Avant garde stealth nightmare Tangiers is coming to PC, Mac and Linux via Steam on 26th November.
Surreal, mostly monochromatic stealth adventure Tangiers is looking better - and creepier - than ever in its latest trailer.
Ambitious, surreal stealth adventure Tangiers has ended its Kickstarter campaign at £42,006, having achieved its minimum £35,000 goal.
The most striking thing about Tangiers - the upcoming stealth adventure by two-man Bristol-based developer Andalusian - is its bleak, avante garde aesthetic that's all black shadows, sharp angles, and murky fields. At first glance, it would be easy to label a pretentious "art game," but beneath Tangier's dim alleyways and deformed beings it promises to host a surprisingly forward-thinking take on the ever-evolving stealth genre.
Back in May I wrote about a promising looking avant garde stealth adventure called Tangiers and unsurprisingly, it's now on Kickstarter.