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Submitted by hellerphant 468d ago | review

The Silent Age Episode 1 Review: Time Travelling Adventures - Pixels for Breakfast

Pixels for Breakfast writes: The Silent Age has delivered a compelling first episode that leaves you wanting to learn more. The time travelling mechanic is so simple, yet works to well to create a sense of depth without making the puzzles too hard for newcomers to the genre. The art and audio work hand in hand to create a sense of foreboding as you move throughout the environments and timelines. Best of all – it’s 100% free with no microtransactions! You can donate to the team however, giving them some cash to help develop the second episode, which is something I definitely want to see. If you’re a fan of the genre, you will be hard pressed to find an excuse not to check out this thrilling episode. (iPad, iPhone, The Silent Age) 4/5

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