SpyParty Chris Hecker had SpyParty on display across three stations, each designated for a particular skill level. One was designated for newcomers, while the other two were for others with more experience. Hecker emphasized that SpyParty is at its best when everyone's on a level playing field. For the uninitiated, SpyParty has two online players matching wits, one as a Spy and the other as a Sniper. The idea is for the Spy to bring out his inner James Bond and blend in at a high-end cocktail party. The Spy must complete various tasks, like transfer microfilm, contact a Double Agent, and plant a bug on an ambassador. The Sniper must attempt to deduce which of of the partygoers is the spy and pick them off. If the Sniper picks the wrong target, the Spy automatically wins, so the game becomes an anxious game of cat-and-mouse.
Ozzie Mejia posted a new article, Indie favorites from Evo 2013.
Between catching some of Evo 2013's multiple tournament, I check out some of the indie titles on-hand, including SpyParty, Towerfall, Super Comboman, and Super Space _____.