Chronique des Silencieux historical detective mystery game that targets native port for Linux with Windows PC with a Demo. Thanks to Pierre Feuille Studio for giving us more cool info and support. Working to make its way onto Steam.
So, there’s a new game on the block that’s likely to stir some curiosity, especially if you’re into stories from history. It’s Chronique des Silencieux, and we have an email reply to share from Pierre Feuille Studio. Now, let’s dive into what makes this game worthy of your attention.
Linux is indeed a target platform, we aim to have it release at the same time as Windows, and if not, shortly after.
The Chronique des Silencieux demo works great on Linux via Proton, developed in GameMaker Studio 2. The game engine mainly targets Ubuntu, but it will likely work on other distro’s too. Still waiting to hear about its compatibility with Steam Deck.
Stepping back in time, right into the heart of 1970’s France. The scene of Chronique des Silencieux is in Meriadeck, Bordeaux — a location with its own pulse and life. It’s here where we meet our main character, Eugène Faury. Eugène is a beginner private investigator, someone who’s just starting to figure out the nuances of the detective world.
Chronique des Silencieux – Story Trailer
You see, every detective needs a captivating case to solve, and the Chronique des Silencieux story serves up a good one. We’re talking about Victor Dousvalon. A history professor with an air of mystery around him. He’s lived a life most people don’t know about, a life full of secrets. And now, it’s up to Eugène (and by extension, you) to unravel these secrets.
Being a detective isn’t just about finding clues — it’s about feeling the situation. reading people, and sometimes even catching them off guard. You’ll have to be sharp, ask the right questions, and sift through important papers. But remember, Chronique des Silencieux is not just about being nosy; it’s about connecting the dots. While you’re not just an observer; you’re in control, making choices about which leads to follow and when to stop. There’s no hand-holding, so trust your instincts!
This historical detective mystery doesn’t just rely on its storyline to make an impact. The world of Chronique des Silencieux is also vivid and uses hand-drawn visuals that might remind you of the works of artist Rémi Chayé. Every detail, from the cobble stone streets to the distinct personalities you’ll meet, has been crafted with care. And the ambiance? A soundtrack that captures the essence of old-school cinematic masterpieces, offering vibes from the 60s and 70s. If you’ve ever watched a classic mystery or crime thriller, you’ll certainly feel right at home!
But there’s a layer to this that goes beyond just solving a mystery. Chronique des Silencieux is also about understanding people, their lives, their decisions, and sometimes their regrets. Every person you meet in Meriadeck has a story to tell, a past to explore. It’s an chance for you to immerse yourself, not just as a detective, but as someone who identifies with, understands, and connects.
Want to give the historical detective mystery a try? There’s a Chronique des Silencieux Demo that you can access on Steam right now. It’s playable on Linux via Proton and runs well. And if it catches your interest, you can keep an eye out for its full release by adding it to your Wishlist on Steam. Coming to both Linux and Windows PC.
While Chronique des Silencieux isn’t just about the thrill of the chase — it’s about the journey, the people, and the stories waiting to be discovered. So, if you’re up for a ride through history with a dash of mystery, this might just be the ticket.