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Hacker Evolution est un jeu de simulation de hacking avec des graphismes et des options sans précédent. Vous êtes un agent spécialisé dans la sécurité informatique. Un enchainement d'évènements va faire de vous la personne qui va pouvoir stopper la catastrophe qui se profile à l'horizon. Marchés, banques centrales, réseau satellites...
Date de parution: 14 sep 2010
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Steam Trading Cards now available for Hacker Evolution

14 juillet 2014

Steam Trading Cards now available for Hacker Evolution.
Have fun using them :)

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Hardcore Package Part 2 / New DLC available for Hacker Evolution

10 juillet 2014

Hello everyone,

We have just released a new DLC which brings new levels to Hacker Evolution.


Hardcore Package Part 2 in the STEAM store

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À propos du jeu

Hacker Evolution est un jeu de simulation de hacking avec des graphismes et des options sans précédent.
Vous êtes un agent spécialisé dans la sécurité informatique. Un enchainement d'évènements va faire de vous la personne qui va pouvoir stopper la catastrophe qui se profile à l'horizon.
Marchés, banques centrales, réseau satellites... ces crashs cachent quelque chose d'important. A vous de le découvrir.
Pour ce faire, hackez votre chemin dans le réseau d'ordinateurs et faites ce qu'il faut pour assembler les pièces du puzzle.

Le jeu se situe dans le monde de l'informatique et vous plongera dans le monde du hacking.

Hacker Evolution a pour but de vous mettre en situation pour réagir et résoudre des énigmes pour parvenir au traitement des objectifs.

Comprend :
  • Capacité de concevoir vos propres niveaux
  • Éditeur de mods
  • Plusieurs types d'interfaces
  • Niveaux complexes pour une expérience qui maintient l'intérêt
  • Emploi en freelance pour plus de variété
  • Mode console avec commandes spécifiques et outils

    Configuration requise (PC)

      Minimum :
      • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP / 2000 / 2003 / Vista / Windows 7
      • Processeur : 1 Ghz
      • Mémoire : 512 Mo de RAM
      • Graphismes : Carte graphique compatible DirectX
      • DirectX® : DirectX 8.0
      • Disque dur : 200 Mo
      • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX

    Configuration requise (MAC)

      OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
      Processor: 1 GHz processor or faster
      Memory: 1Gb RAM
      Hard Disk Space: 200Mb free disk space
      Video Card: 32Mb video card

    Configuration requise (Linux)

      Processor: 1Ghz CPU
      Memory: 1Gb RAM
      Hard Disk Space: Hard Disk Space: 100 Mb
      Note: Requires the libSDL2, libSDL2_mixer and libSDL2)_image packages
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    99 personne(s) sur 119 (83%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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    2 évaluations
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    Hacker Evolution is more of a typing game, then a hacking simulator. I like the concept of hacker games. The sense of online omnipotence has a huge appeal. HOWEVER, this game actively punishes exploration. A lot of the game is trial and error. If you do not do things in order, you will have to restart. Restart the level? No, the entire game. Your penalties from previous levels carry over to the next.

    If you ever feel the need to check out things off the developers predetermined path, they slap you with in game monetary penalties. ex: You see that a website called dot-hackers.net. Seems cool, right, so you go to check it out. You are penalized for looking up the website. Yes, they penalize you for LOOKING UP WEBSITES! Then they penalize you for logging on, and then they penalize you for downloading files. The only way to take away your penalties is too pay in game money. They penalize you when you make money. Every. Single. Time. So if you get the game, go ahead and save yourself some headaches and use the money cheat (xmoney) to give yourself all the money you will ever need.

