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Thimbleweed Park on Xbox One review: A creepy, noir point-and-click adventure
A body pixelating under the bridge, a decaying town, and five strangers who are linked somehow. Welcome to Thimbleweed Park. Point-and-click adventure games are how many gamers cut their teeth on video games. So it was supremely exciting when a Kickstarter for a new point-and-click adventure game emerged. Thimbleweed Park sets you down in a decaying town where weird things seem to be par for the course, including a pillow factory that burned down and a pixelating body that nobody seems to care much about. Note This title is expected to be released on Xbox One and PC on March 30, 2017. See at Microsoft Store
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