Stolen (PC, CD-ROM) Hip Interactive - 2005 USA, Canada Release

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Product ID 77990-10522
Product UPC 677990105222
Platform(s) PC
Packaging Retail Box
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 2005
Release date(s) April 21, 2005
Publisher(s) Hip Interactive
Developer(s) Blue 52
Category(s) Entertainment, Action-Adventure, Stealth
Rating(s) ESRB Teen
Language(s) US English
Country of Origin Canada

Description from the packaging.

Infiltrate - Steal - Vanish

In a city plagued by crime and corruption, heroes are found on the wrong side of the law.

Anya Romanov is a sexy, hightech thief for hire. When an everyday job turns sour, she finds herself drawn into a web of conspiracy that will shake the whole city to its foundations.

Features

  • Feel the thrill of modern thievery: Lockpick doors, avoid deadly traps, hack camera systems, crack safes, and steal priceless items without being seen.
  • Athletic and agile: Scale roofs, dodge guards, jump, print, spin. But watch out. One mistake may cost your life.
  • Infiltrate incredible locations like a Japanese museum, a hightech prison, and a satellite array, each with numerous enemies and systems to outsmart with unique personalities and traits.
  • Stay away from the light. Use atmospheric realtime volumetric shadow technology to hide from your enemies.
  • Hightech thief equipment: Tracking devices, nullifier, sonic visor, traversal equipment and much more.
  • Fantastic filmlike atmosphere with tense and dramatic action set pieces supported by a compelling story and full motion videos.

Electronic Arm Pad
This is the central device which coordinates control and input from all of Anya's other devices, including two way audio and video communication with Louie Palmer. The LED diplay is mounted on Anya's wrist, with realtime link to a HUD display in her goggles.

Goggles
These are more than they appear. They are an integral surveillance tool as well as an electronic link between Louie and the job at hand.

  • Telescopic Lens
  • Sonic Vision
  • Night Vision
  • Digital Camera

System Requirements

PC Windows 98
Required CPU Pentium III 1GHz
Required RAM 64MB
Req. Hard Drive 1.2 GB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Recommend CPU Pentium 4 1.5GHz
Recommend RAM 128MB
Required Audio DirectX 8.1
Supported Video DirectX 8.1
Nvidia GeForce 2
Nvidia GeForce 4
ATI Radeon 9000
PC Windows ME
Required CPU Pentium III 1GHz
Required RAM 64MB
Req. Hard Drive 1.2 GB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Recommend CPU Pentium 4 1.5GHz
Recommend RAM 128MB
Required Audio DirectX 8.1
Supported Video DirectX 8.1
Nvidia GeForce 2
Nvidia GeForce 4
ATI Radeon 9000
PC Windows 2000
Required CPU Pentium III 1GHz
Required RAM 128MB
Req. Hard Drive 1.2 GB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Recommend CPU Pentium 4 1.5GHz
Required Audio DirectX 8.1
Supported Video DirectX 8.1
Nvidia GeForce 2
Nvidia GeForce 4
ATI Radeon 9000
PC Windows XP
Required CPU Pentium III 1GHz
Required RAM 128MB
Req. Hard Drive 1.2 GB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Recommend CPU Pentium 4 1.5GHz
Required Audio DirectX 8.1
Supported Video DirectX 8.1
Nvidia GeForce 2
Nvidia GeForce 4
ATI Radeon 9000

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Stolen (PC, CD-ROM) Hip Interactive - 2005 USA, Canada Release
Designer Jonathan Biddle
Additional Design Rudolf Kremers, John Foster, Ashley Pannell, Robert Churchill
Producer Grame Puttock
Art Director Jaid Mindang
Technical Director Allan Murphy
Assistant Producer Richard Pomfret
Lead Programmer Jim Tebbut
Senior Programmer Richard Turner, Gregory A. Knight, Martin Fermor
Game Programming Stuart Miller, Tom Bird, Alex May
Additional Programming Neil Martin, David Llewellyn, Kelvin Ward,Louise Bowden, Simon Dawson, Mark Judge, Chris Meek, Sean Parkinson, Caspar Sawyer, Rhys Twelves, Scott Wakeling, Jason Williams, Christopher Wilson
Lead Artist Joe Myers
Art Team Simon Swift, Andy Warren, Will Smith, Mike Oakley, Gary Edwards, Mark Norman, Charles Harbour, Jimmy Oakley, Mark Robinson, Steve Manship, Will Jeffers
Concept Artist Jason Gravato, Pete Lumby
Additional Artwork David Taylor, Andy Oakley, Michelle Stobbs, Roger Barnett, Mark Beynon-Clarke, Simon Cooper, Rui Guerreiro, Georgina MacKenzie, Stephen Simmons, Marina Vydelingum
Technology Lead Mike Kenny
Technology Programming Mike Kenny
Additional Technology Programming Magnus Sjöberg, Jason Turner
QA Lead Ben Cooper
QA Paul McGinniss, Matt Ball
Music Ian Livingstone
Sound Effects Ian Livingstone

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