Tin Salamunic: Curve Digital has a reputation for designing unique experiences. From Lone Survivor to Thomas Was Alone, the developer has a knack for crafting innovative gameplay mechanics and unprecedented aesthetics. Stealth Bastard was one of their most successful entries when it released on PC in 2013, with console ports published the following year for every available platform. While I never had the opportunity to venture through the original, Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones is one of the most rewarding puzzle platformers I’ve played in a long time. Challenge in most games is typically divided between either skillful reflexes or critical thinking, but Stealth Inc 2 requires both. Progressing through the mind-boggling environmental puzzles while the clock ticks away is both nerve wracking and satisfying. If you’re up for a devilishly tough and rewarding challenge, Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones is for you!