If you’ve played Bertram Fiddle: Episode 1: A Dreadly Business and were waiting for Episode 2, there’s good news! The developers at Rumpus Animation have been hard at work to bring us the conclusion of the story. But they need our help!
Based on this video below, you can see that the plans for Episode 2 are on a much bigger scale than Episode 1. I wish I could play it right now! They have plans for more characters, bigger adventures, and trickier puzzles. The title will be “A Bleaker Predicklement.”
What I’m really happy to see is that they included iOS and Android versions of the game as backing rewards alongside PC and Mac. I know it’s not easy to pull off, which is why so many developers don’t go that route. But this is great news for those who want to help the game get made without having to buy something they didn’t want in the first place. And it looks like it costs about the same as if you would buy it upon release.
For those fans who want more than just the game, there are some fantastic rewards like a Gavin sculpture, a Hypno Cat t-shirt, signed original ink drawings and more!
If you want to see this game made (and come on, who doesn’t?!), back the Kickstarter here. I’ve already done so!
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