At the start of the year indie publisher Noodlecake Studios showed off a bunch of the games it planned to launch this year and has been steadily delivering. Not too long after the launches of Getting Over It and 3D platformer Suzy Cube, the Canadian publisher has released a beta version of mobile stealth game Sneak Ops.
Developed by Gritmaniacs, Sneak Ops is almost exclusively a stealth game, requiring players to methodically figure out guard and camera patterns in order to walk right past security (or knock out unsuspecting guards). Being spotted means game over or at least a trip back to the last checkpoint. As players sneak their way past cameras, lasers and guards, they will find diskettes that allow them to save their game at designated checkpoints and help determine their score at the end of each mission.
The methodical sneaking is occasionally broken up by sections that require players to think on their feet. These sections usually occur when players enter rooms without any breathable air, making moving towards the exit a priority. Or players might get chased by alerted guards after they make a little too much noise.
Sneak Ops is free and contains ads and in app purchases. Here is a trailer with a look at the game:
Interested? Check out stealth game on Google Play.