Some bugs - remember to save two backups There are some bugs, such as not being able to move, incorrectly placed graphics, and wrong movement paths - not sure if these are in the original or are emulator issues. That said, it is an interesting story (a bit dark, a bit sci-fi, a bit surreal) with generally good voicing. The puzzles are mostly logical and supported by clues. The controls work well on a touch-screen.
A few major glitches (loaded my save to find my character invisible and unable to do anything so had to restart multiple times) but overall amazing game and storyline. I would recommend having a new save file every time you start a new character to have multiple backups
Cannot play on Nvidia Shield K1 While the game itself is fine, the app seems to refuse to go beyond the "Preparing Game Files" when starting a new game. Reinstalling the game as well as a hardware factory reset doesn't fix this issue.
SO Disappointed The game, for the 10 minutes I got to play it, was amazing. Now, the logo for the app has turned into a greyscale Droid and crashes immediately.
As much as I was drawn in by the narrative elements of the game, the design of the puzzles is just sloppy. For example, opening a door may require you to use either the "go to ," "use," or "push" commands depending on the situation. Clicking on the wrong item , even by accident, can cause you to fail and force you to restart the level from the beginning - which means "discovering"all of the clues a second time. What makes this even more infuriating is that certain actions don't become available until other completely unrelated tasks are fulfilled. This leads to a tedious process of circling around all of the available areas, trying to remember which item you forgot to look at. Sometimes, the solution to a puzzle is simply to repeat an action, but trying to figure out when this is the case means reviewing a much Greater number of actions in vain. While I want to applaud with this game set out to do, you would do just as well watching a play throughon YouTube.
Great game, there's many alternative endings. Took me a week to finish with an hour or so playing time each time i played
Fix issue with subtitles synchronisation.
The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle is a hilarious tongue-in-cheek adventure game.
An adventure from Monkey Island creator Ron Gilbert and Double Fine Productions.