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Joystiq: Wallace and Gromit's Fright of the Bumble Bees Review

Joystiq writes: "I'd imagine that most people go into Wallace and Gromit's Grand Adventures: Fright of the Bumble Bees knowing what they're going to get. If you're the sort that's going to buy into Telltale's newest episodic project then you're probably at least aware of the basic mouse-driven adventure mechanics of Sam and Max or Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People.

If you're expecting something substantially different here, you're not going to find it. This is a game about exploring a charming world, about learning its internal logic and learning to use it. It may not be revolutionary, but it sure is delightful..."

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