Incognita is now called Invisible, Inc.

2:45 PM on 01.16.2014

Alasdair Duncan

Contributor

I just got that...

Klei's strategy espionage title Incognita has been on my radar for a while and now the game has been re-christened as Invisible, Inc. I loved its previous game Mark of the Ninja, (Hey, Don't Starve is good too) and stealth games in general so I'm really keen to get some hands-on time.

From the trailer above it looks to me like a cross between Gunpoint, Shadowrun Returns, and Frozen Synapse but of course it's the highly stylized art that my eyes are drawn to. Trench coats (the non-pervert kind), angular chins and long skinny legs... love it.

Invisible, Inc. is in alpha but you can buy the game for $16.99 to get in on the action straight away. I'm more than comfortable waiting until the full game is released which can't come soon enough. 

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