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The Silent Age Was Inspired By Urban Exploration - Pixels for Breakfast

Pixels for Breakfast writes: Point-and-click adventure has always been my “go to” genre. Ever since I was a wee lad in the early 90s, I was drawn to the clever writing, inventory management, and more importantly, the character development that is often on display.

When The Silent Age came across my desk, I was immediately drawn to it. A point-and-click adventure with time travel? Sign me up! Thankfully my curiosity was rewarded, which you can see in our review.

I caught up with Uni and Thomas from House on Fire to discuss the development of their intriguing adventure. (Android, iPad, iPhone, PC, The Silent Age)

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