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The Midas Heist

by Kees Sommer

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Operating System(s):
Windows
Game Genre:
Contemporary
Game Type:
Other
Story Type:
Original
Release Date:
2 Jul 2017
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A short stealth game created for the 114th one hour game jam, featuring the theme "the Midas touch". This version is slightly edited from the one made within the span of an hour. Note: contains mild sexual and drug references.

1 people commented on this game (newest first):


The Midas Heist is a clever little stealth-em-up type game made all the more impressive by the fact that it was apparently made in one hour. Make your way through a series of randomly generated screens turning items into gold an reaching the exit without getting caught by the little guard blobs.

If it hadn't been made for a one-hour game jam, I would have a lot of problems with it but it's really well done, considering.
2018-06-04 02:17:43 by Stupot
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