Down in Bermuda Review
Posted: 5 weeks ago.
It's a world of quirky adventure filled with puzzles to solve and mysteries to uncover. You play adventurous aviator Milton who finds himself trapped in a time bubble deep inside the Bermuda and needs your help to escape.
You play through six islands, each with different environments and types of puzzles. For example, some require matching symbols, connecting pipes or deciphering switches. Solving the puzzles grants you orbs to unlock gates to new islands.
There are occasional enemies to defeat along the way: a cannon on a track and electrified spider for example. You can also discover bonus levels to explore and collectables to find that encourage you to visit every part of the world.
It's a lovely questing adventure about helping your character get back home. The game is aimed towards a younger audience, however the island's slowly increasing difficulty still offers a challenge.
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