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Children of Liberty places a heavy emphasis on stealth-based gameplay, allowing the player to hide in shadows and pop out when the time is right; meanwhile remaining true to the core of classic 2D platformers like Pitfall and Mega Man, but in a fully realized and navigable 3D world.  The game art is striking, evoking the hey-day of pop animation.
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