The traditional Bavarian crime role-playing game “A Bavarian Tale: Totschweige” is now available on PC. In the first work of the Munich indie developer Active Fungus Studios, you slip into the role of the physics reporter Valentin Schmidt, who was sent to the tranquil village of Wolpertshofen in Upper Bavaria on behalf of the Bavarian Crown in 1866 and was involved in a mysterious death there.
Original Bavarian flair – also in the dialogues. It’s not just the setting of “A Bavarian Tale: Dead Silence” that exudes Bavarian charm. The characters are also real Bavarians – and of course the dialect shouldn’t be missing. In addition to the original Bavarian voice output, there is also the option to switch to English with a Bavarian accent. But don’t worry – subtitles are of course also included – both in German and in English. The dialogues are not only nice to listen to, but also interactive.
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