If you're looking for a classic haunted house experience, Silver Chains doesn't disappoint. The atmosphere works well, the story becomes more interesting as the game continues and some scenes are quite scary. However, if you're looking for some action or groundbreaking new ideas, feel free to look elsewhere.
Review in Czech | Read full review
Silver Chains is a nice, sometimes predictable and too linear game for one evening with a disappointing ending, but having a certain appeal and magic. If not the last third of the game with poorly made chases, boring collecting items and poor navigation, there would be a different score.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Silver Chains has a spooky atmosphere and an interesting, if typical, narrative. But its horrifying performance issues and the completely horrible final sequence put a pretty big damper on the game as a whole.
Silver Chains is a boring, confused horror game plagued by excessive clichés, jump scares and uninspired gameplay that fails to compel the player forward in any meaningful way
It's a mediocre horror game with a lot meaningless jump scares.
Review in Chinese | Read full review
PC players craving a bit of horror during the Summer can't go wrong with Silver Chains, that is, as long as they're okay with something that ultimately comes as feeling a little familiar.
There are two Silver Chains. The atmospheric, pre-monster Silver Chains draws you in with intrigue and great visuals. The post-monster Silver Chains is a silent scavenger hunt in the dark occasionally interrupted by a spooky monster. It's not bad, but it's not for genre fans either.
Are the Silver Chains strong enough to hold this indie horror game together for review? Let's take a look and see what lies within.
Gorgeous graphics and excellent sound design don't make up for a lack of gameplay and an extremely short playtime.
Silver Chains is by no means perfect, but it uses its scares sparingly and offers enough gloomy chills to keep you spooked and hooked.
Despite not being the most original horror game out there, Silver Chains is a nice combination of tropes from various influences. It may not the most inspiring story in a game, but what it lacks in that, it makes up with decent visuals and some good jump scares. Normally most jump scares don’t get me, but there are a few in Silver Chains that got me to jump and say words I shouldn’t say in front of my innocent children! I personally want to give kudos to Cracked Heads Games – I encountered some issues whilst playing the game pre-release yet they were able to fix them immediately, ensuring the final version which went live today runs great for everyone with no progress-blocking occurrences.
It’s time to sum everything here up and tell you the truth about Silver Chains in short and simple words. Don’t buy it. This is my loud and clear message for those who are reading this review. Silver Chains has several structural issues that never allow you to enjoy your experience.
Mundane exploration mars the experience of Silver Chains, a haunted-house horror game which compromises a decent narrative with frustrating gameplay.