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Sir, You Are Being Hunted is a freedom sandbox stealth experience, where each playthrough is unique, thanks to the British Countryside Generator. Escape from these robot-infested islands with violence, trickery and stealth.

It's an odd title, but really fun to play through it's surprising how much it has changed.

  • First-person stealth and survival.
  • Procedurally-generated British landscape.
  • Three biomes to explore: rural, mountainous, and fenland.
  • Infinite replayability in a sandbox world.
  • Powerful, brutal AI that becomes tougher as you play.
  • Tea and biscuits.
  • Foliage-based stealth system.
  • Scavenge to survive.
  • Play as Sir or Madam.
  • Relentless Britishness.

I dare you to find a better tea & biscuit simulator, just kidding it's actually a really good game and well worth the punt for it.

It seems to suffer a few mouse issues forcing me to go into windowed mode, I imagine it's the usual terrible mouse handling in Unity3D on Linux, so be warned that may be an issue for you too.

Apart from the little mouse issue it seems like an all-round fun survival game, I do love a bit of weird British humour, I'm British and it's still weird to me!

You can grab it from Humble Store for a DRM free copy + a Steam key included.
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JoZ3 commented on 3 May 2014 at 6:09 pm UTC

unfortunately for many users of AMD/Catalyst the game does not work But is a great game!!!!

jdub commented on 3 May 2014 at 6:46 pm UTC

Great example of an early access game keeping it's promises

GoCorinthians commented on 4 May 2014 at 1:47 am UTC

Ok. let me try! Seems cool!

fabertawe commented on 5 May 2014 at 12:47 pm UTC
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I've been playing on Linux since the first alpha and still loving it. The Linux support has been there from the off. Superb devs who've been active in the forums and taken feedback from the players to tailor the gameplay.

I've not had the "mouse problem" with this game or any other Unity game, which seems odd! I play fullscreen, maxed settings with a GTX660.

This game has tons of re-playability for me, although not for some others. But then I don't actually play it as intended, which is to collect all the fragments and "end game"... I just like surviving in the beautiful randomly procedurally generated world. One of my favourites, without a doubt.

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