Staring off into space. Drumming a desk with your fingers. Loading the Facebook app on your phone for the fifth time in 20 minutes. Then, it happens: the a-ha moment where experimentation has a baby with logic and a previously “impossible” puzzle is solved. There are many moments like this in Quadrilateral Cowboy, the…
Quadrilateral Cowboy is a hacker heist game from the developer of Thirty Flights of Loving, and though I haven’t finished it yet, it’s excellent. I hope to have more to say about it this week, but if you’re on the fence, don’t be!
Quadrilateral Cowboy, a long-in-development hacking game from the brilliant designer behind Thirty Flights of Loving and Gravity Bone, hits on July 25. It’ll launch first on Windows, with Mac and Linux in September.
Kotaku video editor Chris Person and I are not thieves, but if there was one game we'd like to have absconded with last weekend at the PAX East show in Boston, it was Quadrilateral Cowboy. Watch the video, and you too might be considering a brief flirtation with crime.