Not working on Monterey :(
A downloadable game for Windows and macOS
Pinstripe is an emotionally charged adventure through Hell created entirely by a one-man team over the course of five years. Play as Teddy, an estranged ex-minister forced to venture through the frozen afterlife in search of his three-year-old daughter Bo, and her perverse kidnapper. Discover the dark secrets of Teddy's past, and confront his sleazy, demonic nemesis, Mr. Pinstripe.
Thomas Brush, creator of award winning indie games Coma and Skinny, reveals a gorgeous art style, breathtaking score, and chilling story with influences from The Nightmare Before Christmas, Coraline, and Alice in Wonderland.
- Explore six hauntingly beautiful levels of Hell.
- Listen to an immersive and unique soundtrack written by the game's creator.
- Use your slingshot to fight your way through bizarre beasts and interesting puzzles.
- Hang out with your family pet George and sniff out clues.
- Discover the mystery behind Teddy and Bo's death.
- Features a hilarious cast of professional voice actors and celebrity cameo performances!
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $15 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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Doesn't run on Catalina.
Doesn't run on Catalina ?
Awesome Thomas :D
hauntingly beautiful and hell are the strangest oxymoron's I've heard in awhile
Doesn't start for me in Mac Catalina :/
That is really so beautiful game!
I love the artstyle and mood
Great work, Thomas!
Just so unbelievable pretty
Are there any plans to bring the Linux version to Itch.io ?
Fwiw, if you download the Itch client and buy the Windows version of this game, you can run it via Wine. The Itch client supports Wine and will run Windows games automatically via Wine if you have a Windows game installed.
This game works great with Wine, albeit with two issues: 1. The mouse can move outside of the game window onto other monitors, and 2. If you Alt+Tab and then get back into the game, you can no longer control your character and have to restart the game. It autosaves very well so for the 2-3 times I had to restart no progress was lost.
I would just buy it on Steam if I hadn't gotten a free copy of the game for Itch.
If one wanted a DRM free Linux version bad enough buying from GOG would be a better option than buying a Windows version on Itch. No wine needed with that option.
That's true. I was simply giving out the information that this game can work on Itch for Linux, and it's fairly easy because the Itch app will run Wine for you. Not saying that it's the best way or anything. Again, if I hadn't gotten it for free I would've just bought it via Steam. GOG is also a good choice.