Yahtzee has just released his new game; a stealth platformer titled Trilby: The Art of Theft. It's the first game he's released since he started his weekly game review video-editorial Zero Punctuation.

The game stars Trilby, but is set in 1991, two years before Five Days a Stranger takes place. Each mission has you infiltrate highly guarded buildings to loot and gather information, then sneak out again. The emphasis is on stealth: while you can tazer the guards, if you do it too often Trilby will abandon the mission.

I've only just started the game, so perhaps it's too early to say whether it's any good: but my first impressions are positive. Very positive. Go check it out. You can discuss the game at the Unofficial AoT Forums (set up by the game's beta testers).

Name: Trilby: The Art of Theft
Developer: Yahtzee
Category: "Mission-Based Stealth Platformer"
Type: Freeware
Size: 2.42 MB
Direct download link: On the Escapist, here