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Mi-Clos Studio and Goblinz Studio have together announced their turn-based futuristic global cold war sim is now releasing April 18th.

In the turn-based single player Sigma Theory, the world is plunged into a new global cold war after the discovery of a groundbreaking scientific discovery that will radically change humanity’s destiny. Players take charge of their own agency - staffing it with their best, brightest and most ruthless - in order to get their chosen nation ahead in a deadly conflict that is fought in the shadows. Heavily inspired by real-life events; and shaped by the hands-on intelligence experience of the developers who previously created the award-winning Out There, Sigma Theory allows for a fascinating glimpse into a near-future that is closer to reality than many would think.

It's going to release for Linux on the same-day too and they have a new trailer to show off:

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Features:

  • A bold new take on the espionage game genre, set during a future global cold war
  • Recruit your team from 50 unique spies and field agents
  • Turn-based strategical and tactical-level gameplay
  • Order your spies to conduct operations all over the world
  • Experience tense and thrilling exfiltration missions where you guide your agents on a covert operation to extract high-value targets from foreign cities
  • Infiltrate the enemy’s Sigma programs, abducting, coercing, and seducing scientists to your side
  • Deploy your drone fleet to turn operations in your favor
  • Deceive or cooperate with your rivals during diplomatic summits

You can follow it on Steam and if pre-orders are your thing you can do so on their website and get beta access.

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hardpenguin 8 Feb, 2019
Mi-Clos Studio is a great studio and that means this game is most likely amazing
buenaventura 8 Feb, 2019
Quoteafter the discovery of a groundbreaking scientific discovery

Oh come on ^__^'
scaine 8 Feb, 2019
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buenaventura
Quoteafter the discovery of a groundbreaking scientific discovery

Oh come on ^__^'

I might be wrong, but I think they may have discovered something.
Keyrock 8 Feb, 2019
scaine
buenaventura
Quoteafter the discovery of a groundbreaking scientific discovery

Oh come on ^__^'

I might be wrong, but I think they may have discovered something.
It's possible you've just discovered their discovery of a discovery. Hopefully you can get this patented before someone else discovers your discovery of their discovery of a discovery.
TheSyldat 8 Feb, 2019
buenaventura
Quoteafter the discovery of a groundbreaking scientific discovery

Oh come on ^__^'
If only you knew how many way worse rough transliteration are still in the game ...

I think the localization team has not been contacted just yet ... or hasn't caught all of its rough sketch remains


Last edited by TheSyldat on 8 February 2019 at 5:16 pm UTC
Purple Library Guy 8 Feb, 2019
I remember there being an article about this here before. Quick search . . . there were two articles about this here before.
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The second one
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