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ZeroTM

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#1 12 years ago

Has anyone ever played Silver, the game? [COLOR="Red"]Link for more info on Silver.[/COLOR]




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#2 12 years ago

Nope, it looks interesting though. I haven't seen it in stores before. I took a look at the Screenshots and it looks pretty good. :)




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#3 12 years ago

It's an old game, came out in 1999, the problem was, that it wasn't advertised well enough. The game is really good, and still is even if you play it today. Because not many people knew about it, and it wasn't advertised well, not many people bought it or even knew about it, but those who did, loved it. Silver is and because it is so unique, still remains one of my favorite games of all time. The music was beautiful, the gameplay, stunning, and the story, brilliant.

Here's a quote of one of the admins on the [COLOR="Red"]Spiral House Forums[/COLOR] with info on the game.

Silver is an RPG which was developed by an internal studio team at Infogrames United Kingdom, released during 1999.

The team behind Silver left Infogrames in 1999 and Spiral House Ltd was formed. Spiral House proceeded to convert Silver to other platforms, Dreamcast and Apple Mac, as well as beginning work on Silver II.

Design and pre-production work for Silver II commenced, but shortly after Infogrames choose not to pursue the sequel. Without the financial backing of Infogrames, Spiral House was unable to pursue the sequel and was shortly contracted by Infogrames to begin the conversion of Alone in the Dark 4 to PC and Playstation 2.

At this time of writing Atari (Infogrames) still own all the commercial rights to the game Silver.

Atari still have active support for Silver on their website, where you can find a wealth of knowledge and help on the game. Simon Lai is the moderator of the Silver forum and has championed the product since its day of release back in 1999.

If you require any help or assistance with the game Silver please make a post below or consult the official Atari forums.

http://www.ataricommunity.com/forums/

Basically, to continue on Silver 2, Spiral House would need some help from fans of Silver to post on the Atari forums and convince them to help Spiral House develop the sequel. That's why I posted here, so hopefully some Silver fans would help Spiral house continue on their game.