Timbleweed Park

https://cloudrunnerstudios.com/wp-content/uploads/word-image-705.jpeg Thimbleweed Park is a graphic adventure game by Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnik. He has received almost perfect reviews from Steam, Gog.com and Microsoft critics, who say he faithfully recreates the classic point and click adventures of yesteryear.

In the fox algae park you can play in random or hard mode. We recommend playing in hard mode if you want to try all the puzzles, as some remain in nonchalant mode. The passage assumes that you’re playing in hard mode.

Part 1 and Part 2 – Assembly and authority

Part 3 – Arrest

Parts 4 and 5 – Testament and lecture

Part 6 – Plants

Part 7 – Madness

Part 8 – Escape

Part 9 – Deletion

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Fingerhut Park launched the campaign in November 2014 It raised about $600,000 from more than 15,000 people, achieving the main goal and a number of stretch goals, such as full English voice.

The inspiration for the game design comes from classics such as Maniac Mansion by LucasArts. The developers said they liked the charm, simplicity and innocence of the original point and click adventure games and wanted to reproduce them in a modern form.

Judging by the designers’ feedback they were a great success and in March 2017 Fingerhut-Park was the best rated computer game. The game was developed and released by the independent developer Terrible Toybox.

 

 

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