Posts Tagged ‘The Hit’

Open World Multiplayer Stealth: The Hit Launches Kickstarter

By Graham Smith on June 25th, 2014.

There’s so much more we could do with open, urban environments than simply layering the structure of crime movies on top of them. For starters, we could make our violent missions dynamic, utilising the vast crowds of the city. That’s what The Hit intends to do. It sets you a contract – which could be another player or one of the city’s procedural NPCs – and then you set out to find and kill your target. Also players will experience dreams.

We covered it previously, but its one-man indie developer has now launched the project on Kickstarter, the home of dreams.

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Flowing Traffic: Steam Greenlights Another 75 Games

By Graham Smith on June 13th, 2014.

MORE GAMES. MORE GAMES.

“Hmm? What’s that?” Valve spins around its chair, suddenly noticing the noise. “E3 just happened and we didn’t release any trailers for far away, in-development games? Right. Yeah, I guess you’re right about that.” Valve reaches over and pulls a rusting level by its desk. *k-k-k-thunk* Seventy-five new games have been greenlit, making their way through the community voting process to now have the right to release and sell their games through the service. This batch includes ADOM, Northern Shadow, The Hit, and a ton more obscure games.

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DevLog Watch: Cogmind, Fritz, Tiny Wizard

By Graham Smith on May 12th, 2014.

Games: a bit varied, really.

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> ARE YOU RECEIVING THIS?

> Sorry, I had caps lock on. I've been trying to contact you for a fortnight, but a sinister threat has kept us apart. These "bank holiday Mondays" can only be the work of the Indie Cabal, hoping to keep their ranks closed by preventing the dissemination of hot, new GIFs and links to in-development games. But they can't stop our work. Come, dive quickly below. This message is beyond their reach, but not for long.

> Self repairing robots! The Great War! Unshitty wizards!

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DevLog Watch: The Hit, Infinitesimals, The Masterplan

By Graham Smith on April 14th, 2014.

A strange comic.

current mood: Optimistic
current song: Lou Reed – NYC Man

It’s a Monday and you’re back at work, but outside your window the sun is shining. You know you’re going to go into it later and have an adventure, but for now things aren’t so bad. You have friends here. You have music playing. Boots had your favourite sandwich in stock for your £3.29 lunchtime meal deal. And there’s a collection of in-development games to browse, to help you get excited about the future.

Dreams! Pilotable spider robots! Heists!

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