Gunpoint is a stealth puzzle game that lets you rewire its levels to trick people. You play as a freelance spy, and your clients hire you to steal sensitive data or technology. You break into high security buildings by rewiring the electronics. You can use a Crosslink gadget to see how all the lights, switches, cameras and doors are wired up, then drag a connection from one to another to make them work however you want.
I've fallen out of a window before. That's a lie, but for the purpose of this intro, let's just go with it, kind of like how comedians always say “I was at the mall the other day.” Anyway, I've fallen out of a window before, but it's never led to a captivating, puzzling adventure in the world of espionage. Luckily, that's exactly what happens in Gunpoint, a 2D noir-style puzzle-platformer that engulfs you in the world of corporate espionage and a murder mystery dipped in humor. Okay, smothered in humor. Everything from the puzzle mechanics and art style to the dialogue and gadgets feels incredibly original. You play as Richard Conway, a freelance spy with trousers that allow him to leap extraordinary distances and fall without getting hurt.... Read Review