Black Ice is a Hack and Shoot – a Cyberpunk First-Person Shooter / Hack & Slash RPG about hacking. Think Borderlands meets Tron. The cyber-world is procedurally generated, the colors are neon, the loot is randomized, and the lasers are loud. Black Ice is currently in Beta, with updates on the way.
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Release Date: Jul 9, 2014

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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“Face it - you want Black Ice in your hands as soon as possible, and I need feedback to improve the game and money to pay my contributors. I've priced the game so that it's a good deal now, ask your friends - or play the demo!”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“I honestly don't know how long it will take me to get to a 1.0 version, but I am constantly releasing free content updates and I plan to do so for the foreseeable future.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“Planned features include plot, quests, specialization options, melee weapons, item trading in multiplayer and of course Moar Enemies! Moar Weapons! Moar Abilities! Moar Explosions!”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“Black Ice is a functionally complete game with dozens of hours of gameplay and high replay value. Already implemented features include online multiplayer co-op, offline single player, item & ability modding, achievements, billions of items, and some very deadly enemies. (THIS ISN'T EVEN MY FINAL FORM)”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“The game will slowly increase in price up to the full version price of $20 as I add more features. This way, the game will always be a good deal and I'm not punishing people for buying early.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“I love hearing feedback and suggestions from my community. You can even see my public to-do list and vote and comment on your favorite potential features!”
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March 2

Black Ice Major Version 0.6 Patch Notes!

Hi everyone! This is what I've been working so hard on, I hope you like it :) This, and showing the game off at PAX South, East, and GDC!

  • Controller Support! This should "just work" for any controller. Try it out!
  • UI Overhaul - many menus are updated, prettier and easier to use
  • Gorgeous new server/building paint jobs.
  • Added Scorporation minion. All minions are now shiny!
  • Added Antialiasing as an option in the options menu
  • Drastic performance improvements, especially on large cities
  • Added a Colorblind mode for item rarity colors
  • Loot Cubes are a lot more descriptive and easy to see
  • Added new modular projectile type: Bouncy Ball! Reflects off all walls/floors but pierces through enemies. Can hit the same target multiple times!
  • Mysterious new Dark Servers

  • Enemy blood particles are now the opposite color of enemies. Rainbow sometimes!
  • 1990 Mode looks better (bloom takes affect afterwards, causing a glowing pixel effect)
  • Scorporation damage has been reduced by 50%, and other balancing tweaks
  • Removed "Simple Reflections" mode. Reflections are now on or off.
  • Buildings drop bitcreds instead of items sometimes now :)
  • Added a big floating $ hologram above shops
  • F7 is now Quick Save

  • Too many to count, but the game is going to run a lot smoother, faster, and better, especially on lower-end machines.

Controller GUI:

New Loot Cubes:

New Bouncy Ball Projectiles:

Dark Servers

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October 25, 2014

Black Ice Major Version 0.5 - Patch Notes

Major Features:
  • PVP - Shoot your friends!
  • LAN Mode - Play offline with reduced latency! Great for LAN parties!
  • Nemesystem - Dying has consequences, but revenge has its reward!
  • Two New Enemies - The Ghost in the Shellfish and the Scorporation
  • Minions - Summon your own combat AI!
  • Reflections - Oooh, Shiny!

Would you like to know more? Keep scrolling! I've got more details on the major features below.

Minor Features:
  • Cloaking Enemies affix - The Predator comes to mind
  • Rebalanced Server Difficulty - Now just look at your player level to figure out what level server to hack!
  • Retooled Level Generation - Easier to find servers of your level!
  • New Unique Item - The Porta Device - A Unique Mod which has a chance to teleport your attackers away
  • H or Q to hack - No matter which slot your Icebreaker is equipped in!
  • Halloween Surprise 2014 - Find your own #HackOLantern, or make one IRL and win a Black Ice T-Shirt!. Don't like the Black & Orange servers? Select "I Hate Halloween" in the top left of the main menu.

Not to mention Bug Fixes and System Enhancements all over the place!

Just select PVP from the Advanced Options when creating a multiplayer match to jump into PVP. You'll be automatically assigned to the Red or Blue team, although you can switch teams at any time by holding Tab and pressing the Switch Team button. Note that all servers and enemies are still active - and not friendly to you - so it's a race for each team to try to outlevel each other via hacking. Damage numbers are enabled for all players, which makes it much harder to hide from your enemies if you're hacking.

