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Bertram Fiddle Episode 2

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Bertram Fiddle Episode 2 Review

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Official Game Description
The year is 1884 and World's Leading Victorian Explorator, Bertram Fiddle is still struggling to find a suitable adventure. Bowing to his wife's demands for a steady income he has been forced to take a job as a telegrammatical salesman in Dulsworth's Soap Factory. But Mr. Dulsworth isn't as squeaky clean as everyone thinks and soon Bertram finds himself embroiled in a mystery far bleaker than he could possibubbly imagine.

With over 60 scenes A Bleaker Predicklement is a mysterious point and click adventure game full of puzzles, dark secrets and terrible, terrible puns.
Explore the richly detailed world full of suspicious characters, solve mind-befuddling puzzles and track down Victorian London's most elusive serial killer - Geoff the Murderer!

Inspired by classic adventure games, Hammer Horror films, cartoon network shows, Sherlock Holmes and Lovecraft it is jam-packed with Victorian mystification.

Featuring
- Fully voice-acted characters
- Beautifully animated interactions
- Over 60 locations to explore
- An original soundtrack composed by Cam Reynolds inspired by 1970s B movies
- A massive monster
- A make your own meat friend mini-game
- Even more terrible puns!


The Evening Burble is calling it "The Greatest Adventure of 1884"

"Playing Bertram Fiddle is like a watching a lost, sinister animation, but in a good way. I enjoy stumbling along and soaking up the absurdities." Matt Elliot, PC Gamer

"plenty of riddles, tea-drinking and strangely-shaped noses," Samuel Horti - Rock Paper Shotgun

"I wish I made games as funny as this," Ron Giblets

"The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle: Episode 2 might just have the most amount of puns in a videogame EVER," Baden Ronie, Wolf's Gaming Blog

"It's not as good as Donkey Island," Guy Hardwood, aged 49



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