Indie Game of the Week - The Silent Age + Giveaway!
The Silent Age by House On Fire
Played by Martyr
Joe was just a normal guy, doing a normal job during 1972. It would seem fate had different plans for him. The Silent Age is classic science fiction mixed with fantastic puzzle solving. Using a portable time machine you will bounce through realities trying to find out whats going on and how you are connected to it all. The art direction is a clash of post apocalyptic and groovy 70's design. From over the top wallpapers to overgrown flora and dilapidated buildings. While The Silent Age isn't the most complicated game in the world, the elements it does bring are done well, from the music, UI, and even controller support. For me this game was comfort food and was familiar. The puzzles were challenging enough but didn't grind progression to a halt. As far as it being a port goes, the graphics have been overhauled and look great, and voice work where present is well done and I was happy to hear it. The only complaint I could muster is that the game a little bit on the short side, probably taking 2 to 4 hours at the most to complete. That isn't totally a bad thing but I guess I just wanted more. Big thanks to the developer/publisher for a chance to play this game! If you enjoyed this video, don't forget to subscribe, like and share for more future videos and it really helps me out! Thanks for watching. The Silent Age Giveaway Rules: Must leave a comment and be a subscriber. Begins 8/13, ends 8/20. At 6AM Pacific Winners are randomly chosen and will be contacted by YouTube to claim prize. In the case the Winners do not respond within a weeks time. A new winner is chosen. Prize is STEAM ONLY. No other codes will be provided. Must have an active Steam account to claim prize. I hold the right to pick a new winner if I believe some sort of cheating/fraud was involved. Steam: Game: Developer: Publisher: If you enjoyed this please hit the like button! That would be spiffy! Subscribe to my channel for more gaming action! Follow me on Twitter: Follow my Steam Curator List: Follow my Blog:
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