Stealth games often involve watching and waiting, studying behavior patterns and moving only when the time is right. Interference looks to have some of that, but mixes in a unique twist: certain areas can be treated as if they were sliding block puzzles, and the player can move elements of the environment around to suit his needs.
The genre hybrid itself is a lot to take in all at once. While the trailer starts off looking like a fairly standard (though beautifully presented) stealth action platformer set in a cyberpunk environment, it quickly shifts its focus to the puzzle aspect. The result is something that looks wholly unique, and certainly intriguing.
Interference is currently taking votes on Steam Greenlight and is seeking funding on Indiegogo. Thankfully, there are also demos available for Windows and Mac, for those who want to try it out before putting up money in support.
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