Thimbleweed Park is a graphical adventure game by Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick. It’s received near perfect scores from reviewers on Steam, and Microsoft who say it faithfully recreates the classic point-and-click adventure games of days gone by.

Thimbleweed Park can be played in either Casual or Hard mode. It’s recommended that you play in Hard mode if you want to experience all of the puzzles as some of them will be left out in casual mode. The walkthrough will assume you are playing in hard mode.

Thimbleweed Park Walkthrough

Part 1 & Part 2 – The Meeting & The Body

Part 3 – The Arrest

Part 4 & Part 5 – The Will & The Reading

Part 6 – The Factory

Part 7 – Madness

Part 8 – The Escape

Part 9 – The Deleting


Thimbleweed Park began as a Kickstarter campaign back in November of 2014. It raised around $600,000 from over 15,000 people, reaching their main goal and also a number of stretch goals such as full English voice acting.

Inspiration for the design of the game came from such classics as Maniac Mansion from LucasArts. The developers said that they liked the “charm, simplicity and innocence” of the original point-and-click adventure games and wanted to replicate that in a modern form.

Judging by the reviews the designers have been wildly successful and Thimbleweed Park was the highest rated PC game in March 2017. The game was developed and published by independent developer Terrible Toybox.