    The good thing about the game is that it had somewhat of a vision, but if you want a hacking game that makes you feel powerful, go with UPLINK.
    Posté le : 24 avril 2014
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    20 personne(s) sur 27 (74%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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    3 évaluations
    4.9 heures en tout
    I'll be honest, I used to enjoy this game a bit. And then I bought Uplink. Seriously, the fact that this game increases your global trace no matter what is completely stupid. I just wish it didn't take buying a better hacker sim to see how poor this one really is.
    Posté le : 25 juin 2014
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    17 personne(s) sur 24 (71%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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    98 évaluations
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    This review covers Hacker Evolution and its expansion, Hacker Evolution: Reinsertion, which is included with the base game. From the very beginning, as you start the tutorial, you realize that Hacker Evolution is all about the command-line interface. This has its pros and cons, but fortunately, it all comes together quite well. Scrolling up and down in order to read through information that has since gone off the small window can be a little problematic and sometimes confusing, as you will be fishing for short lines of detailed text in order to perform various text commands. The music is constantly of the techno genre, but it is overall enjoyable after you get used to it. Being that this is the developer's first (as far as I know) effort in the hacking simulation genre, it is much more polished, much more user friendly, less cumbersome, and with far less flaws than Uplink in every way. This still means that the game play will be slow at times, and you will need to appreciate this type of game in order to enjoy it. The missions are interesting, challenging, and with personality. You actually believe that you are part of the short story in meaningful ways, and after completing each goal, there is a feeling of accomplishment and significance. The story progression makes sense and manages to remain interesting, as each level provides new challenges. Also, if you do not have enough funds at the end of each level, in conjunction with a high trace count, you will need to start the game over from the beginning, which is a very serious problem, in my opinion. If you are not careful from the very beginning, the game simply tells you "your fault, start over". Which I suppose means that it is an attempt to go along with the simulation aspect of the experience. It is trying to be as realistic as possible. All missions are exceptionally designed, and it is clear that the developer took great care and attention to detail to prepare all of them, in conjunction with the storyline. It is also valuable to point out that even though the amount of commands is limited, all missions have a different feel to them, and must be approached from different angles in order to succeed. It is amazing how much excitement is offered in this game as everything on screen is mostly text based, with the exception of the background graphic and mission briefings. It is the most engrossing and captivating hacking simulation game I have ever played, despite the fact that it does not have many competitors. The overall experience is fresh, fun, and with an absorbingly interesting atmosphere. It is a game that should be used as the prime example and inspiration for what all future hacking simulation games should be and must be.

    Hacker Evolution is good.
    Posté le : 20 mars 2014
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    5 personne(s) sur 5 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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    I've seen better portrayals of comptuers on NCIS [youtube two idiots one keyboard to see what I mean]. This isn't a simulation of anything in reality at all. Highly stylized but unconnected to reality, but I can't really say I expected much from a game that equates "hacker" with "script kiddie." :Le sigh:

    As someone who uses a terminal on a daily basis, I can tell you this isn't even remotely what real digital B&E is. This game had me pulling my hair out over how terribly it portrays a CLI. Maybe the game has a decent storyline, I wouldn't know -- I was too busy head-desking over this game. Give me an open bash terminal and I'll show you some REAL hacking, and it WON'T involve using a single command to break into a box.

    tl;dr If you use Linux or are anything above a luser, don't get this game.
    Posté le : 24 juin 2014
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    Of course anyone, who knows Uplink (a great game from Introversion) will compare this game to it, but they are different games by playstyle. Whereas Uplink requires speed and good mouse skills, this game wants you to think ahead and search around for clues at your own pace.
    You mostly use your keyboard to control your computer (mouse only required to work on the map). By issuing commands you can bypass security layers and access data that you require.

    It may not be as impressive as Uplink, but it is still an enjoyable game.
    Posté le : 12 août 2014
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    186 personne(s) sur 193 (96%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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    3 évaluations
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    You won't be hacking the mainframes when you finish this game, but overall it is a decent puzzle game involving the concepts of network intrusions and data gathering. The whole game is presented in an Amiga amber color with a mostly command line interface and some point and clicking. You are presented with missions by invading companies, extracting data, and breaking computer securities by use of proxies and other tools you. With a pretty chill electronic music sound track to go with it, I had an overall good time with this game pretending to be a hacker. I hope you like typing. For a couple of bucks, it's not bad.
    Posté le : 26 novembre 2013
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