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Hands-on with The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle, the very British murder-mystery sleuth-'em-up

By , on October 2, 2014
Last modified 4 years, 2 months ago

Though we saw many games at EGX 2014 last week, The Adventures of Betram Fiddle was the one which made us smile the most.

This is partly due to the game's quirky cartoon art style and cute Victorian setting, but mostly because this point-and-click adventure tells its tale of a very British explorator investigating murders in London with its tongue firmly in its cheek.

Pocket Gamer's Mark Brown introduces us to the basics of Bertram Fiddle in the video above.