[In active development] Pixel Heist, a round-based heist game you can play with/against your friends

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  1. yeswecamp

    yeswecamp New Member

    Nov 29, 2017
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    More information and free download at: https://yeswecamp.itch.io/pixel-heist

    Since a long time now I worked on a multiplayer game called "Pixel Heist". Its a round-based game, where 2 teams (cops vs robbers) try to execute/prevent the perfect bank heist. It includes an offline tutorial and an online mode (steam) to play with friends.

    I am looking for groups of people that test the multiplayer game mode, it would be awesome if you could report some bugs or give some general feedback, this would really mean a lot to me!


    - smuggle a bomb to the main vault and blow it up

    - use the main entrance, the back door or climb up the roof and destroy some windows to gain access

    - disguise yourself as a civilian and hide between NPCs

    - assassinate bank employee NPCs and use their clothing as disguise

    - set plants on fire, trigger the fire alarm and open fire doors

    - shoot the bank cops or the robbers

    The goals for robbers:

    - smuggle the bomb to the safe, blow it up, steal cash and jewelery, get your filled bags back to the escape helicopter and enter it

    - alternatively, kill all the cops (they have limited respawns) or hope that a cop shoots a civilian NPC

    The goals for cops:

    - identify the robbers (they look like normal civilan NPCs and can change their clothing to look like employees) and kill them

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    More information and free download at: https://yeswecamp.itch.io/pixel-heist
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  2. zizulot

    zizulot New Member

    Nov 6, 2017
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    Good idea , I like it honestly , keep up mate ;)

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