Posts Tagged ‘Stealth Bastard’

Stealth Inc 2 Is Stealth Bastarding Onto PC In April

By Shaun Green on March 8th, 2015.

Stealth Inc 2 screenshot

Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark, aka. Stealth Bastard: Tactical Espionage Arsehole, was a rather excellent murderous puzzle sneak ‘em up. It was a Windows freebie first, then an updated version was released on Steam, and so it was a little disappointing when the sequel turned out to be a Wii U exclusive (albeit providing further justification for my decision to buy one).

Prepare for stealth jubilation, however, because Curve Studios have confirmed that Stealth Inc 2 [official site] is coming to PC. Perhaps it was there all along, lurking in the shadows?

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Wot I Think: Stealth Bastard Deluxe

By Adam Smith on November 28th, 2012.

80% Stealth, 90% Deluxe, 100% Bastard. Stealth Bastard Deluxe has the subtitle Tactical Espionage Arsehole and that may be all you need to know, but I’ll tell you wot I think anyway.

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More Bastardly: Stealth Bastard Deluxe

By Adam Smith on October 25th, 2012.

The word 'bastard' wasn't allowed in game titles back when I was a lad so we called them 'Bad Dudes' instead.

I felt like I should have paid somebody at least a pound or two when I played Stealth Bastard last year. What began as an experiment in stripping stealth mechanics down to their furtive fundamentals was released as the speedy and stylish offspring of Metal Gear and Super Meat Boy. Next month, anyone who did play the free version and found it pleasing will be able to purchase Stealth Bastard Deluxe from Steam. The price isn’t available yet, but the Deluxification comes in the form of eighty levels, new equipment, a connecting narrative and “lots of new ways to die”. There’s a trailer for the non-deluxe below and that version will remain available even after the Steam release. Discover it here.

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Silent Asshat: Stealth Bastard

By Alec Meer on November 7th, 2011.

You have 20 megabytes to comply

Taking up my trusty, weatherbeaten pickaxe’o’electronic delights, I chip another gleaming nugget from the mountain of indie games lurking in the RPS inbox. What new gem will I mine this time? It has a fine name indeed. That name is Stealth Bastard: Tactical Espionage Arsehole. It has a core philosophy, and that philosophy is “why does stealth need to be so slow?” Turns out, it doesn’t.
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