IMG Reviews Hacker Evolution: Untold
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Inside Mac Games has posted a review of the computer hacking puzzler Hacker Evolution: Untold from indie developer Exosyphen Studios. Hack into computer networks to clear your name and keep them from becoming the next dominant species on Earth. Here's an excerpt from the review:
[Hacker Evolution: Untold] is an extremely simplistic puzzle game. It's essentially a number-juggler using hacking as its theme. You're given control of a text console and given a small group of commands: decrypt, crack, upgrade, killtrace, cat, ls, exec, and scan. Each command has a fixed "trace" cost to be used and you lose when you reach a trace level of 100%. Now, due to the fact that every server you see has something to do with the current level's puzzle, you never really have to think. You can simply ignore the clues for the most part and hack into everything that's possible to hack. If you see money, get it in the fastest way possible. If you see something labeled security or network, jump into that over something else of equal difficulty. The plot can easily be ignored.Follow the link below to read the full review.
IMG Review: Hacker Evolution: Untold
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