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Hacker Evolution: Untold

Hacker Evolution: Untold

The concept behind Hacker Evolution: Untold is to create a game that challenges the gamers intelligence, attention and focus, creating a captivating mind game. To progress in this game, you need to be good at solving puzzles, examining code and bits of information, to help you achieve your objectives.

In this highly polished and professionally produced game, you play the role of Brian Spencer, a young computer programmer working for a company he started with a couple of friends, which has developed the technology from where it all started.

When you are being framed for crime, it is up to you to prevent computers from becoming the next dominant specie, and clear your name, using your hacker skills.

Hacker Evolution: Untold is not a very graphically intensive game, and therefore does not require a top-end graphics card.

The developers are giving away an expanstion pack (called Flight Zero) to owners of the game. The expansion packs adds 3 new immersive levels for the gamer to enjoy.

 Hacker Evolution

Price
$24.95

Developer
Exosyphen Studios

Website
www.exosyphen.com

Requirements
CPU: Pentium 1GHz processor
RAM: 512MB
Hard disk: 200MB free space
Graphics card: OpenGL 1.1 compatible

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Features include:

  • Awesome immersive gameplay
  • Modding capability to allow the creation of custom levels
  • Complex levels and game play to guarantee the best experience
  • Complex command console with over 20 commands and tools
  • Expansion packs adding new game levels

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