Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:55pm 04/04/19 | 0 Comments
The Nintendo Switch is Nintendo's most third-party friendly console since the Super Nintendo, and today Daedalic Entertainment's coveted point-and-click adventure title, Silence, has landed on the little hand-held console hybrid that could.
Set in an alternate world to our own, Silence is a beautiful title filled with discovery and wonder, and absolutely fits the new platform.
Silence is a beautifully animated adventure about 16-year-old Noah and his little sister Renie, who are cast from the real-world during an air raid and flung into a magical realm stuck between life and death. This conflicted dimension, full of colourful characters, twisted monsters and sights that push the boundaries of reality, is stuck in a state of war against dark creatures haunting towns and cities, with only a small band of rebels standing in the way of utter anarchy.
“Silence is one of the most popular adventure games we’ve ever created, so bringing it to the Nintendo Switch was a no-brainer for us,” explained Daedalic CEO Carsten Fichtelmann via press release. “We’re excited for the Switch’s substantial adventure-game-loving audience to finally get to experience Silence’s enchanting mix of colour and personality.”
Featuring an emotionally gripping story, imaginative puzzles, beautiful visuals blending 2D and 3D art design, compelling characters and hours of fully voiced dialogue, Silence is part sequel, part spin-off of the classic adventure The Whispered World, which was also developed and published by Daedalic Entertainment.
Watch a trailer for the game embedded below. Silence is available for Nintendo Switch now.