Hacker Simulator is a game for Windows PCs that lets you try your hand at playing a computer hacker.
The storyline in Hacking Simulator is pretty fun. You play the game as Alex D., a programmer for a software company by day and a professional hacker by night. Downadup is a virus that has attacked millions of PCs around the world, undermining the whole network through Internet security breaches.
During a routine hack, you get caught by the German company whose website you were hacking, the Duckman Corporation. In order to stay out of jail. you've got to help prove the company's innocence, as it's currently being accused of having stolen top secret documents from the U.S. Army itself.
The missions in Hacker Simulator involve puzzles and following instructions to unlock different areas of the server you're trying to hack. Hacker Simulator has Matrix-style graphics and an appropriate (but seriously repetitive) soundtrack that helps project the mood of the game.
Hacker Simulator's developers say that their game is powered by the Hacker Evolution game engine from exosyphen studios, but many players will probably feel that Hacker Simulator is more of a copy than an expansion of it. The gameplay and graphics are almost identical in that regard.
Hacker Simulator is a fun and challenging puzzle game.