Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story officially launches

holy potatoes a spy story officially launches on linux mac windows

Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?! officially launches on Linux, Mac and Windows. So thanks to Daedalic Entertainment and Daylight Studios. Who are happy to announce that the fourth instalment of the Holy Potatoes! series. Available now on both Steam and GOG. But sadly no launch week discount.

In Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?!, you are the mastermind of your very own spudtastic spy headquarters. So together with twins Ren and Rexa, send your spies on missions. While uncovering the truth behind their parents’ disappearance. And also an evil spy corporation.
Using your intelligence, strength, stealth and charm. Since player have to overcome various obstacles and outsmart security personnel. While infiltrating enemy headquarters.

As you expand your team, recruit the cream of the crop. You will encounter legendary pop-culture secret agents such as Jamal Bond. Also Zombra and Ezio de Frenzy. Then conduct genetic splicing to transfer DNA to new spies. Create your own training stations, customize and upgrade your headquarters. Then build crazy gadgets, vehicles and facilities, and embark on top-secret missions!

Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?! Release Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

Features

  • Manage and train the best potato spies the world has to offer
  • Encounter pop-culture legendary special-agent spuds
  • Create new genetically modified potato spies with genetic splicing
  • Meticulously plan secret missions and heists
  • Customize, enhance and upgrade your spy agency
  • Build crazy gadgets, vehicles, facilities and training stations
  • Strategize your moves during mission planning to counter various obstacles

Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?! is kind of a slap-happy edition of The Mission Impossible movies. Well something like that. It’s cute, inventive and delves into classic pop-culture icons.

Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?! wacky spy agency sim game is available on Steam and GOG. Also priced at $14.99 USD for Linux, Mac and Windows. But missing a launch week discount though.

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