We've been following Monaco: What's Yours is Mine for quite some time now, ever since it won the IGF award in 2010. We've interview the game's creator Andy Schatz on our podcast and at conventions, and now it seems we're all finally ready to play the game. With the platforms announced of both PC and XBLA, Monaco will soon be in co-op gamers hands.
If you're interested in the PC version of the game, you can order it direct from PocketWatchGames for a special discounted price of $13.50. Or there's a 4 pack combo price of just $45. All pre-orders will get the game, a copy of the original 2010 build of the game, 2 pieces of music from the soundtrack, and sheet music from the soundtrack.
Speaking of the soundtrack, the game has been scored by Grammy nominated composer Austin Wintory, who also scored Journey.
Monaco is all about heists, players must work together to steal valuable loot from different locations while taking the roles of specific classes. It supports four player online and local co-op. We'll be covering some of the beta version of Monaco in the coming weeks here on Co-Optimus, so be sure to check back.