PLAYISM lets the hacking begin with the release of Hacker’s Beat

Written by Contributor

September 9, 2015

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The intense keyboard based hacking‐rhythm game is now out on PLAYISM. Simulate the on‐the‐edge experience of breaking into a main frame illegally with an electronic twist. Replace your lines of code with a techno groove as your consistent keyboard typing is intermittently interrupted by the nuanced sound of the Enter key.

Take to the computer and play out your dangerous hacker fantasies with this clever rhythm game.

Hit all the “notes” that appear on your screen in the general area correlating to your keyboard to break into the system. Chase the beat as you dive deeper to seize the goal, but don’t let your accuracy slip; you don’t want to get out of time and fail the hack attempt.

Currently, Hacker’s Beat has 15 original songs that challenge your typing in unique ways, but there’s more coming soon. Also, multiplayer modes and song editor features are in the works for release in a future update.

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Getting into the mainframe just got funkier

Name: Hacker’s Beat

Platform: Windows

Price: $9.99 $8.99 launch sale

Genre: Rhythm Game

Store link:  http://playismgames.com/game/218/hackers‐beat

 

Hacker’s Beat is NOW available on PLAYISM for $8.99 with a 10% launch sale.

Check out the official storepage here:  http://playismgames.com/game/218/hackers‐beat

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