Thimbleweed Park, Terrible Toybox’s acclaimed adventure game inspired by, among others, The X-Files and Twin Peaks, has officially launched on PlayStation 4. Owners of Sony’s popular current-gen console can now download the game and begin maybe solving all of the titular town’s problems, including but not limited to a body that was found under a bridge, a seemingly haunted hotel, a giant slice of pizza that’s terrorizing the streets, and “something sinister” that is happening at “the abandoned PillowTronics™ factory.”
To solve each of these issues, players will take on the role of “two federal agents, a washed-up insult clown, an aspiring game developer, and the ghost of a pillow salesman.” They are all connected to one another and can be switched between over the course of the game.
Thimbleweed Park is now available on the PlayStation Store for $19.99. A Nintendo Switch version of the game is set to be released next month, with Android and iOS versions to follow sometime after.