House on Fire, publisher and developer of the award winning mobile game The Silent Age, announced today that the final episode in the saga, The Silent Age Episode Two, is available now on iOS, Android and Amazon for $4.99. Discover the cause of the apocalyptic event and what happens to Joe in this final episode.
“The Silent Age Episode Two picks up right where the first episode left off, giving gamers and fans of the game an amazing finale,” said Uni Dahl, CEO of House on Fire. “It has been an incredible journey for all of us to have the opportunity to make the game we wanted to make. We couldn’t have done this without the support of fans and everyone’s support.”
The Silent Age Episode Two takes players on an adventurous journey into a dystopian future where mankind has gone extinct! Travel through time between the iconic 70’s and a desolate present day haunted by silence. The Silent Age Episode Two is an atmospheric point-and-click adventure with an eerie soundtrack and stylistic visuals that will keep you in suspense as you solve mind-bending puzzles.
The Silent Age Episode Two Key Features:
- More than 60 new highly detailed locations
- Optimized interface for touch devices
- Several new characters to meet
- New dynamic animation system
- Improved dialogue system
- New shadow, lighting, water, and reflection systems
- Save progress to iCloud or Google+
The Silent Age Episode Two is available now on iOS in the App Store, Android on Google Play and Amazon for $4.99, a price which also includes the original The Silent Age Episode One. If you’re interested in reviewing the game or would like a developer interview, please contact Bryan Davies (email@example.com).
To learn more about The Silent Age Episode Two, please visit www.thesilentage.com.
ABOUT HOUSE ON FIRE
House on Fire is a Danish indie developer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. With a goal of focusing on the user experience without compromising quality, Linda Randazzo, Uni Dahl, and Thomas Ryder founded the studio in 2011 creating mobile games for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. The studio’s first title, Neon Zone, was released in 2011 and was directly nominated for two awards at Nordic Game 2012. The Silent Age Episode One was featured at the Nordic Game Indie Night 2013 and has been nominated for several awards including Nordic Game Best Visuals Award, Unity Awards best visuals, Webby awards and has won among others the Casual Connect Indie Prize 2013 and Best Artistic Achievement at SpilPrisen 2014. In 2013, House on Fire signed an investment deal with Capnova Game Invest for the development of The Silent Age Episode Two.