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What if Nixon ditched the gold standard because you stole it all?

2:30 PM on 03.10.2014

Steven Hansen

Features Editor

The Masterplan

Three former Disney Interactive developers have gotten together to form the much better named Shark Punch. On that there website (or embedded above) you can see a teaser for The Masterplan, a 70's styled heist game wherein you assumedly steal all the the United States' gold.

No wonder the country has been so screwed up. They don't teach you everything in history class; for example, Reagan's second mouth in his chest that he used to devour portions of the populous who believed in workers' rights. 

Hand drawn, 2D The Masterplan "blends a physics-based world and a clever AI system with a easy to approach 'real time with pause' user interface." It's slated for 2014 release on PC, Mac, and Linux, so hopefully we'll be able to bring you more on it -- how it plays, for instance -- out of GDC...next week. Oh dear. Let's all play Monaco in the interim.


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The Masterplan

4:00 PM on 09.16.2014
The Masterplan update

Top-down '70s heist simulator The Masterplan now available on Steam Early Access

Beautifully hand-drawn, with a soundtrack that Tarantino might approve of

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