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“Bucket Detective” – Another Strange Game By Jesse Barksdale

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Bucket Detective


(Caution: Bucket Detective is an explicit game with violence, bad language, and nudity)

A dark comedy/horror game by Jesse Barksdale, creator of the static speaks my name. Help a cult complete a ritual in exchange for divine inspiration to finish writing your terrible novel. A story-focused experience where the choices you make determine which of the five unique endings you receive. Play multiple times to unlock the complete story. Takes around 45 minutes to complete once and another 20 minutes to get a few more endings. Includes nearly an hour of in-game audio commentary about the making of the game.

Created by the two person studio The Whale Husband.

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Having loved “The Static Speaks My Name” I decided to check Jesse Barksdale’s newest game out. The Static Speaks My Name is such an odd game you can find free on Steam. Definitely one of the oddest games I’ve ever played.

Jesse Barksdale’s newest game “Bucket Detective” is definitely as odd as I expected it to be. If he is aiming to be the strangest game developer of all time hes off to a great start with the 2 games I’ve played so far.

The game is about a weird pervert who is trying to write a book to get chicks because his wife isn’t giving it up. Writing is to hard so he seeks help from a friend. He sends you to a weird sex cultist mansion.

Everything about the game is strange. If you enjoy obscure odd games with a twisted sense of humor I recommend checking this game out. Its a short game, but pretty cheap. The style is similar to The Static Speak My Name, but this game goes a little more in depth.

If you’ve never played The Static Speaks My Name you can find my review and the  link to download it free here.

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