Genre(s): Action/First-Person Shooter (Stealth)

3rd Party Rating: None found.

Price: Free


Fragment is a FREE sci-fi, first person stealth action game developed by several students using the Unity Engine.

This first-person puzzler puts you on a space station and lets you play with, experiment on, and generally terrorize the guards and scientists around you.

You are given three very fun powers to play with. The first power allows you to project a hologram, using the arrow keys to control him independently. This hologram will distract the guards by taking fire while you sneak past them. You can also instantly swap positions, which is great for accessing high ledges, or for making a hasty getaway.

The second power allows you to sneak up on a guard and “assimilate” him. The game’s fancy term for shattering them into a thousand glass-like fragments. It’s an instant, one-hit takedown, but can only be performed at close range, when you’re also at your most vulnerable.

The final power in your arsenal is used once you’ve charged up your hologram by assimilating four guards. You can then remotely detonate it. The affect is a bit weak, but the concentrated blast makes it useful for penetrating the shields you’ll encounter near the end.

Fragment is a fairly short game that can be completed in about 15-20 minutes, but is worth the price of the free download.

Publisher: VFS (Vancouver Film School)

Developer: Lawrence Mathes, Nick Luiten, Garrett Metcalf, Jordan Lang, Beso Ben Kacharava, Saul Solis

Release Date: August 2013

Players: Single Player

ERSB: N/A, but likely “E” for everyone.

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