Hacker Series and DLC For $2.99 On Bundle Stars

March 20, 2014 - Andrew Eisen

Interested in picking up the Hacker series for super cheap?

Head on over to Bundle Stars sometime in the next 27 days and you'll be able to pick up Hacker Evolution, Hacker Evolution: Untold, Hacker Evolution Duality and all the DLC for $2.99.

A Steam account is required to enjoy the games.  All games run on Windows but Hacker Evolution Duality and its DLC also runs on Mac and Linux.  

Developed by indie dev Exosyphen, the Hacker series "allows gamers to enter a mysterious virtual world of intrigue and danger. From solving a chain of disastrous events that have crippled critical services worldwide, to combating other hackers controlled by a hostile artificial intelligence, The Hacker Bundle offers many hours of gameplay... Bypass complex security systems, find exploits and information, and steal money to finance mission objectives. Bribe, frame or even murder other people using ingenious traps. It’s all in a day’s work for a virtual hacker. Players will have to rely on all their wits and guile to survive in a secretive, cutthroat digital world and solve captivating mind games."

Here's the full bundle contents:

  • Hacker Evolution (Win)
  • Hacker Evolution: Hardcore Package 1 DLC (Win)
  • Hacker Evolution: Untold (Win / Mac)
  • Hacker Evolution: Untold - Hardcore Package 1 DLC (Win)
  • Hacker Evolution Duality (Win / Mac / Linux)
  • Hacker Evolution: Duality - Inception Part 1 DLC (Win / Mac / Linux)
  • Hacker Evolution: Duality - Inception Part 2 DLC (Win / Mac / Linux)
  • Hacker Evolution: Duality - Inception Part 3 DLC (Win / Mac / Linux)
  • Hacker Evolution: Duality - Hardcore Package 1 DLC (Win / Mac / Linux)
  • Hacker Evolution: Duality - Hardcore Package 2 DLC (Win / Mac / Linux)
  • Hacker Evolution: Duality - Hacker Bootcamp DLC (Win / Mac / Linux)
Source: Bundle Stars
 
-Reporting from San Diego, GamePolitics Contributing Editor Andrew Eisen
 

 
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