Pinkerton Road Studio

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Pinkerton Road Studio
IndustryVideo Game
HeadquartersMount Joy, Pennsylvania, United States

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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