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New teaser for indie sci-fi action title STEALER


6:00 PM on 11.30.2012



Journey to Hammerdale designer Winged Doom dropped this teaser for another project, STEALER. Formerly intended to be a, "100% clone of Flashback," according to its ModDB page, the title has since changed to become an original game. Winged Doom references block-pushing title Sokoban in the description for the platform game which is also placing a focus on exploration.

The trailer is pretty cool, but I'm not getting much of an impression of how it's actually going to play from it. Will I be pushing blocks around to gain access to areas or carrying them? Will they be put on buttons or is it just a height thing?

So many questions. Still, I love me some sci-fi sprite art and this stuff looks neat. That much is satisfying enough for now, but I hope future reveals offer a little more gameplay.

[via IndieGames]






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