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Watch SpyParty's new character models ANIMATED!


9:00 PM on 08.19.2013



While SpyParty's new character models and environments aren't ready to be pushed into the open beta quite yet, Chris Hecker, creator of the game, is giving us weekly sneak-peeks at the new models in action. While these videos might not seem like much, when the models and animations are compared to the current ones, everything is put into perspective. 

Mr. Hecker is posting updates on the official website a few times a week, with a little written blurb to accompany them. The plan is to have a build of SpyParty with the new coat of paint "limping along" for PAX Prime at the end of August, though it will be "more like a tech demo tacked onto the side of the game than a competition quality map at this early date." If you're going to PAX Prime, make sure to check out the fancy version for me, ok?








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7:00 PM on 08.11.2014
Look at these SpyParty characters talk!

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12:00 PM on 05.22.2014
SpyParty adds five more characters to its roster

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9:00 PM on 05.14.2014
Ain't no party like a SpyParty

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11:30 AM on 01.09.2014
Something's off about this SpyParty video

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11:00 AM on 08.08.2013
SpyParty's new environments are warm, cool, & Scooby Doo

Though it's quite endearing the current visual style of SpyParty sorta looks like crud. We already know that the game is getting an artistic revamp, but so far we've only seen the new character art. Well, of course the e...more



12:15 PM on 06.05.2013
SpyParty open beta kicks off the festivities

At long last, SpyParty has arrived! Well, sort of. The highly anticipated game of subtlety and misdirection isn't quite finished just yet, but that doesn't mean you can't get in on the action right now. Chris Hecker has launc...more




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