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May 18, 2011 | 2:11 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place May 19, 2011

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Author Comments

As you might have heard millions of data was stolen from the PlayStation servers. Can you protect the server from further damage? Good luck!

Version 1.5:
- Fixes lag issue (sorry guys!)
- Fixed blurry menu text

Controls:
Click, drag and release to build fences.

Sponsor:
RoundGames.com

Reviews


SublimetallicSublimetallic

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 19, 2011

Cool Game!!!

Nice work, keep working hard



8bitcontroversy8bitcontroversy

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 19, 2011

Fun, simple gameplay

Nice little game. Enjoyed it!



yesyshyesysh

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 19, 2011

not bad

pretty cool but the graphics a boring but its a great concept.


Kenney responds:

Thanks, the graphics are simple and abstract...not boring! XD


molkmanmolkman

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 19, 2011

Theme lost

The game is fun and the idea is nice, but the graphics are just so boring. The concept is pretty funny, but that is also the problem of the game. The title implies that the game is a funny reference to the PSN incident, which it clearly is not. It really needs a major injection of humor. For example the upgrades could be themed in a way they fit the whole PSN incident. All in all, the funny stops right after clicking the link to play the game and the game itself turns out to not be related to the theme at all except for there being a black box with PS symbols in the middle.


Kenney responds:

Well ofcourse the black box in the middle is supposed to be the PSN server and the other shapes are hackers (how are you supposed to draw 'hackers'?). The upgrades make sense game wise and aren't witty and confusing. I decided not to add any backstory or expansive instructions because I was aiming for the most simple approach. Sadly, not everyone 'gets' it. Thanks for your review though!


LazersLazers

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 18, 2011

Ohey

You probably aready now, but your game was featured in a vidya game website article.
http://www.gamesradar.com/ps3/playsta tion-3/news/psn-hit-by-password-updat e-exploit/a-20110518164846520040/g-20 060314115917309058
(remove the spaces)


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Kenney responds:

Didn't see that article yet :) Kotaku wrote about it and even some PS3 related sites. That makes me happy :D