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Klei's Incognita now available to purchase in alpha form

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Klei Entertainment, developers of Don't Starve and Mark of the Ninja, have made their latest game, Incognita, available to purchase in its "Alpha" state directly.

The turn-based espionage game "is currently in alpha, which means that we are still in the early stages of development," the company wrote on the game's site. "At this time, we have the core mechanic of turn-based espionage, but the major features and content of the game are still being implemented."

The game is available for $17 ($19 with soundtrack). Pre-ordering will grant access to all future alpha and beta builds, as well as the final game. If you aren't into playing I Spy with bugs, the final version of the game will be available in 2014.

Source: Klei
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