LAN Mode:
This takes a little extra work (instructions here!) but the benefit is that you can play multiplayer with no internet connection and with drastically reduced latency. And if you also own Disco Dodgeball, it's the same LAN setup :)

Dying to a server near or below your level will cause it to level up, but also will increase the odds of getting good loot from that server. And of course, the server will taunt you by displaying a large red skull hologram on the roof.

New Enemies:
The megacorps have been busy upgrading their security. First, the Ghost in the Shellfish is a big beefy crab-like enemy who can really knock your socks off (or your ass out of the hacking radius). The other new enemy is called the Scorporation. This high-tech scorpion AI packs a highly-damaging lasgun and can be very accurate, so keep moving!

Ever wanted your own pet AI? Now you can have one! Or eight! Minions are great for distracting enemies and can put out some damage to boot. Grabbing a health powerup will also heal your minions.

The world of Black Ice just got a bit brighter with the addition of high-fidelity raytracing reflections. This does affect performance, but you can turn it down to Simple Reflections mode in the options, or turn reflections completely off. One side effect of the Fancy Reflections mode: enemy death particles look super cool now.

Still want more info? Find me on Twitter! @BlackIceTheGame

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“It tickles your cyberfancy.”
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About This Game

Black Ice is a Hack and Shoot – a Cyberpunk First-Person Shooter / Hack & Slash RPG about hacking. Think Borderlands meets Tron. The cyber-world is procedurally generated, the colors are neon, the loot is randomized, and the lasers are loud. Black Ice is currently in Beta, with updates on the way.


  • Fast-paced First Person Combat
  • Billions of randomly generated items - Railguns! Rocket shotguns! Jetpacks!
  • Seamless online multiplayer- PVE and PVP!
  • A shiny, procedurally-generated neon world
  • Extremely open development
  • A wonderful original soundtrack (On Sale Here!) by epic composer V-Axys
  • Award-winning, addictive gameplay with high replay value
  • Mod Support
  • Photosensitive Mode

The Promise:

  • Every update for free
  • Zero microtransactions. This game will only ever cost you money once
  • Zero DRM
  • No copyright takedowns on Let's Play videos
  • Bug fixes will always be high priority


Black Ice is only this cheap for a limited time! This is an early access price, the cost will increase as more features are added. Black Ice will sell for $20 at launch. Additional updates will continue post-launch and for the foreseeable future.

I hope you're not afraid of spiders.


You can contact the developer either here on the forums, via email (, or on Twitter

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Core Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 8800GTX
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
    • OS: Mac OSX
    • Processor: Core Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 8800GTX
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
    • Processor: Core Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 8800GTX
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.9 hrs on record
Posted: February 5
Early Access Review
So I am absolutely adoring this game. I convinced some friends to purchase it as well and we have been having the time of our lives. I especially love the 1990 mode.

That being said I constantly encounter an issue when I start a game that every single store generated either only sells weapons, or power ups. Meaning if I'm in game and the stores are selling weapons, and I wanted a new jetpack, I would have to quit the game and jack in again with the hopes that all the stores are suddenly selling power ups. I'm new to this community so I'm not sure if this issue has been addressed yet but will it be possible in future to have a variety when it comes to the shops?

That is pretty much the only issue I have had with the game so far, otherwise keep up the amazing work.

Highly recommend.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 14
Early Access Review
After seeing the clips and reviews. I knew this was right down my alley. This is a must buy for any fan of the cyberpunk genre. All in all this game far exceeded my expectations. Hats off to the dev for making such a unique game.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 24
Early Access Review
I've been having a lot of fun playing this game so far. Like they say, the loot is a lot like borderlands. Seemingly endless build possibilities, quick leveling, and interesting gear make an otherwise monotonous game fun. I say monotonous because at this time there is really no story line or goals (besides taking down corporations). So if you love a grind that stays fairly interesting and challenging (via a very useful difficulty slider) you will probably like this game. Add to all that the fact that since it is a pretty simple game graphically it runs very smoothly. I can't wait to see what features are added in the near future. BTW, make sure you enable the INDEV function in preferences if you want the latest build.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 6
Early Access Review
The last patch made the game running way more smooth. Thanks, superdupergc!

