What is Hacknet: Labyrinths about?
Join a small team of elite hackers pulling off a complex series of data heists in Hacknet Labyrinths, a major expansion for critically acclaimed terminal-based hacking simulator, Hacknet.
Adding a new 3-4 hour chapter to the game, Hacknet Labyrinths sees you recruited by the mysterious Kaguya to join a small team of elite hackers on the hunt for powerful new tools and programs.
But working with the best isn't going to be easy. And as the series of heists increases in complexity and danger, you're going to need to use everything at your team's disposal to get in, get the job done, and get out without being caught.
Featuring new tools-such as the Memory Analyzer, capable of performing memory forensics on RAM-new programs, new networks to explore, new UI themes, new secrets to uncover in the original game, and a full new soundtrack, Labyrinths delivers more of the gameplay you loved in Hacknet along with some surprising new twists.
Guys, if you liked Hacknet OS, you'll love Labyrinths. Only with us from the 3 announced hours quickly scarcely 6 became, because it makes the name Labyrinths all honour. I have already invested 7 in much worse games. What can you expect?A DLC that opens a completely new chapter, that is a completely new sidestory. It makes sense to finish the main story before playing the DLC. The DLC is well thought out and remains true to Hacknet as such. Then a very cool soundtrack that reminds me of the early 90s but can run very well in the background without getting on my nerves. Is it worth the money? YES DAMMED!I hope even more comes from this fantastic indie game! Please keep up the good work! Support the developers and get this damn good DLC!
Team Fractal Alligator
Hacknet is an immersive, terminal-based hacking simulator for PC. Dive down a rabbit hoIe as you follow the instructions of a recently deceased hacker, whose death may not have been the accident the media reports. Using old school command prompts and real hacking processes, you'll solve the mystery with minimal hand-holding and a rich world full of