Modified, Multi lingual version of a 'Famous Text Based Game' with additional elements like farming, plague attacks, a boss fight and a totally different story. This version was a top selling game in many App Stores. Moreover, player can compete with others in Game Centre.
Supported languages - English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Korean, Japanese, German and Tamil.
A Silent Wood – an epitome of finger biting and awe-filled exodus through human civilisation. A wink of an eye in geological time scale, is rightly put in human perspective – in ‘A Silent Wood’ in a single night. Graphics of this game is a blind screen, but vivid opening of your mind screen and exploitation of your absolute imagination that makes the whole experience unique to each dweller of A Silent Wood.
This game engages your mind and creative imagination for few hours as it gradually lights up your vicinity, and leaves you pondering and wondering in the Dark Room for hours after the game, marvelling and reminiscing the moments in it, that held your interest for that long without any graphical display.
The spine of a Silent Wood, is a storyline that emerges from an absolute zero that develops into a civilisation encompassing the evolution of know-hows of human history. Up from slumber in A Dark Room, you fetch and light up lumber, as you unveil mysteries that surrounded you in that silent wood. Your traverse in a silent wood is a combination of a walk through the foggy landscapes and exuberant adrenalin rush.
This game is built on top of the open sourced game 'a dark room': http://adarkroom.doublespeakgames.com/
There are no IP infringement/Copy right violation committed in this version. (https://github.com/Continuities/adarkroom)
Korean & Japanese Translations were corrected.
Ratings and Reviews
A clunky copy
Downloaded this game and have barely played a minute of it, but just find it too clunky to enjoy or bother continue playing. The text is at the bottom of the screen and options to select at the top, which makes it kind of annoying to try and reach with your thumbs when playing on a phone (not thought through by developers)
When changing through menus/screens there is a flicker of the screen and the result is too instantaneous and doesn’t feel right. The text boxes are oddly arranged and with so much empty space on the screen it doesn’t make sense they have to appear over options you are trying to select.
Considering the foundation of this game was already largely set from the original game, I think the developers have a lot more work to do on this to make it visually appealing it to play, otherwise a more developed story than the original A Dark Room is wasted.
Loved it. Took me a while to get the hang of it, but it is definitely worthwhile
- Bavananth Thavapalan
- 71.5 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Ariyalion Games
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.