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The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle is a hilarious tongue-in-cheek point and click adventure game that mixes the classic formula up with riveting action elements, all weaved together lovingly by Rumpus Animation.
In a quirky take on a Victorian London inhabited by strange characters, with even stranger noses, self-proclaimed leading explorator, Bertram Fiddle, finds himself in a bit of pickle. Help him follow the clues and track down the elusive criminal known only as Geoff the Murderer before he strikes again.
- Beautifully animated interactions
- Over 30 locations to explore
- An original soundtrack composed by Cam Reynolds inspired by 1970s B movies
- Unique voice acting
- Riveting action sequences
- HD art

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4.0

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Chorus Worldwide Games

Release

2 Apr 2015 ⏰

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drudy

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14d ago

An episode adventure that will eventually take place in Victorian England. You are Bertram Fiddle, adventurer in his own right. On the side of a Gavin, Cyclops of Peru. Bertram has to prove success until the evening because he has no prospect of an expedition at the moment, but his wife would like to continue her exclusive lifestyle. By chance he learns of a wanted murderer. He decides to catch Geoff the killer. The same idea has Sherlock Holmes, so a competition is started. The game has only German subtitles, which is good for the English voice output. Of course, the many British can literally not be translated. They are just partly too slanted for that. Reminds me a little bit of the series Blackadder with Rowan Atkinson, because of the puns and jokes. The puzzles are not really difficult, many objects can be found in the screen or the adjacent ones. The graphics are fine, no fireworks, but it's enough. An entertaining game, unfortunately very short due to the episode available so far

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