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The Bones of London

by Gavin Inglis profile and Failbetter Games

Episode 38 of Fallen London Exceptional Stories

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What lies beneath London's streets? Take up your theodolite and find out! Delve into London's mysteries, uncover buried secrets and help a hidden society map the Fifth City.

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An exceptional story that digs into London's past, April 20, 2019
by MathBrush
Related reviews: about 2 hours

This Fallen London exceptional story was well-put together but didn't appeal to me as much as the others.

In this story, you explore the names of the London streets. If you've played Fallen London, you'll know that the names are all different from real London, with jokes and allusions taking place of the actual names.

This story has you become a surveyor and a recruit of a group trying to discover the 'bones of London', the true names and map. And that's pretty much it.

For fans of London itself, map enthusiasts, and Fallen London fanatics, I recommend this game.

I highly recommend Gavin Inglis's other material, and his writing in this game. It was just the concept that didn't appeal as much to me.

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