Published on May 5th, 2017 | by Craig Forshey1
Medieval Stealth Puzzler Tergus Sneaks Onto Android
From the developer behind the blocky stealth puzzler SpyCube comes a challenging new spiritual successor called Tergus that has players trade in their spy duds for a medieval adventurers outfit as they quest to undo the curse of an evil wizard. In this 3D pseudo-strategy puzzler from indie developer Mainmint it’s up to players to carefully sneak their way through perilous isometric maps without getting caught by a bevy of nasty critters like roaming skeletons, vicious dire wolves, and other things that go bump in the night. Using simple point & click controls players tap to lay traps, activate switches, and direct their character out of range of enemy detection cones whenever they come near. Large maps allow room for open ended gameplay and give players several different ways to approach most obstacles. In addition to the main campaign there are extra unlockable skins and an added random challenge mode. Stealth game aficionados will want to take a look at this medieval style take on the genre.
Tergus is free to download on Google Play.