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Published on June 24th, 2013 | by James Maxwell


Gorgeous Point & Click Adventure ‘The Silent Age’ Makes Its Way To Android

The Silent Age is a new point & click adventure game from House on Fire that takes makes use of a well implemented time travel mechanic. You are Joe, a man who has recently come into posession of a time machine. Using this time machine you wi  warp between 1972, which is in the midst of the Cold War, and the unpleasant year 2012. The storyline here is definitely intriguing, and should captivate both fans of point & click adventure games and those that really aren’t all that keen on the genre.

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The Silent Age has been on iOS for a little while now, and has received a lot of praise since its introduction.  The game has been nominated for a few awards too; one of which was the Best Artistic Achievement Award at the 2013 Nordic Game Awards. This comes as no surprise, as the game is simply stunning. The developers have used a jaw droppingly beautiful minimalistic art style throughout the entire game, and it certainly makes it stand out as unique. Rarely do we see this amount of polish in a game’s graphics; especially a free game.

You need to be aware that The Silent Age is currently just the first episode of a series. The second episode is currently under production, and is being financed through a crowdfunding project. If you’re a huge fan of the game you can choose to make a pledge through the game itself, or you can visit the official website at

The Silent Age looks to be a game that is a must download. The intriguing storyline, gorgeous graphics, and puzzling gameplay will be sure to make any gamer happy.  Best of all the game is completely free, so you’ve got nothing to lose. Point and click the button below to get the The Silent Age from Google Play right now.


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is both co-founder and co-editor of SGD. I am a university student in Edmonton Canada, and I'm a huge fan of all things Android; especially the hottest new indie games.

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