Trilby: The Art of Theft – Heist 1


I just posted a big review of Yahtzee’s new game Trilby: The Art of Theft over at TIGSource. It basically says that it’s brilliant, that all games should be like it, etcetera, etcetera. I also posted an annoucement a few days ago at Indygamer Blogspot when I first came across it. It’s the first game I’ve come across while writing for TIGSource that I liked enough to cross post, heh. It’s really good – if you’re into indie games at all you should check it out – I’m adding it to my favourites list.

I made a video to demonstrate it, since it’s hard to get the atmosphere of this one across in screenshots.

Heist 1: 1 minute and 32 seconds, $635 in loot, no tasers or alarms.


5 Comments so far

  1. Verious on November 14th, 2007

    That game looks pretty cool, I’ll have to give it a try.

    The video reminds me a lot of Elevator Action.

  2. Terry on November 14th, 2007

    Haven’t played that, I’m afraid. 🙁

  3. Jon on November 9th, 2008

    Strange how you already have the duck and roll upgrade at level 1…. How did you accomplish that?

  4. Terry on November 9th, 2008

    Is that a serious question? What do you think I did? 😛

    I also have the reasonable doubt skill.

  5. Jared on February 14th, 2009

    Locking picking level 2 otherwise it is impossible to get a perfect on level 1.

    Great walkthrough though helped me out a lot on some later levels.

    Still have problems getting perfect scores.

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