A Bavarian Tale – Totgeschwiegen detective RPG game Linux port in the works with Windows PC. This is all due to the creative work and commitment of developer Active Fungus Studios. Currently available on Steam with 95% Very Positive reviews.
The releases of the historical detective RPG A Bavarian Tale: Totgeschwiegen is available. The game is takes you into the role of Valentin Schmidt. Who is a young surveyor sent to the tranquil village of Wolpertshofen in Upper Bavaria in 1866. Doing so on behalf of the Bavarian crown. As a result, your detective skills are put to the test when a cruel and mysterious death shakes the village. All while plunging you into an adventure.
Since the gameplay is getting attention. Reaching out to Active Fungus Studios, they are working on a native Linux build.
We developed in Unreal Engine 4.27 and are currently trying to get a Linux build working.
The developers having a bit of a challenge with native Linux support. Since the engine is not quite as easy to export as Unity. They are working to release A Bavarian Tale – Totgeschwiege port. This is also been stated in the Steam Forum. Through translation, “trying to create a stable Linux build,” that was at the end of January 2023. So going forward, here’s hoping the developers have an easier time creating a native Linux build.
A Bavarian Tale – Totgeschwiegen – Release Date Trailer
While story and gameplay go hand in hand. Using skill checks in the classic pen and paper style, you are completely free to decide what to level up. As an investigator, your goal is to find hidden clues. Also, collect valuable evidence that will help to drive the plot forward. Within the story of A Bavarian Tale: Totgeschwiegen, tricky choices await. They can influence the search. As a result, the test Valentin faces can be approached in different ways. Will he rely on his charm during an interrogation? Will he try to find a diplomatic solution to get information? Or does he simply let evidence slip away on the sly? Valentin can also defend himself against adversaries with his bare hands. Or he retreats with his tail between his legs.
Bavarian flair – even in the dialogues. A Bavarian Tale: Totgeschwiegen is not simply taking place in Bavaria. The game exudes genuine Bavarian charm. The characters are voices are real Bavarians. And of course, the dialect isn’t missing. Besides the original Bavarian voice work, you also have the option to switch to English. Complete with a Bavarian accent.
- Historical detective RPG in 3rd person
- Action takes place in the Upper Bavarian State village of Wolpertshofen in 1866
- Skills can be improved freely and are used in pen and paper fashion
- Decisions influence the outcome of the story
- Complete voice work in Bavarian and English
- German and English subtitles
- Playtime: Approx. 10 hours
- 11 different endings
A Bavarian Tale: Totgeschwiegen detective RPG game is now available for Windows PC on Steam. Priced at $17.99 USD / £13.99 / 14,99€. While Linux support is in the works.