It’s been awhile since we last had a chance to take a look at Tangiers, developer Andalusian’s visually striking stealth game set in a bleakly twisted world. Our own Jay Petrequin provided a rundown of what to expect from this haunting adventure, inspired by the works of David Lynch and William S Burroughs in a Kickstarter Watch last year. We’re happy to say that Andalusian has made steady progress on the game since we last reported on it, successfully achieving £42,006, or 120% of their Kickstarter campaigns funding goal as well as having the game Greenlit on Steam.
Thankfully, it seems the team has put their successes to good use, as the latest batch of work in progress screens from Tangiers look striking, with a tangible sense of foreboding and isolation. The atmosphere of these gloomy vistas and dingy corridors really sets the mood for this dire adventure and are a marked improvement over the images we first laid eyes on last year. We can’t wait to get lost in this desolate open world when the game is finally released. Check out the gallery for a closer look at these ominous locales you’ll be able to explore when Tangiers lands on Mac and PC platforms (with other, unannounced platforms to be announced) later this year.
So, what do you think of the ominous sandbox Andalusian has been crafting for Tangiers? Let us know in the comments below, and stay tuned for more news on this surreal stealth title as it becomes available.