Posts Tagged ‘Clandestine’

She Sneaks, He Hacks: Clandestine’s Asymmetric Co-op

By Alice O'Connor on October 31st, 2014.

When social engineering fails...

Here’s a cracking idea for a co-op game: an asymmetric spy ‘em up where one player’s a secret agent infiltrating facilities using stealth, social engineering, and violence, while the other is a remote hacker who cracks systems and feeds the agent information. That’s a real game. It’s Clandestine, made by Expeditions: Conquistador devs Logic Artists. You can buy it today on Early Access.

I was not at all surprised to learn that creative director Jonas Wæver was lead designer of remarkable Deus Ex mod The Nameless Mod.

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Shhhhhhhhhhhh: Clandestine Announced

By John Walker on November 28th, 2013.

The developers behind Expeditions: Conquistador, Logic Artists, have announced their next game – Clandestine. It’s a game of spies and conspiracy, set in the halcyon days of the mid 1990s.

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