Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine
Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine is a single player or co-op heist game. Assemble a crack team of thieves, case the joint, and pull off the perfect heist.
- The Locksmith: Blue-collar infiltration expert
- The Lookout: She can see and hear everything… a natural leader
- The Pickpocket: A hobo with a monkey and a penchant for crime
- The Cleaner: A silent psychopath… Jack The Ripper in pink
- The Mole: Big and dumb… likes to tunnel
- The Gentleman: He doesn’t always wear a disguise, but when he does, he looks fantastic
- The Hacker: Armies of viruses shut down security… a modern day warlock
- The Redhead: Manipulative and murderous… a lady always gets what she wants
Play with up to four people online or on the same screen. Compete with others via daily leaderboards. Find out why it won the 2010 IGF and has been described by PCGamer as "one of the best co-op games of all time."
- OS:Windows XP or later
- Processor:1.2GHz processor
- Graphics:Graphics Card that supports Pixel Shader 2.0 and Vertex Shader 2.0(Vertex Shader Support can be supported with software emulation)
- Hard Drive:500 MB HD space
- OS:OS X version Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
- Processor:2.0+ GHz
- Memory:2 GB RAM
- Graphics:OpenGL 2.1 and shader model 3 with 512 MB of memory.
- Hard Drive:500 MB HD space
- Additional:Not recommended for Intel integrated graphics, Mac Mini's, or early generation MacBooks
- Online:Steamworks required for online play, LAN not supported on Mac
- OS: Major Linux Distributions from 2010
- Processor: 2.0+GHZ
- Memory: 2 GB
- Graphics: OpenGL 2.1+
- Hard Drive: 500 MB HD space
- Online:Steamworks required for online play, LAN not supported on Linux
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