Humorous stealth game The Spy Who Shrunk Me comes out on December 18th
Game developer Catland Ltd. from Finland will launch The Spy Who Shrunk Me for PC on December 18th. Virtual reality version will come out during the first quarter of 2019.
“The Spy Who Shrunk Me is a fully voice acted narrative experience where you get to drive a miniature car, drop people down paper shredders and do other crazy stuff in the 80s Moscow!”, comments Tomi Toikka, CEO of Catland. “Missions range from hacking servers, sabotaging equipment, extracting targets and taking out key personnel to saving the world itself from the Soviet menace! Fans of the old classic No One Lives Forever games can rejoice – this game is a huge love letter to the legendary spy game series.”
The Spy Who Shrunk Me is launching on Steam Early Access and stays there until the VR edition is ready for prime time. The PC game in Early access is playable from start to finish with many exciting missions where you get to save the world before the Cold War turns red hot! More gadgets will be added to the game while cooking up the VR edition.
Catland Ltd., CEO Tomi Toikka, +358 45 846 1006, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Spy Who Shrunk Me
The Spy Who Shrunk Me is a comedic stealth game. The player gets to be super agent Audrey Smoothspy armed with a shrink ray and a host of exotic and unusual spy gadgets – such as banana peel! Staying hidden from guards and traversing many exciting locales, the hero unravels a terrifying secret in 1980s Moscow which threatens to turn the Cold War into a fiery one. The game features immersive first person stealth gameplay that blends scale-bending shrink ray mechanics, tongue-in-cheek humour and a hilarious 80s aesthetic. Go crazy by shrinking enemies and dropping them down toilets or use stealth and subterfuge to get past enemies undetected. The game can be completed without harming a single soul.
The Spy Who Shrunk Me will be released on Steam in December 18th, 2018. Virtual reality version will come out during the first quarter of 2019. The game includes both PC and VR versions for the same price and is fully playable in both modes with additional interactivity offered in the VR version. The game in VR requires motion controllers and room-scale setup to play, supporting the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift with Touch controllers and Microsoft Mixed Reality headsets.
Catland Ltd was founded in 2017. Catland aims to create games that embrace insanity – wacky experiences that make players think “what the hell are we playing right now”. Catland games are for PC and virtual reality platforms. The Catland offices are currently in Tampere, Finland and Catland has four employees. Catland released its first title Taphouse VR on October 2017. Catland secured its seed funding round led by legendary Finnish game developers and investors Sisu Game Ventures (run by Remedy founder Samuli Syvähuoko), Jaakko Manninen (CTO of Vizor), Sami Vanhatalo (Remedy founder and Combo Breaker chairman) and Niko Punin (renowned entrepreneur and business angel). Learn more at https://www.catland.studio/.