Hacker Evolution Untold
This title uses Capsule to play and does not require an activation key.
Flight Zero continues where the original game ends. When all the dust has settled and everything has been shut down for good, a mysterious person enters the old headquarters of the Xenti Corporation. Nobody knows for sure who is he, or what he wants from there, but you are quickly called in to use your hacker skills to track him down. As you chase him, the story slowly unfolds. Apparently somebody has stolen a copy of the code running the old Xenti systems in an attempt to reinstate everything. This can’t happen again. You find yourself chasing the flight on which the unknown individual is, in attempt to stop him and retrieve the stolen files. Perform even higher profile hacks this time, in new environments.
The expansion pack brings 3 new immersive levels, each one requiring particular skills to approach and complete. What starts off as an investigation, continues with a high profile chase and ends with a complex job of hacking a highly secure computer network.
More of a puzzlerCooberstooge | Aug. 19, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »
Unlike the other two hacking titles created by this developer, Hacker Evolution Untold has quite a big focus on puzzles rather than any sim hacking. It looks like you're hacking, mind you, but you're often just matching things up in correct order. Some of the puzzles can be downright "out there", too, and will take you ages just to figure them out.
The graphics of this one are miles better, and have a cool Matrix vibe to them, with all the different shades of green. I have noticed screen tearing while playing though, which is pretty strange, since my system can more than handle this game - doesn't detract from the gameplay, in any case.
Better than the first one!Moneyman | Aug. 9, 2012 | See all Moneyman's reviews »
If you liked the first game then you will like this one, the changes aren´t major but still noticable. The "hacking" is more puzzles with hacker names on it. As the first one, it is very difficult, and it will probably drive you insane, but the feeling when you solve the puzzle is very good. I think the game is a bit boring, but since hacking games isn´t my cup of tea, (but I do enjoy a good puzzle game) I feel a bit off. The puzzles are there, but all the "hacking language" isn´t very appealing to me. And after around 10 tries I usually give up, and return a few weeks later, but the returns are happening more less, and I don´t think I will make it through. The game is annoying than fun, but if you like hacking + puzzle (or simply want to try out the glorious life of a hacker) then you should grab this title, it´s atleast better than the first one.
New experienceorange22 | Aug. 1, 2012 | See all orange22's reviews »
This is the first hacking game i have played and i can tell you that my mind has been blown away. It is really difficult but It's also a very interesting game. If you like thinking and different gameplay then this is the game for you. It features complex levels and commands you have to enter. Get the game today and save the world! On the PC requirements side, everyone should be able to play it.
Evolution is betterDagexon | July 12, 2012 | See all Dagexon's reviews »
Somehow this game is more difficult than hacker evolution, it might just be me but if you haven't played the other one then don't get this but the other one as that will be a better start to the hacker games. The game has incredibly difficult puzzles that will have you scratching your brain for hours, maybe longer. If you get frustrated and rage quit games then this certainly isn't for you because I don't think you'll even last 15 minutes playing it but if you have a patient attitude and find puzzles and computers fun then this IS the game for you.
It's alright.aqnickdan3 | June 28, 2012 | See all aqnickdan3's reviews »
This game looks great, and it is quite fun to play, but has not much to do with actual hacking. The "hacking" is just a bunch of challenging puzzles set up in a way to look like terminal-ish command prompts so that you get the hacker feel. The interface is great, the gameplay is extensive, and the graphics make it feel like you are hacking. This all ties up into one good game.