Games Review: Wallace & Gromit: Fright of the Bumblebees
PC, Telltale, £29.99
Saturday 04 April 2009
The titular clay buddies are the stars of a four-part series that will see a new game released
online every month. This is the first of the Grand Adventures and if it’s not altogether grand,
there’s still lots here to like. W&G are faithfully rendered, and their contraption filled world is
a joy to explore, although the puzzles that make up play are a mixed bag. Younger fans of
the animations should enjoy the episodic action even if older gamers find it a little limited.
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