Danish developer House on Fire has announced the Steam release of The Silent Age on 29 May, completely revamped and updated for PC. The point-and-click adventure has already been downloaded for mobile devices over seven million times.
In The Silent Age, players help “Joe”, a simple janitor, travel between the groovy present of 1972 and the apocalyptic future of 2012 to discover the truth behind humankind’s extinction – a quest entrusted to him by a dying man from the future. Using Joe’s portable time travel device, players must solve puzzles that bring him closer to saving humanity.
Applauded for its deep story, clever puzzles and radically simple navigation, The Silent Age is also winner of the 2013 Casual Connect Indie Prize.
“Getting the opportunity to continue work on The Silent Age has been a dream,” said House on Fire CEO Uni Dahl. “We’re obviously very passionate about the series and have put enormous effort into bringing it to the next level for the PC audience. The game’s current art style, storyline and minimal UI, combined with the newly added character voiceover and Ultra HD graphics, make it a natural fit for PC.”
Check out the HD trailer:
More information about The Silent Age on Steam here.
About House on Fire
House on Fire is an independent video game developer located in Copenhagen, Denmark, founded in 2011 and managed by Linda Randazzo and Uni Dahl. The studio is dedicated to creating quality user experiences for primarily mobile devices.
Learn more at houseonfire.dk.