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May 5, 2013 | 12:41 PM EDT

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Use your keyboard to type in commands in the bottom command line.
Start with "help" to get some help (minus the "").
Use the mouse to click in the command line if it loses focus and click on objects in the game to see info about them.

level.break (pronounced "level-dot-break") is a pseudo-code hacking puzzle game in which you play a hacker who utilizes commands to break firewalls, and plant and use worms to free precious data cubes from servers. The playing field is randomly generated with 6 preset difficulties and the ability to fully customise all difficulty settings and even create your own presets. Learn the level.break hacking language to utilise all the commands to break through firewalls while avoiding detection.

-6 preset difficulty settings for randomly generated levels, with the ability to customise all difficulty settings

-a puzzle game with a similar feeling to minesweeper in which you utilise a pseudo-coding language

-you have to break blocks to get to the data cube(s), but beware of alarms or your hacking attempt may end prematurely

-destroy rows of firewalls with worms you plant on the server

-dozens of commands with similar syntax, maybe you can even find the hidden commands?

The game was made in a 30 hour game jam and sold in a bundle for Child's Play. This is the slightly adjusted flash version of the game.



Rated 0 / 5 stars

this is.. just... too... GRRR!!! there isn't even a tutorial.

FGRaptor responds:

Thanks for taking your time to play it. There is not a classic tutorial, no, but the instructions on how to play are in there if you type "help". The "classic" tutorial in itself is an invention of modern games, originally you would just be thrown into the game without any help and would have to resort to the manual if need be. I can understand if this is not to your personal preference, but I prefer to figure out games myself (which I always do, there's no hurt in trying everything) and despise annoying tutorials.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

fun once you figure out what you're doing

FGRaptor responds:

Thanks for taking your time to play it and I'm glad you liked it. It can be tough to figure out what to do first, but I'm glad you at least what could be found once you get there.