Silent Storm Reviews

A pair of positive reviews for Nival and JoWood’s Silent Storm have made their way to the web. The first is at GameGuru Mania with an overall score of 85%:

Overall, Silent Storm is pretty addictive game. Once you have mastered the interface, your next challenge is to use enough strategy to overcome the enemy and complete objectives. The enemy AI is pretty good, not perfect, but pretty good. Let me tell you the game is very challenging (but rewarding). My only complaint is that this game lacks any multiplayer. I would have loved to be able to play against (or even cooperatively) with some pals on LAN/Internet. I’d recommend it to anybody who enjoys turn-based tactical combat games. Try the demo and if you like it then get the game.

And the second is over at TechTV with an overall score of 4/5:

Unfortunately, enemy turns can last up to two minutes, often with nothing visible happening on-screen. With no way to skip this, you’ll have plenty of time to reflect on your upcoming moves, whether you want to or not.

Even if you’re sick of World War II, “Silent Storm” is well worth a look. It’s accessible, fun, and technically impressive, making it one of the better strategy games we’ve played in quite some time. Plus, it has laser weaponry and an angry Scotsman.

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