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Silicon Dreams

Clockwork Bird, James Patton
Apr 20, 2021 - PC
Mighty

OpenCritic Rating

85

Top Critic Average

83%

Critics Recommend

PC Gamer
89 / 100
KeenGamer
8.5 / 10
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8.5 / 10
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8 / 10
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Recommended
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4 / 5
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Silicon Dreams Trailers

Silicon Dreams | Cyberpunk Interrogation - Launch trailer thumbnail

Silicon Dreams | Cyberpunk Interrogation - Launch trailer

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Silicon Dreams launch announcement trailer


Silicon Dreams Screenshots



Critic Reviews for Silicon Dreams

An extremely intelligent sci-fi interrogation sim that's unpredictable for all the right reasons.

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Silicon Dreams lets you play as an android tasked to investigate deviants among a society that has become dependent on robots. Will you succeed in extracting information and confessions from your subjects – or will your artificial emotions get the best of you?

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Every fan of "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" or works influenced by it will find something to love in the tight experience that Clockwork Bird has designed. There is also plenty of space for them to expand both the story and the mechanics in meaningful ways in future titles set in the same universe.

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If you’re a fan of Philip K. Dick’s seminal work, Silicon Dreams is absolutely worth your time. It’s not the most interactive game but it expertly explores some thought provoking themes that are synonymous with Blade Runner via an engrossing game play loop and well crafted dialogue. It’s only 4 hours long but you’ll want to play this game twice.

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Silicon Dreams is a fantastic cyberpunk interrogation simulator that takes inspiration from Blade Runner’s Voight-Kampff test, but adds much more life and emotion and tests your moral compass.

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Silicon Dreams is a tremendous detective game. The way you grill these androids for information is highly engaging. I was surprised many times by the responses I got from my interrogations and the narrative continued to get more and more compelling as I went on. If the idea of delving into the minds of androids to see what makes them tick sounds like a fun time, then you should experience the dystopian nightmare that is Silicon Dreams.

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