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  • Summary: Overcome creatures of the deep and unravel the islands secrets in search for a way back home.

    An unnatural storm leaves an adventurous aviator stranded for decades within the infamous Bermuda. Overcome creatures of the deep and unravel the islands secrets in search for a way back home.
    Overcome creatures of the deep and unravel the islands secrets in search for a way back home.

    An unnatural storm leaves an adventurous aviator stranded for decades within the infamous Bermuda. Overcome creatures of the deep and unravel the islands secrets in search for a way back home.

    Down in Bermuda is a quirky adventure filled with puzzles to solve and mysteries to uncover. Our adventurous aviator Milton finds himself trapped in a time bubble deep inside the Bermuda and needs your help to escape.

    Crack codes, solve puzzles, collect magic orbs and escape each of the six unique islands, each one leading to the next on a quest for a way back home.

    From the studio who brought you the suave secret agent adventure Agent A: A puzzle in disguise.
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  1. Feb 22, 2021
    80
    Working your way across the islands will only take a few hours, depending on how you go with the puzzle and orb hunting. Down in Bermuda offers a relaxing time to just potter around Bermuda and find your way back home to the life you left behind. Being an Apple Arcade game first and Switch game second, it does make it a harder sell if you have access to Apple Arcade. Down in Bermuda is worth checking out if you enjoy interactive puzzles and a charming cel-shaded island item hunts.
  2. Jan 14, 2021
    70
    Down in Bermuda is a fun little puzzle-adventure. That said, I beat it in just over three (leisurely) hours. The $19.99 launch price is hard to justify, especially for a game whose mobile origins shine through in both looks and feel. So wishlist this one for a future sale.
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  1. Feb 1, 2021
    5
    First things first - If you are planning to buy the game, do it on the PC. The control scheme was clearly made for mouse and keyboard,First things first - If you are planning to buy the game, do it on the PC. The control scheme was clearly made for mouse and keyboard, requires a lot of cursor movements and was forcefully ported to console. The gameplay consists of many moments of "find the right thing to click on", you'll spend frustrating seconds trying to align the cursor to different small objects on the screen. On PC, this is fine, on console I'd reccommend the developers to add cursor snapping to important objects, as clicking on the ground 3mm away from the shiny orb when it's obvious I want to click on it makes the controls frustrating for no reason.

    Otherwise, the gameplay is relaxing, but for me it felt way too much of that. The puzzles were too simple (mainly just "find the correct lever") while not being complicated enough to provide a challenge, especially compared to a very similar "The Room". If you're looking for a not-too-complex game, maybe for someone younger or even older in the household with little gaming experience, then I can reccomend Down in Bermudas, but it fell flat for me as a puzzle game.
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