Stealth and strategy fall under separate genre labels, but stealth requires careful strategy. In many ways the two go hand in hand, and Klei Entertainment's Invisible, Inc. operates with the symbiotic relationship in mind. It's a strategy game first and foremost, but success involves stealth. Getting spotted isn't a viable option, and the emphasis on low-key movement establishes the game's singular identity. It also provides a hefty challenge, as does the game's procedurally generated structure. The content itself feels underdeveloped in spots, but at its core Invisible, Inc. is an effectively tense experience.