Hacker Evolution Duality

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Hacker Evolution Duality is the hacking simulation game, developed by exosyphen studios. Based on the successful Hacker Evolution game series, it has been completely redesigned to offer an impressive and new gaming experience.

Hacker Evolution Duality starts in the early days of Brian Spencer when he was nothing more than a brilliant programmer. It than fast forwards to the future, where he has to stop an Artificial Intelligence he has created, unknowingly and take back control of a giant company he once used to own.

You have to hack into computers using various tools, from a basic firewall cracker, to sophisticated voice print authentication systems. Steal money to finance your objectives, buy hardware upgrades or bribe off other hackers that are present in the game. Go as far as bypassing complex security systems to make your way into buildings and steal data. Frame people or even murder them using ingenious traps.

You are not alone in the game. Other hackers controlled by a complex artificial intelligence, will stop at nothing to destroy you.

The game features a single player mode where you follow the game's story and an open world mode, where you play a death match against other hackers.

Key features:

  • Redesigned interface and game play

  • Large open world populated by AI hackers

  • Amazing new graphics, sounds and animations

  • Choice of game play: pursue the game's objectives, or play a never ending and evolving open game.

Customer reviews


Not hacking simulator 2014

cheeseruler | Nov. 6, 2014 | See all cheeseruler's reviews »

This game isn't a "learn how to hack" in real life game. Since this game was unheard of, I had a chance to play it for a good chunk of time. To be honest, it should have been a flash game. A series of mini games are mediocre, while the AI is pretty basic as well. This game had so much potential to be good and I wish they focused on one object of the game instead of trying to be one big complicated game that didn't come all together.