Solve puzzles and fight against totalitarianism, abuses of power, and terrorism as a hotshot computer security cracker in the excellent puzzle game exploit by Gregory Weir released in 2009. In each level you must try to get access to the root node by firing off packets of data and finding ways to bypass all digital obstacles.
Ahhhhh, I remember this.
Gregory Weir had a few games that really strongly affected me, for no particular reason. Something about his games just click with my emotions.
I vaguely remember the plot details behind THIS game, but I remember more that the puzzles were terrific!
Thanks for reminding me of this great game, by a great dev.
Haven't played this before, but I love the puzzles and the atmosphere!
Fun fact, the sequel to this game is currently in early access. If you want to try it out, google exploitzeroday.com, or follow this link: https://exploitzeroday.com
Great game, thanks!
I am so using that recipe for persimmon pastries. X )
Wow, this is great! Cool puzzles, and a cool story to actually keep you doing the puzzles! I didn't even care that Locha is basically North Korea, and this is sort of anti-Korean propaganda with some anti-US side notes... (That's something I might have cared about otherwise.) I'd definitely play a #2.
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