If you’ve been patiently waiting for the excellent adventure game Thimbleweed Park ($9.99) to hit your Android devices, you’ll have to be a bit more patient because the game’s release has been pushed back by a week. The game was originally going to be released October 3rd, but now it won’t be available until October 10th. Not that big of a delay, but a delay nonetheless. The good news though, according to a developer blog post today, is that the Android build will support controllers, mouse and keyboard, and a wide range of hardware. Android devices come in a multitude of sizes and shapes, which makes development trickier and was the reason for the delay.
If you’ve been on the fence about grabbing this adventure game when it comes out October 10th, you should read our review of the game; I think it will quickly convince you to get what is a great adventure game. While not perfect (and what game is), Thimbleweed Park delivers a fun story and a modern take on the classic LucasArts formula of the 90s. And you’ll be able to play it with a mouse and keyboard for that extra kick of nostalgia.