Hack Run ZERO

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About this game

It's time for a SECOND Hack Run!

Note: Hack Run ZERO is a prequel to the app 'Hack RUN'. You should play 'Hack RUN' before starting this game.

>>> "I promise you that today's hacking game... is worth the look. It's called Hack Run ZERO, and here's why you need to check it out" - AppChronicles.com

Test your skills again as you hack your way through strange and secretive organizations to discover their hidden agendas! Hack Run ZERO uses old school prompts (like dos and unix) to help you navigate from system to system. As you access users' accounts, you'll discover more and more about the organizations and the people that work there.

Your adventure begins when you receive a disturbing ransom note about a loved one. Your only way to set them free is to follow the kidnapper's shady demands. Once again your mission is to penetrate the maze of computer accounts through the use of your hacking skills. The stakes run high as you uncover more and more of the enemy's diabolical plan; and with over 70 levels there's no guessing how it will all end!

Stuck on a level? Just use the 'hint' or 'answer' commands to help you along.

Make sure to play the THIRD game in the series 'Hack Time' after finishing this game.

Hack Run ZERO is a game. It is not a tool or aid for learning how to hack into real computer systems. i273 LLC does not endorse hacking.
Updated on
Jul 19, 2014

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126 reviews
A Google user
December 14, 2019
This is just to get your attention. Not sure why, but the game did not work right, some things would not trigger after certain events and the renters website was completely down, 401 error... I am not disappointed the story line was great, but people are paying real money for this...
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Nguyen Jack
May 31, 2021
Insanely addictive and original idea for gameplay. A little bit tough sometimes but so so worth it.
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A Google user
September 10, 2014
**SPOILER ALERT** I used the answer cmd so many times because I can't guess things that are simply not known and have to be guessed. Eg. 'core' and 'deac' -no unix system I've used does deac deactivate things, which is fine if you don't have to guess it - kinda silly way to make things abstruse. Systems come with instructions, man. Why are the full set of runtime commands hidden (from the head of IT)? Ohhh, because you couldn't think of any more ways to make the game harder, and expanding on terminal commands was too much work. The other Hack Run was a bit repetitive, with the constant passwd hunt...but it was more natural to play. This version is irrational.
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