Bertram Fiddle: Episode 1: A Dreadly Business
By Rumpus Animation
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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 serial killer known only as Geoff the Murderer before he strikes again.
"It is quite possibly one of the finest point-and-click comedy murder mystery adventure games set in Victorian London you will play today" - Bertram Fiddle
Winner of the Best Narrative Award 2015 - Tokyo Indie Game Show
- Intrigue, murder, mystery and terrible PUNS!
- 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
"…influenced by the classic point-and-click-and-laugh games of the Monkey Island era … a cast of quirky characters and plenty of belly-laughs around its murder-mystery plot.” – Guardian
"...if quality voice acting, top class animation, Victorian pun-age and innuendo is up your back alley, then Bertram Fiddle should be right on your list to check out."
Compatible with: All devices from iPad 2 and iPhone 4 upwards. Recommended iOS 8 +
What's New in Version 1.2
Localised subtitles in German, Russian, Spanish and Japanese languages.
Please make a part 2!!!!!
Great game loved it!!
I looked the artwork, story and humor. The puzzles were good too. This is the rare adventure game that keeps me playing to the finish.
Others complained this episode is too short, but I think the length was fine. I hope episode 2 gets produced.
Reminds me of the fantastic Hector Badge of Carnage Series
It' not as funny, as raunchy, or as tough as Hector (oh how I wish that series would come back), but this is still a very fun and entertaining romp. It is a bit short but still enjoyable
The bumbling Fiddle and his quirky companions make this worth the price. Very much looking forward to episode 2.