Pinkerton Road Studio

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Pinkerton Road Studio
IndustryVideo Game
Founded2012-04-05[1]
Founder
HeadquartersMount Joy, Pennsylvania, United States
Products
Websitewww.pinkertonroad.com

Pinkerton Road Studio is an American video game developer based in Mount Joy, Pennsylvania. The company was responsible for creating Moebius: Empire Rising and the remake of Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers. Jane Jensen and Robert Holmes established Pinkerton Road Studio in 2012 to focus on graphic adventure games.[2]

On 2012-04-10, Jane Jensen solicited a Kickstarter campaign to fund development of 3 games, including 'Gray Matter 2', 'Anglophile Adventure', 'Moebius'.[3][4] The campaign attracted 5,836 backers, raising a total of $435,316 in funding - $135,316 over the initial goal of $300,000.[5]

On October 8, 2013, Jensen revealed that Mystery Game X was Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition, a remake of the original 1993 Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers. The remake included improved graphics, remastered music, and new puzzle and gameplay. The remake was released in October 15, 2014 for PC, Mac, Android and iOS.[6]

On 2016-04-29, Pinkerton Road announced it forums would closed in 2016-05-06, following lack of sales for Moebius: Empire Rising and GK 20th Anniversary edition.[7][8][9]

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