When you wake up in a location that seems oddly familiar to you, all you know for sure is that you must avoid capture and try to escape. In Rogue Agent, you will move quickly, hide in the shadows, and hope that you can outrun the eyes of the enemy agents who will take you down.
With 52 maps to slide through, you will have to be very sneaky and plan your moves carefully. You will tap the spot you want to move to and double-tap to run, which is definitely necessary in many cases. The watchful agents will spot you in no time, so review their paths and use the shadows to plan your next move. Take a look at this trailer for Rogue Agent and just click here if you cannot see the video:
Gadgets and games
You will use odd gadgets like the Quick Clone and Scramble Suit. And, with mini games you can practice your hacking and lock picking skills. Rogue Agent has Game Center support, so revealing yourself on the leaderboards and capturing those achievements are part of the glory. You can also unlock developer commentaries, secret levels, and check out the replay system.
The graphics in Rogue Agent are quite interesting in that they are subtle but suitable to the theme of the game. And, the music and sounds are perfect for sneaky, agent action. The game is challenging in that you must really plan out your moves, but brings a great satisfaction when you successfully complete a level. For a unique experience, this one is a terrific addition to the strategy game genre.
Rogue Agent is designed for both iPhone and iPad. It is available for $2.99 on the App Store with in-app purchases for packs to unlock items. For more new games, take a look at Try your luck in the challenging Tower of Fortune 3 or Explore a mystical world from a cardboard box in Sky Chasers.