Sigma Theory is an engaging science and technology intelligence strategy simulation that puts players in the role of an intelligence agent dedicated to acquiring, managing and exploiting technological breakthroughs around the world. At a time of tension in the world, players are tasked with leading a team of agents to acquire and master the technological research of a candidate scientist. Through covert operations, reconnaissance, espionage, and diplomacy, players must protect and exploit these technological breakthroughs to shape international relations and secure their nation's advantage.
Unique Technological Breakthroughs: Each technological breakthrough is unique and limited. You must obtain these breakthroughs first among many competitors and immediately decide how to apply them to benefit your country. Recruitment and management of agent teams: Players can recruit agents with different skills and specialties, and maximize the potential of each agent by assigning tasks and strategic positions. Espionage and Reconnaissance: Players can use agents to conduct covert operations, obtain intelligence, disrupt hostile forces, and even manipulate political situations. Strategic Diplomacy: Through diplomatic negotiations and cooperation with other countries, players can gain resources, support, or even allies to help them gain greater influence on the international stage. Dynamic and realistic world map: In-game nations react to player actions, with political alliances and rivalries constantly changing, players need to be nimble and seize opportunities.
In the not-too-distant future, the world is facing a situation as tense as it was during the Cold War. This time, however, war and nuclear weapons are no longer the main threats. Breakthroughs in science and technology are considered new strategic advantages, and every nation is secretly pursuing them.
The player will play an important intelligence agent who needs to obtain these breakthroughs for his country and use them to shape the international situation and ensure his country's status and security.