Nameless: the Hackers RPG
iOS Universal Games
Enjoy a well-crafted narrative set in the modern hacking world of today. Hack systems, troll IT admins, and dive deep into the shadows of the internet. Make allies and save the world in this epic RPG.
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Playable without network connection.
App of the Year SlideDB.com
Editor's Choice 148Apps.com
"Part visual novel, part turn-based RPG in which combat is sort of a metaphor for computer hacking, Nameless: The Hackers has been quite the nice little distraction for my commute every day." - Jason Schreier (Kotaku.com)
"I don't think I can sing Nameless: The Hackers RPG's praises enough. It's a clever and contemporary RPG that effortlessly pulls off "familiar" and "unconventional" simultaneously." - Rob Rich (148Apps.com)
"Could this game actually be something original? I think it is! Bravo, developers. Bravo." - John Tucker (RPGFan.com)
A group of hackers are hired to track down a renegade researcher (cough, Sn0wd3n) and find themselves caught up in a deep conspiracy. Soon, the "Nameless Hackers" realize they're the ones being hunted by omnipotent world governments, elite hackers, and corporate spies. Can the "Nameless Hackers" expose the lies? The truth is out there!
● No wait timers and no In-App Purchases. EVER!
● Set servers on on fire.
● Strategic turn-based battles.
● 20 Upgradable skills.
● Collect information on the internet.
● Character development. Yes, Character development.
● Over 50 different cutscenes and 13 towns to explore.
● Tons of character artwork & original music!~
Stuck in the Game? Need Help? A fan made a gamefaqs.com! Yay!
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Updated for iOS9.0
Lots of memory usage improvements
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