Limited edition physical copies of Thimbleweed Park coming to PS4 and Switch

On the anniversary its release, Terrible Toybox has announced a special limited edition of physical copies of Thimbleweed Park. Terrible Toybox and Limited Run Games have teamed up to provide the very limited quality of physical copies of Thimbleweed Park.

The physical releases will be coming to PS4 and Switch on March 30 and pre-orders are now open.

Physical Copies of Thimbleweed Park

Both the PS4 and Switch versions include the $34.99 for a standard version and a $64.99 collector’s edition that comes with exclusive “feelies.”

The special physical copies of Thimbleweed Park will be region-free and only produced in extremely limited qualities. 

In Thimbleweed Park, players will be taken back in time to the magical 1980’s;

October 15, 1987. A dead body is rotting under the bridge, but the 81 (sorry, make that 80) inhabitants of the once proud town of Thimbleweed Park have bigger concerns.

The town’s founder recently died under mysterious circumstances. The hotel appears to be haunted. A giant slice of pizza roams the streets.

And something sinister is going on behind the locked gate of the burned-out pillow factory at the edge of town — something that could consume us all.

Thimbleweed Park was first released on March 30, 2017.

The special physical versions will be released on March 30, 2018.

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