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Eerily beautiful iOS point-and-click adventure Pinstripe is nearing completion

By , on June 2, 2014
Last modified 4 years, 4 months ago

Posthumous point-and-click platforming adventure Pinstripe is nearly ready to hit iPhone and iPad.

Pinstripe's gameplay mixes side-scrolling platforming with classic adventure game puzzles. Taking control of a dead man in search of his wife in the afterlife, you must solve all manner of problems to progress, with only a shotgun and a little grey dog to help.

The good news is that according to developer Thomas Brush, "after almost 3 years, Pinstripe is almost playable in its entirety." 

The game is brought to life by Brush's stunning, eerie art, and is populated by a colourful cast of characters, each with their own tales to tale.

After nearly three years in development we are excited to see that Pinstripe is nearing the end of its journey to the App Store. We will be sure to bring you more news as and when it appears.