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The Masterplan Heist Game Coming To Linux This Year

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Can you pull off the greatest heist in the history of mankind? Well you can sure try this year when The Masterplan comes out.

It's sort-of like a reverse Door Kickers, which is great to see and the graphics look really quite detailed for a cartoony top-down game.

Drawing inspiration from both legendary tactical turn-based games and classic heist movies alike, the goal of The Masterplan is to put together the right crew, get the right equipment, and finally plan and execute the biggest heist ever.

Set in the early 1970s, the game features beautiful hand-drawn 2D art and an authentic soundtrack recorded by a real band. The gameplay blends a physics-based world and a clever AI system with an easy to approach "real time with pause" user interface.

You can see some early game-play here from GDC:

Looks exciting and I can't wait for it to come out, what do you folks think? Article taken from
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DrMcCoy 14 Apr, 2014
So it's like The Clue!?
Konspiracy 14 Apr, 2014
Looks like a crappy version of The Sting, witch is The Clue 2!
Rob on Linux 15 Apr, 2014
I gues sthe developers never played the game Monaco.
pd12 15 Apr, 2014
^ lol Rob, I was thinking - is this Monaco 2?
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