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In Beat Sneak Bandit every level is a rhythmical puzzle loop that constantly repeats itself. All actions in the game is performed to the beat – automatic doors open and close to the beat, security lights turn on and off rhythmically and guard patrol routes are coreagraphed like dance routines.

It takes both cunning and rhythmical timing to solve the puzzles. Listen and watch the rhythms to learn the patterns, then tap to the beat to sneak and figure out how to get every clock on the level by timing your steps correctly. But be careful - if your taps are off beat, clocks will self-destroy!
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