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As World War II is waged outside of a lonely hospital window, it also plays out inside the mind of Violette Summer. While in a coma, the British intelligence agent relives the horrors she experienced while sabotaging the Nazi regime.
Inspired by real-life WWII heroine Violette Szabo, Velvet Assassin reveals the revulsions of war that are never spoken aloud. Through third person game play, sneak up on enemies and pull the pins from their belted grenades. Infiltrate a Nazi camp and slip cyanide to your own men before the Germans make them talk. Slink through the shadows to finish off your unsuspecting enemies with a single, perfectly aimed shot.
Through Violette's fever dreams, experience what she experienced. Walk where she walked. Kill those she killed.
Platform: PC Download
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I really tried to get into this, because I like stealth games, but something about it was just... boring. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Hero of Shapier
This game only runs on my Mac, it refuses to even launch on any of my PC's. It runs pretty well on my Mac.Published 14 months ago by Brandon Edington
it would be nice if going to sell a game than don't separate the requirments and put them far down the page and have other games that your selling un the game a person is... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kenneth Bryan
Its a hard game to get to learn all the moves but it does work very well the key board and mouse and the Graphics are pretty good and it plays on windows 7 32 bit don't know if it... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Paul Sprauer
Pros: Inexpensive. Fast download speeds. Interesting game.
Cons: Two of the game files are corrupted in this download. Read more
As others have mentioned there are certain things that kill this game. One is the checkpoint system. Read morePublished 20 months ago by PJ
I bought and played this game about two years ago, and frankly, I was not expecting much, recalling some very mediocre magazine reviews from when it was released. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mark Lahren