What is The Very Organized Thief?

The Very Organized Thief is a casual first person stealth game which lets you play as a thief with a very peculiar way of looting things.

Quickly search for items found on your checklist of things to "borrow" and escape. But beware! These items could be anywhere and residents are likely not to be pleased with you taking their stuff!

Unlike many stealth games which are about action and combat, The Very Organized Thief is focused on the search for items. The thrill of searching for what you need, using the skills you have to overcome any obstacles, and hopefully getting out of there before you’re subdued!

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The sequel for The Very Organized Thief is currently in slow development, with no determined release date as of yet.

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  • "Invading someone’s home to steal all of their most precious possessions should be empowering but in The Organized Thief, a free first-person robbery sim, it’s utterly terrifying."
  • "There's a surprising amount of stuff to ransack..."
  • "This is one of those games that you’re better off playing right now without having it spoiled for you, because it’s so good. My goodness, brilliant stuff."
  • "One of The Very Organised Thief's most appealing elements is its premise, which finds horror in the mundane."