Nic Healey from CNET, here on the show floor at PAX Australia 2015, checking out even more of the great indie games in the show.
My name is Travers Dunkinson, I'm the lead designer and director at Atomizer Games.
We're here at PAX Australia 2015 showing off [INAUDIBLE] Heist is a noir cat burglar game where you use non-lethal tools to get in, get it, and get out.
So we're using light mechanics which is the main visibility of whether or not the AI guards can see you or not.
We've got some sound mechanics which plays to the tools where you can distract guards away or if you run you'll create noise and that will attract guards.
So there's a cost benefit there with running.
We just launched our Greenlight the other day.
We're currently in an alpha stage at the moment.
And we've worked very hard to just try and make that a bit prettier.
We'll be working very hard in the next few months, trying to fill out more content and actually get to a complete state.
We've been producing it, in production for about two years now.
There's four of us on the team, and a composer has joined on board about a From a month or two ago, it's been really good.
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