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Brutally Tough Platformer Stealth Inc is on Sale for $0.99 and You Should Buy it

Posted by Rob Rich on April 3rd, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: SUPER-SPLINTER-MEAT-CELL-BOY :: Read Review »

Stealth Inc is a very awesome (and very difficult) platformer that we thought pretty highly of when it came out back in November.

This brutal (in every sense of the word) plarformer won us - well, me anyway - over with it's slick style, tight controls, unrelenting difficulty, and charm. What? Ridiculously violent and challenging games can be charming, too! Anyway it's currently priced at $0.99, which is beyond worth it.

Seriously, if you like platformers and haven't played Stealth Inc yet (or have played it but wouldn't mind having it on your phone), $0.99 is a steal.

Stealth Inc. Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Rob Rich on November 14th, 2013
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: SUPER-SPLINTER-MEAT-CELL-BOY
This stealthy survival-platformer has made the trip to iOS with all of its important bits intact.
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Stealth Inc Sneaks its Way Onto the App Store Next Week, Bringing a 10 Hour Campaign with 80 Levels With it

Posted by Andrew Stevens on November 8th, 2013

Things are about to get sneaky and stealthy! Curve Studios announced that Stealth Inc will be available on the App Store next week, November 14. This premium title features all 80 original levels of its stealthy puzzle/platformer gameplay. Its main campaign takes close to 10 hours to complete, and it has over 1,800 community levels which are available through a one time in-app purchase.

“Stealth Inc has been synonymous with Curve since we first released the original version two years ago last week. It’s a game that’s very close to our hearts, and we’ve put all of our care and attention into making sure the iOS release is every bit as enjoyable and challenging as the PlayStation version.” said Jason Perkins, Curve Managing Director, in a press release.