The Silent Age is a point and click indie adventure from Danish developers, House on Fire, that was launched on mobile devices in 2013. It went on to achieve huge success with over 7 million downloads and whole load of good reviews. Well, now PC gamers can pick it up on the Steam store.

Help Joe as he travels 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. Use your portable time travel device to solve puzzles that bring you closer to answers and saving humanity. Winner of the 2013 Casual Connect Indie Prize and applauded for its deep story, clever puzzles, and radically simple navigation and art style, The Silent Age is an unforgettable experience. Can you, a simple janitor and literally, “the average Joe,” save humankind.

There are some new features in store for the PC players as well. Character voice overs help bring the story to life whilst the simple yet effective art design is fully realised in high definition. There are also over 20 Steam achievements to earn from playing through the game. So if you’re one of the seven million that downloaded it on mobile there’s still something to gain from giving it another go on PC while newcomers have the chance to enjoy a fresh and fascinating time travel story that captivates from the beginning.

At £6.99 you will definitely but getting value for money so why not head over the Steam to take a look at it now by clicking here, and be sure to let me know what you think about it if you by commenting below.

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