Trilby: The Art of Theft – Heist 7

Finally – the last mission! Enjoy.

Heist 7: 4 minutes and 50 seconds, $970 in loot, no tasers or alarms.

Here’s the description I posted over at YouTube:

This is it! The last mission. Hope you’ve enjoyed watching the videos so far!

I don’t mind saying that this actually took me quite a few tries. It took me an otherwise good attempt to realise that there was some loot in the “C” shelf in the end room, and there were a few attempts where I missed the par time by a couple of seconds. I really nailed it in this run though 🙂

This video (like all the others I’ve done) includes the end cutscene, and also includes the final rank and closing notes.

I don’t know if I’ll bother with the bonus heist – after all, it’s just the same seven missions again, and I hear there’s a bug where the game forgets your RP and loot after mission three. At the very least, I won’t be doing it anytime soon.

Anyway, thanks for watching. Enjoy!

Trilby: The Art of Theft is a new game by Zero Punctuation author and prominent Indie Game designer Yahtzee. You can find out all the details here:

By the way, I have finished the bonus heist with the cream suit. The welding minigame is spectacular.


5 Comments so far

  1. Gusto on January 4th, 2008

    Yeah, the welding minigame is pretty neat. An unexpected gem in an already solid game.

    I actually found unlocking it pretty easy. all you have to do is FINISH the final heist wearing the suit. I think i finished with 1 alarm and 1 tazer left, with the forgetfulness perk. The loot bonus helps a lot too, letting you complete a mission faster.

    Great set of walkthroughs by the way. Videos are really the medium of choice for Art of Theft.

  2. Terry on January 5th, 2008

    Cheers 🙂 Yeah, the welding minigame was indeed awesome. I’m sorta surprised, though, that it hasn’t been more widely discussed.

  3. Someone on February 4th, 2008

    Yes, Welding game… although I could have used something a little better… I would love to show the world the Welding Minigame but then again, that would be boring.

  4. Terry on February 4th, 2008

    Well, yeah, it’s more fun this way 🙂

  5. kaoD on July 22nd, 2010

    There is actually no welding minigame, is there?

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