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Bartolomeo is reading his favourite author's poetry, Ponte di Sughero, when suddenly he finds a wounded man in his house. Could it be? Could that man be Ponte di Sughero himself?
(probably not, as the theme of the game jam was "A Delusion")

Made in two weeks for the Adventure Game Challenge.


  • Two colours: black AND white!
  • Characters you can talk to!
  • Characters you can click on! (by doing that, you talk with them)
  • A story so gripping, you'll have forgotten about it five minutes later!
  • Medieval setting! Without dragons or kings!
  • Visit the smallest city you've ever seen!


Lorenzo Boni: plot, coding, graphics, animations.

Slasher: testing, proofreading.

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
TagsComedy, Hand-drawn, Point & Click, Singleplayer


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Bartolomeo.zip 12 MB


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Nice short game! Graphics are great as always and I love the humor! But the game title is huge. Can't remember the entire title. :'D.

Great little game.  Simplistic but fun.. Love the graphics, story and execution... Recommended..


Drat, you seem to have taken the "game with the most ridiculously lengthy title" award here!!! :-D

But two whole colours man... I feel it's simply too much.


You won't get the "longest title" award this year! ;)

I know I went overboard with the colours... I'll have to restrain myself next time!

Such a nice small game. I've really enjoyed the story, as it gave me a couple of good laughs. Also, your art is really nice to look at; it reminds me of old  comic-books. 

Thank you! Happy to hear that at least some of the jokes were decent enough ;)

I haven't played it yet, but the description is fantastic and very promising! Will try it out as soon as I can.

Thanks! Hope you enjoy it!

I did! It's a lovely game. Ponte and Petraia cracked me up, and the graphics are fabulous. Loved the story :)

Thank you very much for your kind words, Sofire!