After pretty much an eternity, the indie co-op heist game Monaco is available for pre-order! So instead of wasting your time and filling out an entire paragraph of text before I get to the juicy link, I'll cut to the chase:
Go here to pre-order Monaco.
By doing so you'll not only receive a 10 percent discount, but some bonus extras: a copy of the prototype game from 2010 which won the IGF (now renamed "Monte Carlo"), two tracks from the soundtrack, and sheet music for the main theme. I loved the game at PAX East, and have only grown more fond of it after being in the beta. Coordinating heists with friends is an absolute blast.
When is it out? Well, some time next year. Probably spring. Maybe.
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