Hacknet Crack/Patch

Hacknet Hacknet is a terminal-driven hacking game with competitive multiplayer, a fully internally-consistent network simulation and a realistic interface. It follows the story of recently deceased hacker "Bit", whose death may not be the 'accident' the media reports. You stand in for no one, as most games have you do - play for yourself, make your own decisions, and see the world react - if you're leaving a trace that is. Hacknet has no protagonist, other than the person using it. Don't be reckless though - it's more real than you think.

Download Hacknet Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 84 / 100
User rating
8
Downloads 1057
Genre General, Miscellaneous
Company / Developer
Surprise Attack / Orann

Hacknet reviews ( 7 )

DarkFyreZ, Mar 28, 2017

I love this game. It is my all time favorite game (and yes I get it, there are better games for some, but nothing beats this game for me). I feel that Matt did an amazing job on this game, it hasn't disappointed me and although some would say it gets repetitive, that is a quality that can be shared in real hacking too. I can play this game again and again and not get bored, furthermore the detail in this game is amazing, all the Easter eggs and jokes littered around the file systems really awards you for having the patience to take a look around. So far I have played the game more than 50 times and I have gotten to the point where I have memorized every password and know the best order for breaking into a system, but for some reason I still don't feel like the game is repetitive.

reaper66689, May 26, 2017

game-play is good music is really good i am loving playing it hats off to the dev i brought it in a stream sale and i watched the trailer first and was very impressed hours of fun breaking in to systems

ChrissyBoy6661, Oct 22, 2017

A very enjoyable experience, with a (very) engaging story, engaging visuals, can get very fast paced in certain parts of the game, there are jokes littered in a few places, & I'm very glad I didn't spoil it for myself or use a walkthrough, the payoff is very worth it, there's a lot of things that are very well done, beautiful game. Earlier today I played it more than six & a half hours straight, & entirely forgot I was playing it. A few minor points are that the music, while very good, gets extremely repetitive, & using the mouse every now & again to connect to a new machine is a little bit of a hassle. There are also some other issues in which the game may become uncompletable if you do certain missions out of order, that was only an issue once for me, but be aware of it.

MoreBokeh, Dec 10, 2015

Good enough game for me to restart three times after two progression stopping bugs. Ironically, I even tried to hack my own save files to get past the issues. If you do play this game, be very careful in the order you complete missions. If you do any side quest slightly out of sync, you may easily block all progress and lose hours of work. I only wish there were more mechanics, such as upgrading your PC to get more memory, or having logs do something (anything really, on my third run I just ignored log deleting entirely). If there was another hacking game on the market other than 15 year old Uplink, the score of Hacknet would likely plummet, as the game is "okay", just very novel and thus gets a boosted engagement factor. This is perhaps the opposite of Shovel Knight, a game with no new novel gameplay, but is incredibly polished and fun.

srf5132, Jan 21, 2016

This game was somewhat of a disappointment. It was a really good idea, and It has a lot of polish, but I feel the polish is perhaps in the wrong areas. The terminal itself is far too basic to even really call it a terminal (doesn't even have the "echo" command). I would love to see a game like this with a more fully fledged terminal (complete with vim, emacs, grep, awk etc.), and perhaps one that even included such tools as "metasploit" that a true pen-tester would be using on a regular basis. However, given that it is virtually the only modern "terminal emulator" game, it deserves a look, at least until someone makes a better version of the same concept.

BuzzSkill, Oct 16, 2015

It's not bad. A hard game, that really immerses you in the world of hacking. It feels so realistic that you forget you're playing a game after a while, which is weird. But any game where you need to either look up a tutorial on how to bounce back from a game-over detection situation, or deal with a perma-broke game, is replacing fun with realism.

PrettyOkGuy, Sep 28, 2015

It's like a game that is very close to my heart but i sorta worse in my eyes. It's decent and all that jazz but its more like "Hacker Evolution" Without the actual writing which makes (me atleast) feel more like a hacker. If you like to type and remember certain lines of input and a very hard and challenging game buy HACKER EVOLUTION and if you like casual not much of a challenge games buy Hacknet/ Hacker Evoluions Little brother