Children of Silentown Walkthrough – Chapter 4 (Hide and Seek)

Stuck in Children of Silentown? Check out this guide for an overview of where to find all six kids in their game of hide-and-seek.

Children of Silentown Walkthrough – Table of Contents

Welcome to the Into Indie Games guide for Children of Silentown! As Children of Silentown is a point-and-click adventure game, I strongly recommend exploring the world and getting a feel for all the various items and characters you’ll find in it. Note that this is a story-oriented guide and does not cover stickers or achievements.

For more information on Children of Silentown, check out the official website here.

Chapter 4 (Hide and Seek)

Our newest goal is to be ‘it’ in a game of hide and seek and find all the kids who are hiding around town. We have six kids to find in all.

Children of Silentown Walkthrough - Chapter 4 (Hide and Seek)

This post presents a quick overview of where to find whom, and how to find the easiest kids to find: Silver and Raven. For details on the other kids, check the table of contents to find the specific kid you’re looking for.

  • Silver: Main Square, behind the well
  • Sunny: Forest Path, behind a wooden gate
  • Blue: Baker’s Street, in a hideout under the stack of straw
  • Red: Farm (requires interacting with the cherry tree)
  • Black: Alley (requires finding Red first, see details)
  • Raven: Baker’s Street, to the far left of the area

Children of Silentown Walkthrough - Chapter 4 (Hide and Seek)

Of course, Silver is the easiest to find and will be in sight right from where you start seeking. Simply interact with him as he hides behind the well to get him out of the way first.

Children of Silentown Walkthrough - Chapter 4 (Hide and Seek)

Raven is also easy to find (as she is not hiding at all). Just go to Baker’s Street and walk all the way to the left of the screen to find her. Talk to her and she’ll ask if you’ve found Black. You can tell her the truth or lie to her, as you see fit.

Head on to the next part of our walkthrough for Children of Silentown!

This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke

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