Put down the chopsticks and have a look at this intriguing little side-scrolling puzzle game from a solo indie developer. The game is currently named Interference and is gathering quite a positive response from anyone who has seen it.
In essence and on the surface, Interference is a 2D stealth platformer. However, the environment can be manipulated to gain an advantage over the enemies and sneak past them undetected. It is actually a really cool idea, almost similar to Dwarven Delve, but more challenging. The game looks to control well on touchscreen devices as you move around using directional buttons and manipulate the environment by tapping to move tiles around.
At the moment, the graphics looks simple but very pretty. As you can imagine, the game will be set in a futuristic metropolis. The developer claims that there will be over 30 levels to sneak around with narrative elements inside and outside.
According to a post by the developer, the game is targeting a release on Android, iOS, Windows and OSX. No date is given though, but the developer has stated that he did not want to spend much time working on the game. I don’t know if that bodes well for the quality, but if it looks like it is now and lives up to its claims, then there should not be any reason to doubt that this will be fun head-scratcher.