Silverworld

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4.4
303 reviews
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Teen
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About this game

In a world of trackless jungles, colossal beasts, and cruel pre-human civilizations, you must survive the past if you want to save the future! You were only meant to guard the laboratory, but when a treacherous power cripples Doctor Sabbatine's time machine, you're left stranded! Face the savage inhabitants of Silverworld and build your own civilization—or plunder the past and return home unimaginably rich!

"Silverworld" is a 560,000-word interactive time-travel fantasy novel by Kyle Marquis, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

You need allies to survive, but who can you trust? The locals may have already betrayed you to appease their enemies. The empress back home has ordered you to plunder this new world. Your friend survived the crash only for the jungle to infect him, transforming him into something inhuman. And the expedition's chief adviser has imprisoned the Icons—architects of the universe, masters of time—and fled to build his own civilization.

Can you rebuild Doctor Sabbatine's time machine and return home? You must protect your timeline, but at what cost? And after leading the people of Silverworld, will you even want to?

• Play as male, female, or nonbinary; straight, gay, bi, or ace.
• Carve out your own Stone Age nation.
• Face giant lizards, renegade airships, feathered apes, and the volcano fortress of the snake people!
• Uncover the secret history of your benefactor Doctor Sabbatine and her robot helpers.
• Confront challenges with threats or charm, overt violence or subtle tricks.
• Use modern technology to survive, or abandon it and go native!
• Protect the past from exploitation, or be the first to cash in.
• Fight the False Icon, surrender to its will, or try to trick it into granting you your heart's desire.
• Befriend, betray, and romance robots, invincible warriors, and bee women from the Crystal Plains.
• Fight to free the Icons—the creators of the universe—or enslave them for your own ends.

You can save the future…if you can survive the past.
Updated on
Mar 27, 2022

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4.4
303 reviews
GenericAssUsername
October 1, 2022
This story is well told with enough variety in choices, motivations, and characters to warrant a few replays. I really like that you can choose the order of a few quests and that they play a bit differently and have dynamic difficulty based on what has been previously finished. The stats and relationships really matter, which makes it all the more engaging. Allowing villains to become allies if your goals align is a nice touch.
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A Google user
April 23, 2019
This is both one of the longest and most enjoyable of the choice games. It is not so painfully number oriented as Choice of Rebels but still has all the adventure and warfare if not much more. There is also an insane amount of variation with a bunch of endings. The characters are good, the choices dynamic, and the story very interesting.
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A Google user
July 13, 2019
Like Empyrean, it is well written with unique worldbuilding, though the requirements for romance are somewhat obscure, and needlessly complicated. On the plus side, the stats system is better since you have fixed skills instead of a sliding scale (if the author is reading, please retrofit this system into Empyrean), and the choices are pretty clear in informing you which stats will be used and affected.
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