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Apr 25th, 2017

Now Available: Pinstripe

There's Hell to pay in Thomas Brush's latest indie masterwork adventure, now available on PC, Mac, and Linux, where every aspect was made by one man over five years.

It’s been a long road. For more than five years, under his studio Atmos Games, Thomas Brush has meticulously crafted one game, doing everything from the soundtrack and art to the writing and programming by himself. That game is Pinstripe, and it’s finally available today. Pinstripe retails for $14.99 with a 10% launch week discount, and is available in seven languages.

Play the Pinstripe demo online

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Pinstripe on Twitch will be available soon!

The game follows Ted, a disgraced ex-minister, as he races to rescue his daughter Bo. To do so, he’ll have to journey into a bizarre but beautiful vision of Hell, following the heels of the twisted Mr. Pinstripe. Blending humour with horror and elements of fantasy, Pinstripe is a tightly paced adventure designed to craft an emotional narrative that stays with players after the credits roll. Solve puzzles, meet strange characters, and explore the afterlife with the help of your intrepid pooch, George.

Experience the game calls, “a harrowing trip through Hell you have to play,” and awarded a perfect 5/5.

Pinstripe was a smash-hit Kickstarter success, blowing past its initial goal in just one day, and we’re thrilled to have been a part of Thomas’s journey as he’s crafted this game. Visit our Pinstripe page to learn more, and visit the official Pinstripe website.

Are you a streamer or member of the press? Want to talk about Pinstripe? Visit this page to request a copy.


Pinstripe is an emotionally charged adventure about Hell created solely by a one-man team over the course of five years.

About the Author

Dora Breckinridge

After nearly a decade as an indie gaming journalist, Dora brings her passion for games and the people who make them to Armor Games Studios as one of our producers.