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Gameloft Unveil Screenshots For Stealthy Silent Ops

By , on June 20, 2011

An iOS operative whose mission is to relay to AppSpy readers counter-espionage info from Gameloft's top-secret bunker, my name is Agent Brown.

Richard Brown.

The objective today is to reveal some unlicensed screenshots of, and illicit gameplay tidbits about, the French developer's Silent Ops sneak-a-thon.

Often accused of 'jacking' ideas, artwork, and settings from existing famous IP, Gameloft have, on this occasion, looked to one of their own for inspiration...the brilliant Splinter Cell: Conviction.

With three intelligence agents from the under-under-underground organisation Ubiquity at your disposal, you must save the planet from a bunch of evildoers intent on mass cloning.

Odd, for we at the AppSpy Bureau kinda thought 'mass cloning for world dominance' was one of Gameloft's iOS mantras.

Anyways, Silent Ops for iPhone and iPad should be all in good App Stores soon, so prepare for gadgets, explosives, and some nifty multiplayer modes this second.

And now I must sign out before they track down my computer’s IP address. I know they're onto me...


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talugo 3 years, 4 months ago

There is usually one or two major things that keep me from enjoying Gameloft games. Usually, everything is "similar" to the other title that I like, but there is always something missing: AI, controls, or just the general feel of the game. Problem is that they are one of the few studios that are pumping out non-casual titles, so inevitably, I end up buying them. Hope they get better with experience.