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IGN (Mar 30, 2017)
You certainly get your $20’s worth out of Thimbleweed Park. The voice cast doesn’t elevate the script in the way they always did in the LucasArts “talky” days, but an enjoyable, self-referential story and hundreds of puzzles to solve make it worthy of a place on your shelf next to Maniac Mansion and Monkey Island.
Polygon (Mar 30, 2017)
The experience of Thimbleweed Park is so drenched in nostalgia that it made me question whether I was enjoying the game for what it actually was, or if I was just enjoying the comfort of having an old itch scratched. In the end, though, I don't think it really matters. While Thimbleweed Park might be alienating to a newcomer to adventure games, that's by design. It's a game that exists somewhere between 1987 and 2017, and for someone with a love of the genre, it feels like coming home. And then finding the loose brick to push on to reveal the key to use on the front door to get into that home.