Silence: The Whispered World 2 Crack/Patch

Silence: The Whispered World 2 Silence: The Whispered World 2 will take you back to Silence, a world made of dreams. We accompany Noah, a teenager who lost his little sister, Renie, in the hazardous real world and now hopes to find her again in Silence. His quest leads him to another visually impressive and emotional adventure, where you get to solve plenty of mysteries surrounding Noah, his sister, and the dreamscapes of Silence.

Download Silence: The Whispered World 2 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
7.5
Downloads 1742
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Daedalic Entertainment / Daedalic Entertainment

Silence: The Whispered World 2 reviews ( 5 )

Disasterbenz, Dec 10, 2017

Whats to say about this game the art is just breathtaking. The characters are wonderful and the story holds my attention! I loved playing through this wonderful experience

Neper, Nov 16, 2016

Only a few hours into the game and I'm already in love with it. The bigges feature in TWW2 is its artstyle: the way Daedalic blends 2D and 3D is something I've never seen before. It definitely feels like the future of 2D, and I'm sure many other titles in the future will use that awesome technique. So far, I'm loving the story and the characters are charming, despite the general dark tone. Everything's amazing!

Mandulum, Jun 2, 2017

Five Word Review: Pretty, short, and enjoyable adventure. Favorite Thing: It has a nice graphical style and I really like the character design. The lack of an inventory, and carrying around dozen of items, also needs to be commended. Least Favorite Thing: The basis of the story is the exact same as the previous game; shatter the mirror. Date Completed: 2017-05-24 Playtime: ~ 5h Enjoyment: 8/10 Recommendation: Yes, it's a solid adventure game.

wiss2wiss, Sep 28, 2017

I like the overall visual of this game, even though I find some part of the game to be a bit too weird. The story, which is the main feature of the game, is not bad, but it has not much charm to hook me into it. Maybe it is just me and my girlfriend who do not enjoy this kind of story that much. I do like the humour of this game by the way. Get it if you like the art and, I don't know,... maybe .... Alice.

Fuz, Dec 10, 2016

I'll start stating that I really liked The Whispered World. And I really wanted to love this. I really, really, did. I tried to close both my eyes in front of its shortcomings. But at some point, I couldn't anymore. Gameplay is bad. There's no way around it. There's no inventory, just clicks on the scenes and move the mouse. It's super easy. Just click, no brain required. No "classic" puzzles. Dumbed down interface designed for gamepads. Why the hell are we **** up potentially amazing adventure games so much just to accomodate them to consoles? Really pisses me off. Every time you move from a location to another (and sometimes you have to do it quite often, repeatedly) there's a loading screen... and loading times are ATROCIOUS. They're WAY too long and happen WAY too often. It's exhausting. It's intolerable. Game is quite slow. Like, annoyingly slow. You can't skip animations, and some of them (like the insect that flies on the mushroom at the beginning, or Spot that does an action that you may have to repeat many times to solve the puzzle) are kinda long and take control away from you for TOO MUCH TIME, it's extremely annoying. Which leaded to an exponential increase of the game's duration because I alt-tabbed A LOT out of sheer boredom... which only makes things worse because the game autopauses when you do it (I absolutely hate when games do this: *I* should decide when to pause). The good things... I love the setting. I'm really intrigued by the story. The characters are interesting. It's well written. Artistically, I am really impressed by it. It's absolutely beautiful: the scenery is really amazing, the 3D models are well designed and - astoningshly - don't feel out of place in the 2D backgrounds (as a general rule, I still prefer 2D characters and animations, though), the animations are smooth. It's truly a beauty to behold and it has a poetic, heartwarming quality on itself. Some characters (like Kyra and her bizarre head) do have some weird proportions, though. The musics are also good. Voice acting can be extremely dull and toneless, though. I love it for the story and the characters. I hate it for the gameplay.