PlayStation 4 Owners Can Now Maybe Solve A Murder In Thimbleweed Park

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.

Matt Chelen

Matt has been playing games for as long as he can remember. He got into games journalism during college.

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