Loads of neon, (sadly) less chrome (this may be due to my crappy graphics) - dozens of cyberpunk references.
As a huge fan of the genre, I really do appreciate that.
In it's current state, it is indeed a little bit monotonous, but for 10 Euros it is totally okay - it is listed and sold as early access and this game is in a faaaar better state than some other Pre-alpha games on steam! It is playable, stable, and already got something to do. You can, even in the current state, adjust your Avatar: More Weapons? Fill your slots with unique, randomized weapons! Or do you prefer using daemons doing the dirty work for you? Load your deck full with minionprograms.

-A story mode, some quests, hidden hints.
More hazards in Cyberspace - as far as I know, there is one AI (the shark) flying around and trys to fry you if you pull a Wilson, but nothing more.

-Implement flatlines (Neuromancer fans might remember good ol' Dixie!)

-Temporary effects: If you are taking too much damage in a short period of time or if you are hit by a special program/enemy, your vision might blur or your control bugs around until you load a specific program.

-"dungeons": Big servers, big cash. But the hidden datacubes in the big corp servers (with multiple rooms, floors, traps, whatever...) are well protected.

-updated economy: right now, money isn't really important.

-more enemies

-more avatar models / possibility to modify them

The game is cool for early access, the price is fair - there is a load of potential! +Cyberpunk
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
12.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 11
Early Access Review
One of best games on Steam. Highly recommend. 10/10.
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17 of 19 people (89%) found this review helpful
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 10, 2014
Early Access Review
It's not perfect yet, but it's pretty damn good, especially for only $10. The dev is super dedicated, super involved with the playerbase, and super nice. If you're like me, and a good loot system will get you into a game, then I'd highly reccomend picking it up. It's not perfect, but then again, I think you should know that buying an early access game.

The good:
-Really good visuals and audio. Very Tron-esque vibe.
-It's very generous with its rewards. You're leveling up and finding loot very frequently. No complaints about that- I think we all prefer that to when you've got to grind it out for ten minutes just to get one or two guns.
-It's obvious this is a labor of love. The dev is very active online promoting this game and getting feedback from people.
-The weaponry has a lot of variations. It really does a good job of encouraging you to mess around with different strategies and loadouts.
-Did I mention it's only ten bucks? It's a hell of a lot of game for that price.

The bad:
-The user interface needs some work. Sorting through your inventory and picking the best stuff is kind of a chore. Also, the menus are kind of small; a lot of them only use up between a third and a half of the space available.
-The economy needs balancing. Anytime I came across a shop, I had enough money to buy whatever I wanted, and then some, even before I unloaded my extra loot.
-The stat bonuses you get when you level up also could use some balancing. An extra 1% to accuracy isn't nearly as enticing to me as getting another 15% bonus to loot for the same value.
-The world feels kinda empty. It's just you, buildings and enemies (which, aside from one spot, only spawn when you're trying to hack buildings.) Some little environmental differences would make a big impact.

Overall, I think it's easily worth the purchase. I feel like I've already gotten my money's worth out of this game, and I'll still keep playing.
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 30, 2014
Early Access Review
This game rocks my socks. Guns, Lazers, Confetti Explosions when people die. What more could you ask for! Buy 4 coppies even if you dont have 3 friends.
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 26
Early Access Review
This game is a mix of bright, flashy colours, a ton of loot, a bunch of shooting and a whole lot of eye cancer. And this is why I like it. If you wanna skip the lengthy part of my review and wanna go straight to the pros and cons, you can find them below.

Let's start, shall we?
Although this is an early access game, I bought it. I rarely ever buy early access games and to be frank, it looked boring as hell on the screenshots. But after reading so many positive reviews and watching a video provided by the dev I wanted to try it for myself. So, what is it about?

Well, you're a hacker and you move in a virtual city (you could probably guess from all the wireframe yourself). That city is full of corporations you gott hack in order to level up your mad skillz. Your ultimate goal is to hack the biggest company in town, Finality Corp. This is not only the biggest building but also the most difficult to hack. So your primary objective is to hack as many buildings as you can to level up, get stronger and ultimately face the big-♥♥♥ cybershark, the end boss and dangerous protection software of Finality Corp.

So, how does the hacking work? You stand in front of a building and press either H or 1 on your keyboard (default controls). Then the hack will begin. Upon hacking enemies will spawn. The higher the skill level required to hack something, the longer the hack will take and the stronger the enemies will be. You get XP by successfully hacking a company's building and defeating the enemies. Be careful though, because as soon as the hack starts, you will be forced to move in a limited area of the hack. Leaving that area causes the hack to be cancelled.
Upon successfully hacking a building, it will get transparent and you will get loot which you can incorporate into your software to get stronger. The loot that drops is based on your own level. Also, better hacking devices mean better hacking, keep that in mind.

