The First Hacker Evolution Title Is About To Get A Linux Version

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Hacker Evolution the first in a series of games about hacking, filled with puzzles and stuff to make you scratch your weary head. The developers sent word that a Linux port is arriving soon.

QuoteThe BIG UPDATE for Hacker Evolution is now completed.
The game has received a new engine and MacOS/Linux ports.

In a few days, we will deploy these across all publishing channels.


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Stock exchanges. Central banks. Satellite uplinks. Transoceanic fibre optics links. All mysteriously succumbing to an unexpected “evolution” of the web. When the world’s critical services start to collapse, you know this is more then a simple event. Who or what is behind it? Only an experienced and dedicated hacker, with know-how gained as an international cyber-intelligence agent, can root out the cause and bring it down.
The creators of Digital Hazard and BS Hacker bring you to new levels of hacking simulation, with unparalleled graphics and a pulse-pounding sound track. Hack into computers, look for exploits and information, and steal money to buy hardware upgrades as you attempt to assemble the pieces of an international puzzle. Your virtual operating system environment is packed with the features to immerse you in the role of world-class hacker.

Hacker Evolution is a totally unique experience, challenging the evolved gamer's intelligence, attention and focus to create a captivating mind game. Solve puzzles, examine code and bits of information, and evade the system’s trace to reach your objectives.

Has anyone played any of the later games? Let us know if they are any-good. For £6.95 it seems like a reasonable deal for what looks like a challenging game. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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2 comments

Guest 15 Apr, 2014
Much more "realistic" than Uplink was -- you do everything from a terminal, but also much more restrictive. Untold didn't have any sandbox mode, and you were almost always against a clock.

Decent game, but still not quite Uplink.
Ba7a7chy 16 Apr, 2014
Uplink was the best !
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