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iOS Universal Games
Glider Corp wants to thank the following for their wonderful reviews of our new product:
TOUCHARCADE: 4.5 out of 5 - "The Hacker does a great job at making you feel like a badass international hacker" - Jared Nelson
KOTAKU: "In sum, "The Hacker" is a superbly done alternate reality game for such a small platform." - Owen Good
148APPS : 4 out of 5 - "The Hacker is a great idea that stands out from the crowd" - Jennifer Allen
SLIDETOPLAY : 3 out of 4 - "The Hacker offers a fun and intriguing fantasy "hacking" experience" - Nadia Oxford
CNET: "Indeed, the Hacker offers a unique and entertaining experience, something I definitely haven't seen on my iPhone before" - Rick Broida
APPGEFAHREN: 4 out of 5 - "The presentation of the game is phenomenal, everything here is just right" - Uhr von Fabian
Important: This is purely a game, having a gripping story and the atmosphere together achieving a feeling of being an 80´s hacker
Glider Corp, a leading corporation in network solutions proudly presents the new Glider Operating System.
Among its features you can find:
Direct connection with the network
Plenty of modules for decryption, synchronization and bypassing of security systems
The arcade games emulator with the best titles for endless fun
Secrets and bonuses to be found only if your wit is up to the challenge
The most advanced tools for the most demanding jobs
New promotional Video added:
Disclaimer: Glider Corp does not support any so called "hackers" or any unathorized access to private networks or servers; it is the solely responsibility of the user to not engage in illegal actions with the presented software
Glider Operating System is now Universal; prepare your large screens for total immersion.
Expanded the network connection options, adding huge content to the original release of the OS.
Reduced Glider Corp writer's salary for his horrible grammar, now he is trying his best to keep his job.
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