A game about conducting cyber-heists from behind a PC screen
Quadrilateral Cowboy is a puzzle video game by independent developer Blendo Games. Player takes the role of a computer hacker in the 1980s, armed with a “top-of-the-line hacking deck outfitted with a 56.6k modem and a staggering 256k RAM”. The game is played from the first-person perspective. The player acts as the hacker overseeing one or more adept agents that have missions to infiltrate buildings and steal documents. Quadrilateral Cowboy is a strange, fantastic journey that will likely charm and test you in equal measure. The latest from the creator of Gravity Bone and Atom Zombie Smasher is a weird and heartfelt espionage adventure you won’t soon forget.
Relase date: July 25, 2016
Developer: Blendo Games
Genre: Acton, Adventure, Indie
OS: Win 7 64
OS: Win 7 64
- Single-player first-person adventure in a cyberpunk world. Tread lightly through security systems with your hacking deck and grey-market equipment.
- Players are challenged to pull off heists with a variety of tools, hardware, and cybernetic enhancements. Pull out your portable hacking deck and punch instructions into the commmand-line interface. Subvert, sneak, and break your way past building defenses.
- Be Creative. Create the program with appropriate timing to allow them to make it through the various obstacles without triggering additional alarms.
Quadrilateral Cowboy Trailer
Quadrilateral Cowboy Reviews:
Quadrilateral Cowboy is a clever puzzle game bursting with personality. It makes you feel like an incredibly accomplished computer hacker and agent of espionage. Tactile hacking and fun gadgets make these cyber-crimes shine. Blendo Games put together a highly polished, surprisingly enjoyable product - one which every gamer should at least consider playing at some point.