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Review: Invisible Inc.

Invisible Inc. is an stealth based tactical espionage game, If you love X-Com style games then this is the game for you.

You start out playing as Decker an agent for Invisible inc as you go through a well thought out and excellent tutorial level that teaches you the ins and outs. 441 more words


What I'm Playing - CounterSpy

Stealth Action Goodness.

I should preface this by saying I love stealth games. There have been some great additions to the list of 2-D stealth games in particular. 663 more words


From orthodoxy to modernism: the finely tuned anatomy of stealth

Games that spend so much time encouraging the player to do so little are always walking that fine line between boredom and rewarding.  If you can imagine being the guy(s) and girl(s) in the team charged with designing the levels, their only brief being to “make the player stop and think”, you’ll appreciate just how difficult a task that is.   1,638 more words

Opinions And Hearsay


CounterSpy is a fun little gem of a game from indie studio Dynamighty that draws on a rich stylistic history of espionage in 1960’s cinema. It starts with excellent graphic design inspired by the likes of… 610 more words


Splinter Cell Chaos Theory 10 Years On: What Makes A Simulation Game

Today is the 10th anniversary of what is often called one of the best stealth games ever and one of my personal favorite games of all time. 2,009 more words


Rezzed 2015 - Volume

I have something to confess…I have never played Thomas Was Alone. I just knew what I read about it. Still, when the opportunity to interview Mike Bithell on his new game came along, I didn’t miss the chance. 1,084 more words


Throwback Gems: WinBack

WinBack was developed by Omega Force, and released in 1999 for the Nintendo 64, then 2001 for the PlayStation 2. WinBack in my opinion was a under rated third person shooter game, which was a lot of fun back when I played it. 380 more words

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