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Stealth Inc to step into the light on November 14th

By James Gilmour, on November 9, 2013
Last modified 5 months, 1 week ago

It ain't easy being a clone. Wandering around all day, staring at your own face. For all you know, there could be versions of you in every city in every country in the world. All strolling about, all wearing your smile. 

Unless, of course, you're the star of sneaky platform-puzzler Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark. That guy knows exactly where his genetic duplicates are: smeared over the walls of a labyrinthine testing facility.

If our goggle-wearing doesn't want to join them, then he's going to have to skulk, sneak, and creep his mass produced socks off in the hope of avoiding detection and escaping the complex alive.

Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark is the latest port of a PC title, which has also found its way on the PS Vita. As you can see from the trailer, your goal is to stick to the shadows in the hope of besting the compounds exhaustive security systems.

The game was hard as nails with a physical controller, so we're pretty curious to see how the game handing on a touchscreen device. We'll find out next Thursday, November 14th.


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DarkScience 5 months, 1 week ago

I do like the look of this one. I love stealth games - we need another more up to date Splinter Cell game on IOS! But this as a stealth platformer looks neat. Hope fully it will have MFI support from the offset!

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wheat 5 months, 1 week ago

Its insanely fun on PC, but when it was included on the Humble Android Bundle for Android it played super laggy. I would say wait for reviews.

If you want to try it out, there is a free version on PC.