mansion, namely Ron Gilbert and artist Gary Winnick, have reunited to set up a Kickstarter campaign for a brand new adventure with a retro design philosophy that recalls the golden age of adventure games.
Thimbleweed Park will, according to the developers, be like "opening a dusty old desk drawer and finding an undiscoveredgame you’ve never played before."