When a shipment of nuclear materials goes missing the fate of millions could be at risk and there's only one thing standing between them and total nuclear annihilation; you. In a
At the beginning of each mission you'll be given a host of objectives ranging from sneaking into heavily guarded areas to finding top secret plans. Navigating your unnamed agent through these missions is simple, using the [arrow] keys to move about with [spacebar] acting as a general purpose action button and [shift] allowing you to sneak around in silence. Meanwhile, a helpful tutorial system helps guide you through the several mini games that do a great job of changing the pace.
Ominous music and well crafted visuals set the stage for this surprisingly engrossing stealth action title. Control over your character is smooth and seamless, and seems to mesh perfectly with a difficulty that keeps this game fun and challenging while still not seeming too terribly hard. All of this is accompanied by a story that is at once generic, but still fairly well told with nice little details like eavesdropping thrown in to enhance the experience. Yes, it uses an isometric perspective which is always awkward thanks to foreground objects getting in the way and a somewhat awkward learning curve when it comes to getting used to your arrow keys, but Stealth Hunter 2 manages to make these issues seem at least tolerable. So if you're hungering for the feel of creeping past trained arm guards and dodging the watchful eye of security cameras from the comfort of your own browser, Stealth Hunter 2 is definitely something you'll want to check out.