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Welcome to the School of Stealth, a GMTK miniseries on how stealth games work. In episode one, I’m going to tackle guard perception and awareness. How do guards see and hear, and how do different solutions lead to different game experiences? Subscribe to ensure you catch future episodes.

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Games shown in this episode (in order of appearance)

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (Konami, 2004)
Splinter Cell: Blacklist (Ubisoft Toronto, 2013)
Dishonored (Arkane Studios, 2012)
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (Kojima Productions, 2014)
Assassin's Creed II (Ubisoft Montreal, 2009)
Batman: Arkham Knight (Rocksteady Studios, 2015)
Mark of the Ninja (Klei Entertainment, 2012)
Marvel’s Spider-Man (Insomniac Games, 2018)
Invisible, Inc. (Klei Entertainment, 2015)
The Last of Us (Naughty Dog, 2013)
ECHO (Ultra Ultra, 2017)
Metal Gear Solid (Konami, 1998)
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (Ubisoft Montreal, 2005)
Thief: The Dark Project (Looking Glass Studios, 1998)
Hitman 2 (IO Interactive, 2018)
Far Cry New Dawn (Ubisoft Montreal, 2019)
Aragami (Lince Works, 2016)
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (FromSoftware, 2019)
Dishonored 2 (Arkane Studios, 2016)
Horizon Zero Dawn (Guerrilla Games, 2017)
Batman: Arkham Asylum (Rocksteady Studios, 2009)
Assassin's Creed: Origins (Ubisoft Montreal, 2017)
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Kojima Productions, 2015)
Volume (Mike Bithell, 2015)
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun (Mimimi, 2016)
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Eidos Montreal, 2016)
Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus (Sucker Punch Productions, 2002)
The Marvellous Miss Take (Wonderstruck, 2014)
DOOM Eternal (id Software, 2020)
Outlast (Red Barrels, 2013)
Alien: Isolation (The Creative Assembly, 2014)
The Swindle (Size Five Games, 2015)
Styx: Shards of Darkness (Cyanide, 2017)

Music used in this episode

Splinter Cell: Double Agent soundtrack - Michael McCann
Systematic - Lee Rosevere ()
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory soundtrack - Amon Tobin & Jesper Kyd
Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes soundtrack - Harry Gregson-Williams and co
Rise of angels gameplay

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