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Cluj Napoca, Romania, European Union, December 12, 2008

exosyphen studios, a game development studio with a long standing experience and reputation, is pleased to announce Hacker Evolution: Untold, the newest hacking simulation game in which you play the role of a computer hacker in an attempt to change the future of mankind.

When the number of computers in existence and their processing capacity exceeds that of all mankind, a point of technological singularity is encountered.

A massive economic and systematic crisis hits the entire world. Nobody knows the exact cause, and all solutions to fix it, are failing. We are about to lose our position as a dominant species on the planet, in favor of something we have created... computers.

You play the role of Brian Spencer, a young computer programmer working for a company he started with a couple of friends, which has developed the technology from where it all started.

When you are being framed for crime, it's up to you to prevent computers from becoming the next dominant specie, and clear your name, using your hacker skills.

The concept behind Hacker Evolution: Untold is to create a game that challenges the gamers intelligence, attention and focus, creating a captivating mind game. Solve puzzles; examine code and bits of information, to help you achieve your objectives.

Hacker Evolution: Untold Pricing and Availability
Hacker Evolution: Untold requires Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000/2003/XP and costs $24.95(USD).
Additional information, as well as a free demo version, are available at http://www.exosyphen.com/

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