If you are a big fan of the spaghetti western, then Handy Games and Honig Studios have you covered. They showed off their new indie stealth game called El Hijo. Take a look at the lovely little trailer below.

The game is set in a make-believe place of the 19th century that, you will notice, resembles the American west.  Some of its most popular characteristics of outlaw gangs and saloons are very much part of the adventure.  Players will masterfully guide a 6-year old boy, El Hijo, on his quest to find his mother, by escaping a monastery, fighting his way through the desert, avoiding monstrous creatures, and outsmarting horrible gangsters.

According to the game’s website, the player sneaks through three different environments:

“A remote monastery, a harsh and unforgiving stretch of desert, and a frontier town rife with crime and villainy.In every environment El Hijo must contend with different opponents that will require the player to come up with a mischievous master plan to progress through the game by combining stealth and puzzle-solving.”

What do you think about the artwork and gameplay? Tell us in the comments below. Gaming Access Weekly has so much more E3 news, so, stay tuned.

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