TheMoatMonster says: The first Thief game. It's still a great game, but it was a little rough around the edges (bugs, forced combat). I'd recommend this, but play Thief 2 first.
TheMoatMonster says: The best Thief game, and maybe the best stealth game, ever made.
TheMoatMonster says: A let-down after Thief 2, but still good. The levels are much smaller, and the stealth mechanics were simplified to make it easier, However, the guard AI and graphics are much better.
TheMoatMonster says: Maybe not the best Hitman game, but still very good. Rather than hiding in the shadows, you don disguises to infiltrate the enemy, commit your assassination, then leave without being caught.
TheMoatMonster says: Best game ever. Well, it hasn't aged brilliantly. The AI, graphics and voice-acting are questionable. But the weapon variety and augment upgrades lend the game a HUGE breadth of choice, and the levels are MASSIVE, with lots to explore.
TheMoatMonster says: A cool stealth-puzzle game, in the vein of Commandos. You take control of three cowboys, each of whom have their own unique abilities which are used to bypass guards and obstacles.
TheMoatMonster says: A great first-person tactical game. Not strictly a stealth game, but sneaking is encouraged and rewarded. You play a squad of Swat officers, sent to infiltrate buildings, secure hostages and arrest the criminals.
Treat your GOGmix as your child - name it! ;)
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