Tampere-based developer Catland has announced that their comedic stealth game The Spy Who Shrunk Me launches for PC on 18 December, with a VR version slated for the first quarter of 2019.
In The Spy Who Shrunk Me, the player stays hidden from guards and traverses many exciting locales as “super agent Audrey Smoothspy” – armed with a shrink ray and a host of exotic and unusual spy gadgets – to unravel a terrifying secret in 1980s Moscow which threatens to turn the Cold War into a fiery one.
Check out the announcement trailer:
“The Spy Who Shrunk Me is a fully voice-acted narrative experience where you get to drive a miniature car, drop people down paper shredders and do other crazy stuff in 80s Moscow,” says Catland CEO Tomi Toikka. “Missions range from hacking servers, sabotaging equipment, extracting targets and taking out key personnel to saving the world itself from the Soviet menace. Fans of the classic No One Lives Forever games can rejoice – this game is a huge love letter to that legendary spy game series.”