Just released on Steam, Invisible, Inc. tasks players with infiltrating the world’s most dangerous corporations by taking control of stealthy, secret agents. The developer, Klei Entertainment, has impressed gamers in the past with titles such as Mark of the Ninja and Don’t Starve, and this new cyberpunk adventure received very positive reviews during its Early Access. While you’re sleuthing around corners and avoiding detection, stop by the Invisible, Inc. Wiki on Gamepedia to learn more about the game’s playable characters, missions, and more.
Something awesome is always happening here at Gamepedia and we hate to see hard work from our fantastic community go unnoticed. We've had quite a few new wikis launch lately for upcoming games and we want to make sure that these get their share of the limelight. This edition of NWR comes with five new fantastic wikis for you to check out and contribute to!
As the title suggests, you play through the game from the perspective of a goat. If you haven't seen the trailer yet, it is highly recommended that you swing by the wiki to see what gameplay possibilities are out there, such as you, as a goat, hurling through the air. The latest feature added allows you to lick something, which sticks to your tongue, meaning you can run around the game with an axe flinging about your goat. Goat Simulator also features realistic physics and destructible objects.
Not your average trading card game, Hand of Fate combines cards and adventuring. The game takes place in a cabin at the end of the world where you play a game of cards to determine your fate. The twist with Hand of Fate is that is a card based roguelike, where the cards you collect deal out the dungeon floor in which you adventure. With tons of gear and encounters to unlock, and deck building mechanics that allow for your adventure to be customized, a successful Kickstarter campaign is no surprise!
A non-linear 3D shooter with RPG elements, Insula takes place on an island where there was an accident and now both humans and animals have mutated. Not only do you need to fight the locals, but people interested in what happened also need to be dealt with and they do not have you in their best interests. Insula features loads of quests to work through and multiple player modes!
Available for Early Access Alpha, Invisible, Inc is working its way through alpha and is inviting early adopters to be a part of the development process. A turn based game of espionage, Invisible, Inc is about teams of agents pitted against each other to complete goals, such as hacking computers and breaking into safes, but most importantly, surviving and escaping to the next level!
Created by Starbreeze Studios, Storm is in pre-alpha and slated to be a first person shooter set in a science fiction backdrop. Starbreeze, who has given us games like The Darkness and the Syndicate revival, has not released much information about Storm yet, but it is speculated to be a dark and gritty game in the same flavor of their other releases. Keep an eye on the wiki for details to come!
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Featuring a AAA all-star development team, Project Phoenix will have its official wiki hosted at Gamepedia! Project Phoenix has just over two weeks left for its Kickstarter campaign. This game is a combination of squad-based RTS and JRPG, available for Windows, Linux and Mac, with plans to port to iOS and Android mobile platforms. It is currently single player, but there are ideas for both multiplayer and co-op. Project Phoenix has reached its funding goal, but you can help support stretch goals by becoming a backer!
Project Phoenix has three areas of gameplay: Exploration, Character Development and Combat. Exploration includes traveling to different stunning locations where you can explore diverse areas and experience different cultures. Character Development allows for experience, gear and more for each member of your squad. There will also be collectible members to pick up in the game, to have a more customized experience. Combat includes two different modes, story battles and random battles. While story battles take place in areas which progress the story, random battles happen dynamically, sometimes through story progression, but mostly through exploration.
Starting at one dollar, you can become a backer for Project Phoenix! $20 will get you a digital download and closed beta access. Want access to special developer forums? The Developer tier has just that! Not only do you get to give your direct input straight to the game's developers, but a physical Collector's Edition signed by the development team comes with the Developer tier.
After you've backed Project Phoenix on Kickstarter, check out the official wiki and become a contributor! Not sure how to help out? The Official Project Phoenix Wiki has its own help page and Gamepedia now has a dedicated Help Wiki! In addition, you may interact with Gamepedia staff and community members in the IRC channels.