Posts Tagged ‘Death To Spies 3’

Death To Spies 3 Infilitrates Kickstarter

By Ben Barrett on September 11th, 2014.

Specifically this spy, one would assume.

When your crowdfunding campaign fails, it’s time to have a good think about what you’re doing. Death To Spies 3 devs Haggard Games tried last year to raise $80,000 to finish their Hitman-ish murder simulator through Indiegogo, but only drew $982. Oof. They went back to work, and a year later released a demo. Now they’re back on the crowdfunding trail, launching a second attempt¬†on Kickstarter. They’re after $85k (~¬£52k) this time to take the series timeline from its roots in World War 2 through to end and beyond into the Cold War.

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Some Games Live Forever: Death To Spies 3 Demo

By Adam Smith on May 27th, 2014.

I thought Death For Spies 3 had been garrotted in an alleyway or invited to a polonium picnic. As it happens, despite a prolonged and unexpected stay in a sinister bunker between national borders, the third-person stealth action game is still with us. A failed crowdfunding campaign may have delayed development but a demo has now been released, showing the cold war setting. In-game footage below.

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Why Won’t They Die? Death To Spies 3

By Alec Meer on June 10th, 2010.

There’s a little show about to start. It’s called The Three Es. And it means you might suddenly see a whole lot of trailers appear on this site over the next week or so. It’s okay, you’ll like them. Except the bad ones, which you’ll like to dislike. Let’s start probably somewhere in the middle, with Death To Spies 3. It’s – who ever would have thought it? – the third in the WW2-set kinda-Hitman series, and a level walkthrough is below, plus a few scribblings from me. Well, I say World War II. In fact, it’s gone Cold War…

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