Children of Liberty to offer Colonial stealth at PAX East, new gameplay trailer released

Children of Liberty, the hand-animated stealth game set just before the American Revolution, will be playable at Lantana Games' PAX East booth later this month, according to a press release from the developer.

To coincide with the announcement, Lantana Games released a new trailer showing off Children of Liberty's 2D/3D hybrid world, stealth gameplay and light-based mechanics.

"We've been getting ready for PAX East for a long time," said project lead Dan Silvers. "We learned a lot at our tiny booth last year, and I think the crowd will be pleased with our added emphasis on stealth and the game's 3D aspects. Keep an eye out for the life-size Paul Revere standee and the Old North Church backdrop. Come play the game and meet the team. It's going to be a fun show!"

You can watch the new trailer above. For more on the game, check out a gallery of screenshots released earlier this year or check out the game's ongoing Windows PC and Mac alpha on Desura.

PAX East 2013 will be held March 22-24 in Boston, and Polygon will be there to bring you all the news.

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