Point and click indie adventure game Thimbleweed Park is on track to move more copies on Nintendo Switch than Steam.
Ron Gilbert, one of the people behind Thimbleweed Park, revealed on Steam forums that the game has been a massive success on Nintendo Switch and by next month, the Switch version would have sold more than the Steam version in terms of lifetime sales.
What makes this even more impressive is the disadvantage the Switch version had – it launched 6 months after Thimbleweed Park’s debut on Steam. Thimbleweed Park is another success story showing what indies can do if they have an attractive game and find the right audience on the Switch.
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