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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.
Release Date: Aug 15, 2011
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$19.99

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Buy Hacker Evolution Duality Deluxe Edition

Includes 8 items: Hacker Evolution Duality, Hacker Evolution Duality: Inception Part 1 DLC, Hacker Evolution Duality: Inception Part 3 DLC, Hacker Evolution Duality: Inception Part 2 DLC, Hacker Evolution Duality: Hardcore Package Part 1 DLC, Hacker Evolution Duality: Hardcore Music Pack DLC, Hacker Evolution Duality: Hardcore Package Part 2 DLC, Hacker Evolution Duality: Hacker Bootcamp DLC

Buy Hacker Complete Bundle

Includes 4 items: Hacker Evolution, Hacker Evolution: Untold, Hacker Evolution Duality, Hacker Evolution Duality: Inception Part 1 DLC

About the Game

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.

PC System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 1Ghz CPU
    • Memory: 1Gb RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 100 Mb
    • Video Card: OpenGL compliant video card
    • DirectX®: 8.0
    • Sound: DirectX compliant sound card

Mac System Requirements

    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: 1 GHz processor or faster
    • Memory: 512Mb RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 200Mb free disk space
    • Video Card: 32Mb video card

Linux System Requirements

    • Processor: 1Ghz CPU
    • Memory: 1Gb RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: Hard Disk Space: 100 Mb
    • Note: Requires FreeGLUT and libSDL packages
Helpful customer reviews
112 of 123 people (91%) found this review helpful
1.3 hrs on record
Uplink, the 12-year old "hacking simulator", is possibly the finest game of its type yet created. But it is definitely showing its age and I'm not averse to trying something new. On the face of it, Hacker Evolution Duality looks to be an excellent successor to that beloved classic. But first appearances are frequently misleading.

Hacker is not a game; it is a collection of dull and fiddly mini-games. While it has an excellent presentation, the gameplay itself is nothing more than pushing a button at the right time; an uninteresting race against the clock that you need to repeat dozens of times in each mission. It looks great - it has the appearance of Hollywood hacking nailed - but it quickly degenerates into uninteresting repetitiveness. And just to make things even less fun, the controls were stiff and unresponsive; just the thing for a game that demands quick reflexes. Despite its stylish gloss, the game fails to engage on almost every other levels and ultimately is not particularly fun.
Posted: November 27, 2013
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68 of 74 people (92%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
I played the first Hacker Evolution and I loved it. So when I heard that there was going to be a sequel, I jumped at the chance to purchase it!

However, this game has little to recommend it, and doesn't much resemble the original at all. The original made you feel like an actual hacker, typing commands into a console. This game is a GUI based point-and-click. You don't get the feel of being a hacker that you might expect from the title.

Not only that, but the gameplay is boring, and a lot of the tools at your disposal are arbitrarily difficult to use, and the time limit placed on you just makes things stressful and not fun when the tools take almost as long or longer than the time allotted to you. Do not buy.
Posted: November 27, 2013
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43 of 47 people (91%) found this review helpful
0.5 hrs on record
This game is absolute garbage. It's not "open world" and it sure isn't full of amazing anything. I'm sure you're thinking "Oh man this looks just like Uplink!" and you would be right it does LOOK like Uplink which suckered me into buying this hunk of digital crap. This game is nothing like Uplink and is utterly disappointing to play.
Posted: December 1, 2013
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30 of 30 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.1 hrs on record
its a simple hacking simulator, I mean simple is really simple like to hack a server is as easy as double click.
Really not interesting or chalenging, i think "hackthegame" the free hacking simulator game is far better than this game.
look at the price, its so overpriced and not worth with your money, there are so many better title with the same price.
Posted: January 26
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36 of 40 people (90%) found this review helpful
1.5 hrs on record
What sort of game developer makes you pay for a tutorial? The game is glitchy, even the developers cannot give a proper one and done solution for users who have glitches. Not worth 20 dollars, certainly not worth the dlc.
Posted: March 10
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