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  • unmanneddrone 1:38 pm on January 18, 2012 Permalink
    Tags: , Gunpoint, , Stealth Bastard   

    @impynickers Awesome, so it looks like we’ve got all bases covered. I’m curious to see what class appeals to @beige.

    Going to have a long overdue evening session now. Holy hell, to be able to marathon like the old days.

    By the by, here’s one to chalk up for a future Squad Mission! Gunpoint. I spent about fifteen minutes with a test build before dinner, and it has Squad written all over it. It’ll be free, too, or so I’m led to believe. Totally awesome stealth/action/platformer with an excellent logic component of reworking and rewiring elements within a level. Maybe even more popular around here than Stealth Bastard. Someone PLEASE check out Stealth Bastard, because it’s very good. Metal Gear Meatboy Speed Run, in a nutshell. And free.

    Anyway, yes, Gunpoint. This vidya will explain all:

     
  • unmanneddrone 1:58 am on November 5, 2011 Permalink
    Tags: Gaming Buffet, Stealth Bastard   

    Squaddies, I give unto thee a title from the Explodemon/Fluidity devs, and one with game name of the year written all over it. Behold.

    Stealth games are awesome. Hiding from The Man, skulking in shadows, the thrill of the unseen infiltration. But why do they have to be so… slow?

    Introducing Stealth Bastard: stealth, with a great big kick up the arse. A fast-paced, frenetic, one-step-away-from-chunky-death melange of sneaking, platforming, hacking and cursing. A whole lot of fun. It’s like Metal Gear Solid and Super Meat Boy had a baby out of wedlock. Semi-literally.

    Jump, sneak, and be horribly dismembered through 28 levels hand-crafted by our crack team of in-house design geniuses, some of the same folk behind the critically-acclaimed Fluidity/Hydroventure, and the retro-styled PSN platformer Explodemon!.

    And once you’re done with those? Fear not – Stealth Bastard includes a FULL in-game level editor – the same we used to create the bundled levels – and even allows you to share, play and rate the community’s creations from across the world.

    And if you thought that was cool, we’ve not even got to the best bit yet: Stealth Bastard is free. Not ‘freemium’. Completely free.

    Download HERE

    @feenwager I try to keep titles to a maximum of three or four on the go, usually each serving different moods and niches. A game for all seasons, and this usually works. Then, there’s the standbys like my usual Sunday Eve SupCom2 session.

     
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