Art of Stealth

Art of Stealth

Important message about "Fake" accounts

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olympic fart sniffer Apr 19, 2017 @ 8:00pm 
TheTectonicKnight Mar 21, 2017 @ 3:12am 
A 2-man team made Blackwake. I'm pretty sure you can do better :steammocking:
Metal Arms Jan 20, 2017 @ 5:06pm 
You know having your friends review your game is a conflict of interest right? And who are wet o believe they're or not real accounts?
K I L L E R 89 (FIN) Jan 19, 2017 @ 3:21am 
"Hi Everyone,

My name is Matan and I am one of the 2 developers who work on this game, second developer meing Natam, my secondary personality. We have studied in university for 5 long years, and for that we demand respect.

Please buy our abysmal (It is still good because we have studied in university) quality game and show us respect. Please don't give negative reviews because you insult us by doing so, after all we studied in university for long time.

Make stealth and university great again. Thank you.
Ps. the game may get a sequel if it sells well, the sequel's working title being "Art of University"."
ColloseusX | Jan 18, 2017 @ 5:01pm 
So you are liars as well as bad copy pasters.. ok
Shmoogy Jan 17, 2017 @ 7:00pm 
basically what the dev said was: please dont hurt my feelings anymore, im a special snowflake.
S A U S A G E Jan 17, 2017 @ 6:56pm 
Justice was served, they got what they deserved
⎛⎝d34dr00⎠⎞ Jan 17, 2017 @ 6:50pm 
Bye Bye Art of Stealth..

We (Valve) have identified unacceptable behavior involving multiple Steam accounts controlled by the developer of this game, Matan Cohen. The developer appears to have created multiple Steam accounts to post a positive review for their own game. This is a clear violation of our review policy and something we take very seriously.

For these reasons, we are ending our business relationship with Matan Cohen and removing this game from sale. If you have previously purchased this game, it will remain accessible in your Steam library.
Venatius Jan 17, 2017 @ 5:33pm 
Hm. Hey, Indie_Brotha_Man. Earlier Jim's video was going to be "taken down in 48 hours". That's come and gone. What's the timeline on "soon enough"? Also, why haven't you even read the first paragraph of the Wikipedia page on "Fair use doctrine"?