Games Without Words

Created Mar 13, 2018 by Tramandai
Didn't you ever think that the dialogues in games were overrated? Is it possible at all to make a remarkable project without using any piece of the text? Are the silent characters able to be interesting, funny and involving? Meet the games that show: the action can be much more impressive than the words.
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    CHUCHEL is a brand new game by Amanita Design, the studio famous for its original and extraordinary projects. Chuchel himself is a little creature that likes to eat cherry. And when the cherished berr…
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      One more outstanding project by Amanita Design. Five creatures with their unique abilities, seven levels to go through, a bunch of puzzles, secrets and obstacles. Stunning design was made by the Czech…
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        If the other games on this list could have dialogues (though it would ruin all their magic), Journey's concept isn't meant to be completed with any text. It's a game to relax and slowly fly through en…
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          Hyper Light Drifter is a platformer released in 2016. There are the main character, the adventure, the pixel art post-apocalyptic world - that's all. You don't need a word to understand what to do but…
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            Another World was originally released in 1991 and then twice remastered - 2005 and 2013. As for me, this one fact proves that the game was worthy to play and just needed a little upgrade. The main cha…
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              This simple puzzle-adventure game is really awesome. I love its characters' design - it reminds of the 90s cartoons that didn't look childish at all (but scary a little). The game was made by Russian …
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                Machinarium was a big hit in 2009 winning several awards and highly praised by players. It's a point-and-click quest taking place on the robots' planet. The main character, Bob, isn't a hero as we ima…
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