Soon to be released by Rumpus Animation, The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle is the (hopeful) sequel in the Bertram Fiddle franchise, which is a comedic point-and-click adventure game. The developers say it is “inspired by point-and-click games such as Monkey Island and following in the comedy footsteps of Day of the Tentacle”.
Telltale has made some announcements on their Twitter regarding some of their current games in a sort of impromptu Q&A session on Twitter. Let’s begin with the endings. Telltale announced that the finale for both Tales from the Borderlands will likely arrive next month, and the finale for their Game of Thrones franchise will follow shortly thereafter.
Released today on both Google Play and the Amazon Appstore, 9 Clues 2: The Ward is a mystery game where players assume the role of a young detective in the 1950s who has received a distressing phone call asking for help, from a secluded island that contains a mental hospital.
While fans of Pixelbite seem to either love their newest game Xenowerk, or thing the company could have done better with it, one thing is for certain, Pixelbite fans love their Space Marshals game. So fans should be happy as Pixelbte has not only started showing off the next and final chapter for Space Marshals, they have hinted that a sequel may happen, since they said they want to make one.
Yesterday is a point and click adventure (with a little hidden object thrown in) that was released originally in 2012. The story centered around the murder of homeless people, and the protagonist John Yesterday (whose role is one of a couple that players assume) is hired to investigate them. Publisher Miroids and developer Pendulo Studio are announcing a sequel called Yesterday Origins.
The sequel to the popular Gunman Clive game lands on the Nintendo 3DS this week and while that is all great and dandy for those of you who own a 3DS, it isn’t that great for everyone else in the mobile gaming world who enjoyed the first game. However it looks like there is a silver lining to the cloud that is Gunman Clive 2 as the developer Bertil Hoerberg has mentioned that he has plans to port the sequel to other platforms although this isn’t 100% confirmed yet. In other words he wants to, he plans on it, but things could change.
Square Enix has recently been pushing their weight behind mobile gaming on both iOS and Android, more so on iOS until recently when Android started getting Final Fantasy titles and other games announced to be coming on the way. Now it looks like their The World Ends With You RPG is getting a sequel and clues are pointing to a mobile connection as well.
For those of you that played the mysterious and creepy puzzle game The Room, you have some good news today as the sequel, aptly named The Room 2, has crept its way onto Google Play today. This game is dark, creepy and very challenging at times.
While we have had a couple of spin-offs from the main Cut The Rope game that technically could be considered a sequel due to the very different themes each one has, there hasn’t officially been a Cut The Rope 2 as of yet. That, however, is about to change this holiday season as Zeptolabs confirms that a sequel is on the way.
Back in July Rovio announced that they would be bringing a sequel to their Angry Birds Star Wars game to mobile. This new game, which will more than likely be the biggest Angry Birds games so far, will have 30 different characters involved and an entire line of toys the moment the game is released. The toys will be along the lines of the Skylander series which will use Hasbro’s Telepod technology and there will be one for each character in the game.