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NEON STRUCT: Die Augen der Welt is a political thriller stealth game from the developers of Eldritch and it will be on Linux. We have early screen-shots for you to burn your eyes with.

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The developer said this about their new project:

QuoteNEON STRUCT is an adventure story, set in an alternate history world with a deliberately 1980s sci-fi vibe. (“2015 as envisioned in 1985″ was how I described it at inception.) It has something to say, but it needs to be entertaining as well. It does not need to take itself too seriously, but it does need to depict the subject matter in an internally consistent way. And because it’s a video game, it has to harmonize with the gamut of player behavior.


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-Single-player, first-person, story-oriented stealth game
-Narrative inspired by modern surveillance issues
-Woman protagonist in an Edward Snowden-like role
-Focus on pure stealth; no guns, minimal violence
-Handcrafted, non-linear levels
-On Windows, Mac, and Linux in early 2015

An exciting sounding game from proven developers, can't wait to see more.

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Hamish 9 June 2014 at 5:07 pm UTC
Looks interesting, it could be the Indie Deus Ex.

But damn, I really do need to buy Eldritch!
DrMcCoy 9 June 2014 at 5:43 pm UTC
Looking forward to that game.

And I'm glad that the title is correct German and not some mock-German or incorrectly inflected or something.
stan 9 June 2014 at 10:14 pm UTC
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Sounds and looks good.
philip550c 9 June 2014 at 11:26 pm UTC
DrMcCoyLooking forward to that game.

And I'm glad that the title is correct German and not some mock-German or incorrectly inflected or something.
I was thinking something similar to you.
scaine 10 June 2014 at 6:41 am UTC
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Looks like there's a film (1920) by the same name. Any idea if there's a relation?
Samsai 10 June 2014 at 10:24 am UTC
scaineLooks like there's a film (1920) by the same name. Any idea if there's a relation?
I doubt it. We are talking about indie developers here and the dev hasn't mentioned anything about related films on Twitter. My guess is that it's just coincidence.
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