You’ll Win The Sigma Theory’s Futuristic Cold War With Turn-Based Deception And Spying

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Mi-Clos Studio, the creator of highly praised sci-fi game Out There, has announced its next game as the turn-based sci-fi strategy game The Sigma Theory


It takes place in a futuristic Cold War after humanity has made its greatest scientific discovery -  called “The Sigma Theory” – causing the world’s superpowers to compete to develop new technologies that could grant them the power to destroy the global financial system, wipe out entire countries, or even gain access to immortality.


You play as the head of an intelligence agency who has been instructed by your government to win this silent war by any means necessary. And as The Sigma Theory can only be developed by a handful of the world’s scientists the crux of the game involves getting hold of as many of them as possible.


To do that, you’ll need to employ spying, cunning, and deception when negotiating with other countries. You’ll have access to special covert agents, tactical drones, as well as your skills in diplomacy to achieve your goal of world domination. The game will have multiple storylines to pursue as its interactive fiction ensues.


There’s no predicted release date for The Sigma Theory yet but it has been confirmed for PC, iOS, and Android. You can find out more on its website.

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Chris Priestman
Former Siliconera staff writer and fan of both games made in Japan and indie games.