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A pale horse rides
Taking its cues from stealth/action games like Ronin, Gunpoint and Hotline Miami (to a lesser degree), Deadbolt is a fun but slightly flawed experience which is still well worth adding to your collection. It's a little blander and lacking in focus when compared to some of these other games but it still provides enough entertainment to keep you going for a while. Here, you play the Reaper, sent out to quell a sudden uprising of the undead. In your role as the avatar of death, you're given a series of challenging missions (which are dished out by a fireplace) and which require you to take on over thirty-five different enemies across twenty-five levels while having fun with more than thirty weapons, including scythes and grenade launchers. There are a number of objectives to each mission and perhaps one of the key points of interest is that you can complete them however you see fit, making use of a mix of stealth and direct action or taking one or the other as your mood takes you. Deadbolt is certainly an enjoyable game which is perhaps not for the faint-hearted but if you're up to the challenge, you should have some fun here. It's got a nice look to it, with simple, old-school visuals which are remarkably atmospheric thanks to some excellent use of color and some striking design work. The concept is also interesting while the missions are generally varied and fun to complete while maintaining a high level of challenge, thanks partly to the range of weapons and enemies. Things do get quite familiar quickly but the game still proves enjoyable, so if you're after some stealthy action, check it out.