What kind of loot is there?
A lot. There is a whole bunch of weapons, from machine guns to shotguns, sniper rifles, ice blasts, fire balls, rainbowlasers, laser beam weapons, bombs and so on and so forth. It looks all pretty cool tbh. Then there are minions you can conjure to help you out, additional malware, so to speak. And also there are better hacking devices for you to pick up and a lot of other stuff. A lot of the items will give you passive bonuses on your stats and effectively boost your mad skillz.

What can you do with all the loot you don't need? Visit a shop! In a shop, you can sell your unwanted loot for bitcreds and buy better items with bitcreds. But I gotta say, after an hour of playing you'll acquire so many bitcreds that you can buy almost anything in a shop which means the stuff could be a bit more balanced imo. Also, enemies do not drop loot, they only give XP.

Speaking of enemies, what types of enemies are there?
Well, there are a few. Stationary towers, a lot of moving enemies, little spiders, big boss spiders, enemies with and without cannons, shields and lasers, scorpions and the like. Looks pretty cool but the enemies lack a bit of variety, there aren't all that many in the game as it is right now.
Luckily there is a ton of different weapons and skills to defeat them with. The only gripe I've got with it though is the fact that the game's got no weapons models which means you won't see your super cool laser cannon but that's okay I guess.

The game's got other neat details though.
For instance: When you walk up to a company's building you can look for its entrance door and click on it. This door will give you some info on the company you are about to hack and to be honest, it's humorous and I like it. You can also find that humour with a lot of items, for example the "Ghost In The Shellfish"-minion or the "Downloadable RAM"-upgrade. It's pretty nice and it made me smile more than once. Good job.

From the technical side of things the game runs well without any performance issues. The only issue being that things can get extremely bright and you will get eye cancer after a few hours of playing. Also some very bright spots can prevent you from seeing the last enemy to defeat to end the hack.

And what other game mechanics does this game have?
Well, you can shoot, walk, run, sprint, jump, use a jetpack to fly, teleport a few meters away and most importantly: hack.
But be careful, because everything you do will cost you RAM. You can increase your RAM by leveling up and assigning skill points or by items which give passive bonuses. A jetpack, for instance, needs to heat up which costs a bunch of RAM and the flying itself also costs a big bunch of RAM. And when you're completely out of RAM you cannot jump, fly or shoot or even hack. So keep an eye on your RAM meter.

To wrap this up, what are the pros and cons of the game?

+ Huge, open world with the option of an ever generating world, making the game endless
+ Flashy and colourful visuals and nice reflections
+ Big variety of weapons to choose from
+ Cool soundtrack
+ Great character stat customization and fast leveling up
+ Great challenge with higher tier hacks
+ A big bunch of cool upgrades for you to use
+ Achievements to go after
+ Nice humour and little details in the game as well as a couple of funny references
+ Bunch of loot
+ A nice dev
+ Highly addictive gameplay

- Lacking enemy variety
- Danger of eye cancer (srsly, dat shizz is BRIGHT)
- No visible weapon models
- The amount of bitcreds you get is unproportional to the amount of useful things in the shops or: too much creds
- Although the colours are nice, the game's look can get pretty monotonous
- As soon as you approach Finality Corp. the boss will spawn so you can't hack anything near that building
- The amount of possible songs playing during combat is a bit small
- The uge world can get demotivating, even on the lowest setting
- No story (can be a good thing or a bad thing, for me it is a con)

And, finally, what I'd like to see in the game:

* Fixing all the cons I just listed
* To have your very own house or company in the world as a base of operations where you can store your inventory and which you can decorate and such
* That hacked companies don't get transparent but instead get added to your company, changing colour rather than getting transparent
* Optional colour filters for the game to change up the look a bit (for instance a filter that paints all the black squares rainbow-ish with flashing colours and the like)
* A couple new game modes, for instance a survival mode or an arcade mode where you hack only one building but it takes longer with each level and such (or something that has something to do with music and flashing colours)
* Visible and customizable player model when going to your inventory and/or your base of operations as mentioned above
* You can equip two weapons at a time, would be cool if the right-click weapon was right and the left-click-weapon was left, I am currently shooting with two lasguns and it's kinda disappointing to only have one beam
* Make the city more alive with visible data streams and little critters running around or even NPC players doing stuff, combine this with the idea of houses you can go in and the shops and such will get more awesome

I guess I could rant on and on of what kind of stuff I'd like to see in the game if I just thought about it hard enough but I guess I'll stop now.
So, that's it.

