During the Kickstarter I was thrown between just getting the download game only or actually paying a lot for the boxed version. I wrote @RonGilbert that I was unemployed and probably couldn’t afford it, but then he was so kind and he wrote back that the box will be cool, filled with fun stuff, but eating and rent is also important.
So he convinced me to spend $150.
Also I loved to meet him here in Berlin (very close to my apartment) on his promotional tour just a few month before the game came out, I shook his hand, asked him about the box and let him sign my TSoMI box.
These are my favorite memories.
I also have one from the initial day the game came out, I didn’t have internet in my dormitory (yes, I found a job) and one of my co-students was so kind and letting me download Thimbleweed Park on her mobile phone internet flat rate. So that I could play from day one!
Yes, happy times. I only have good memories and I’m looking forward to buying Thimbleweed Park for the fourth time, this time on my Switch.