Releasing today on Nintendo Switch, SpyHack is a stealth game, drenched in neon cyberpunk overtones and an almost RTS-esque feel.

Set in the year 2111, SpyHack sees you in control of agents from the Advanced Technology Division (ADT), an organisation dedicated to protecting humanity from the unethical operations of the technology corporations that rule the world. The ultimate goal is to stop the secret ‘Dome’ project from coming to fruition, with you taking charge of agents who can hack and control various pieces of technology including cameras and other devices while on their missions.

Stealth is a necessity – you won’t last long in straight combat – but you do have a variety of lethal and non-lethal weapons at your disposal, along with numerous gadgets to assist you on your missions. Hacking minigames are present too when trying to access

SpyHack has a very distinctive, glowing neon look and a nicely original feel; though it’s a stealth game, you’re not in direct control of your agents – instead, you direct them in a point and click-esque manner. It looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun; a review will follow as soon as I’ve had a chance to play it.

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