is an adventure that sends you back to the halcyon days of 1987.Mainly because that’s when it’s set, in the titular Thimbleweed Park, and there’s been a murder.And just when you get your bearings, the game will helpfully fire you halfway across the level in a cannon, or shoot vines into the air, creating mid-air loops.
Some titles are expensive and nothing more than just poor ports of a console game.
Others are only a meagre amount but are genuinely more entertaining and enthralling than anything found on a console a few years ago.
feels a bit like Super Mario Galaxy rendered in 2D, starring a ravenous larva.
Each level comprises a number of floating structures, which you can leap between.
Some work better with headphones, others don't - and we thoroughly recommend playing through a few regularly to find the games that work the best for you.