A new batch of screens have been released for indie stealth adventure Tangiers.
The game was successfully Kickstarted last year by small Bristol-based developer Andalusian.
It's described by its creator, Alex Harvey, as a "dark, uneasy game: an exploration of broken cities and landscapes". He says the game takes the "sandbox stealth of Looking Glass Studio's Thief series" as a template and builds around it with strikingly abstract worlds.
Tangiers is currently in development for Windows, Linux and Mac, with a projected release in the second half of 2014. It was recently Greenlit on Steam, and will also be coming to "a number of other, unannounced platforms", according to Harvey.