Crack the code in Klei's tactical-espionage game Incognita
Klei Entertainment is moving away from wilderness survival and into the realm of turn-based tactical espionage.
The Vancouver, Canada-based developer of stealth game Mark of the Ninja and sandbox title Don't Starve has announced a new game, Incognita. Fans can head over to the official site to download wallpapers or sign up for email updates. It also features a hidden page with code to decipher. A user on Klei's forums cracked it and provided some hints.
Incognita will release for PC, Mac and iPad, and Linux. The open alpha launch will be later in the summer, according to RPS.
Klei also developed the Shank beat-em-ups and platformer N+, and its games are generally well-regarded. Whatever's Incognita entails, I'm sure it'll be good.