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Best Stealth Games Rated PEGI 7 and Younger on GameCube

Stealth video games involve you using covert movement, hiding behind objects and managing how much sound you are making to get to a destination without being detected by computer or human players.

You have to avoid line-of-sight of enemy players to successfully sneak past. Some games also require you to minimise the noise you are making, or to move slower, to get passed undetected.

Some stealth games combine other genres. Shooting or Adventure games often have the option of approaching an objective with either stealth or direct attacking. Platform games and Turn-Based games often let you use stealth to avoid engaging enemies.

Games with stealth is the primary (and sometimes only) option pit you in espionage, counter-terrorism, and special forces situations. Quite often stealth it used in games to get the upper hand to then switch to a more violent or aggressive approach to perform spying, stealing or assassinations.

DetailsGenre Details

Era: 2001 - 2018
Total Games: 2
Total Likes: 90


Luigi's Mansion

Release Date: 14/09/2001, updated in 2018

Out Now: 3DS and 2DS and GameCube

Skill Rating: 7+ year-olds

Components: 2D Side-On

Luigi's Mansion is an adventure game where you investigate a haunted mansion to capture the ghosts. As long-standing Nintendo character Luigi, you play a ghostbuster to capture various mischievous ghouls and rescue Mario. It stands out for the unusual...

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

Release Date: 24/03/2003, updated in 2013

Out Now: GameCube and Wii U

Skill Rating: 9+ year-olds

Components: 3D Third-Person, Cartoon, Day and Night and Open World

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is an adventure game in the Zelda series. This one is set on a group of islands in a vast sea and follows Link as he attempts to save his sister from the sorcerer Ganon. This soon develops into a struggle to find the...

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