Would I recommend this game? Absolutely.
At 10 bucks? You bet! It can get highly addictive and is a bunch of fun, even in this early state. There is a lot of room for improvement but the way I see it, the dev will sort that out.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
7.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2014
Early Access Review
Just got this game and IT IS AWESOME!!

Tons of baddies? Check
Easy to learn leveling system? Check

Seriously though, drop some Molly and get in the game!
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
4.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 16, 2014
Early Access Review
OMG best 10 bucks spent in while. Of course the game based on Tron and does feel like it too. Kinda also reminds of EYE Cyber Mancy and Borderland as well. Tons of random loot so its a loot fest. Also there charater build the way you want your charater to be so rpg fans will love this game. I give it a solid 9/10. Hope some of my friends get this game the online kinda empty with players, that the bad part about it. Unless you have friends that own this game.
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 7, 2014
Early Access Review
Black Ice is. Amazing. 'Nuff said. I would post a longer review, but I'm too busy playing this game!
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
22.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 21, 2014
Early Access Review
Lives up to the tagline, procedural generation done right. Satisfies action and grinding urges quite well, plus if you're epileptic there is a photosensitive mode.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 3, 2014
Early Access Review
The good: FPS, levelling, items and abilities, cool concept, good bit of fun with friends.
The bad: Somewhat limited when you get up higher levels (there is a substancial difficulty slider though)
Thoroughly enjoyable. If you don't care for a story and just want some simple FPS fun with underlying depth through level and weapon progression then you should enjoy this.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 6, 2014
Early Access Review
I really loved this game. While it doesn't last very long (4-5 hours), the overall experience was pretty awesome. Multiplayer is also pretty fun, although it would be cool if there were more servers. The only thing I thought it needs is an auto save function on the worlds, because when it crashes you have to restart all of your world progress.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 24, 2014
Early Access Review
In short? This game satisfies my A.D.D. 'Nuff said.

Black Ice is currently an Early Access game which means that there are many tweaks and additions to be make before the final product. The User Interface, Level Design, and Character Models are simple and the goal is basic. Hack servers. Each server looks like a colorful building, in essence, when you "hack a server" you active a horde of enemies that you must shoot your way through. When all the enemies are defeated, the server has been hacked.

You can hack as many servers as you like, so long as they are within range and spawn one wave of enemies after another. Though the difficulty could be a little harder, it still scales up well enough as is. Combine mass murdering of flying colours with an engaging soundtrack, how bad can things really be?

The only problems I have had while playing this game is pressing the wrong button. I have experienced no technical issues whatsoever. If you like killing things, I recommend getting Black Ice during it's Early Access as the price will double upon the final release. So long as technical issues don't arise, this game will only get better. It's worth the 10 bucks folks.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 9, 2014
Early Access Review
This is a great game for all of you casual fps players. The game revolves around a simple concept that still provides hours of fun. While I haven't yet had a chance to try out the multiplayer mode, I can tell you that the sigle player gameplay is original and interesting.

All of the mechanics are well thought out and balanced. For example, although the disk weapons deal more damage for their level than any of the other weapons, they take longer to travel to the enemy and back when an enemy is farther away.

All in all I would give this game a 9/10, however, the developer is very friendly and responsive to ideas from the community so: 10/10
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 6, 2014
Early Access Review
When I first tried this game it had one drawback for me: It did get a little lonely after a while, running around the cyber-grid busting open servers and fighting the neon spider things inside by myself. But now there's a minion system so I currently have my own neon spider thing and neon crustacean thing following at my heels and helping me hack, which 1) relieves the solitude of *takes drag of future cyber-cigarette* The Grid and 2) is really handy tactically because I'm TERRIBLE at first-person shooters and without my little d00dz doing most of the fighting I'd pretty much never level up.

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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 19, 2014
Early Access Review
Created a pipeline of 5-6 hacked servers right at spawn, if you time it right they kill each other for you.

Great game so far, I'm sure muliplayer/Co-op will be fun with plenty of players.

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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 19, 2014
Early Access Review
Such a cool take on the cyberpunk world! And the colors are pretty. With the new reflections in the indev version, it looks even better Gotta hack em all!
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 14, 2014
Early Access Review
Retro arcade hacking/fps? Is that a sentence? YEP! 9/10
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