The lights are on
I would like to see a Calvin and Hobbes game done via the old Sierra/Lucasarts adventure gaming style. Puzzles, bizzare situations, comic mischief, and oddly thought-proving dialogue between a 6 year-old and a stuffed tiger sounds ripe for adaptation.
Not that Bill Watterson would ever consent to such a thing.
No, and yes. Calvin and Hobbes couldn't be done justice in another form, and Bill Watterson is so off-the-map that nobody would even be able to find him to ask.