Gunpoint for PC
PC - Windows, Mac, Linux


Jun 3, 2013

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About this game

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Gunpoint is a stealth puzzle game that lets you rewire its levels to trick people. You play a freelance spy who takes jobs from his clients to break into high security buildings and steal sensitive data. To get past security, you'll need to make creative use of your main gadget: the Crosslink. It lets you see how all the security devices in a level are wired up, and then you can just click and drag with the mouse to wire them differently. So you can connect a lightswitch to a trapdoor, then flick it when a guard walks across to make him fall through.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP, Visa, 7 or 8
  • Processor: 2GHz
  • Memory: 1GB RAM
  • Video card: 512MB
  • DirectX®: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 700MB HD space

Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
Ben MooreJun 06, 2013
Gunpoint is expertly paced, pushing you forward with new challenges at practically every step. The game is something you’ll want to tell your friends about the minute you finish. It’s quirky, clever, and most importantly funny -- a quality sorely lacking in most other games. Sure, there may not be a lot to it, but you’ll get more out of this game in three hours than most games can provide in 15. How could you not fall in love with game featuring “hypertrousers”?
Kirk MckeandJun 03, 2013
It’s refreshing – in the age of ‘follow the man’ – for a game to trust you within its confines. You’re trusted not to break it. It’s a testament to the quality, with so many complexities to take into account, that it’s rare you get trapped by the level design – if you do, it’s your fault. Gunpoint is a champion of the indie game scene, and should be experienced.
Xav de MatosJun 26, 2013
Gunpoint does away with excess in favor of simplistic ideals: a story that offers enough information for context and humor, and gameplay that focuses on a few well-developed mechanics. At $10, Gunpoint is a proudly lean product, and its clever blend of stealth, puzzles and film noir humor is worth exploring, though you may want to avoid enhancing your real-life spy skills by following Conway's lead.

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