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Author:  CABAL [ Thu Jul 25, 2013 12:33 pm ]
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Just so you all know, digital dystopia no longer exists. their site is gone and no reference to them can be found via search engines.

Author:  sentinel [ Wed Jul 31, 2013 2:34 pm ]
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Quote:
Just so you all know, Digital Dystopia no longer exists. their site is gone and no reference to them can be found via search engines.
The company is probably gone. I found some info on them here.

Both their games (Blue Sky and Digital Hazard) are available for download on that page. I can't test the links now, though, since I'm on my mobile.

Author:  temp44 [ Tue Apr 01, 2014 7:27 am ]
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Hi,
a rather new one is Hax.
Its homepage can be found here.
Cheers

Fixed the link for you, since you have already proven you're not a spambot
- Sentinel

Author:  ghost_sypher [ Fri Oct 31, 2014 11:05 am ]
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Uh, nice one. Hax, hmm?

I will try that out. And I am glad to see that onlink is still not completely dead 8)
Nite to see Miah, Tycho, Sentinel, Mc2m and Switch are still around; even good ol' Hawk_v3. And hello to the new additions: oldgold, temp44 and others. Hi!

So Onlink -> kite -> Cerberus now?

Author:  sentinel [ Fri Feb 20, 2015 11:16 am ]
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Onlink is sort of dying, actually. Mc2m still takes some care of it, but the main focus right now is Kite.

Author:  hans henrik [ Fri Mar 06, 2015 5:38 pm ]
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does anyone here play Slavehack? i for whatever reason, logged in. turns out i last logged in about 1800 hours (circa 2 years) ago, and had 2 slaves surviving, i collected from 1 of them, earning 63 million :lol:

Also, their anti-bot captcha looks beatable, hmm...

Author:  ghost_sypher [ Thu Nov 22, 2018 5:56 pm ]
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So any news on kite or even onlink?

Edited the gameslist with a few games I found recently on GoG and Steam.

- else Heart.Break()
- Hacknet & Hacknet - Labyrinths
- Quadrilateral Cowboy
- hackmud
- Hack 'n' Slash
- TIS-100
- Shenzhen I/O
- Mainlining
- Cyber Warrior (t.b.d.)

I just added them below the old list without any numbering in a new rubric because I couldn't bring myself to rearrange the whole thing.
I really liked "else Heart.Break()". Very interesting game concept.
"Hacknet" is also quite fun and good - very much the uplink-concept: you run a PC from a terminal.
"Quadrilateral Cowboy" is very strange - like it for that, else it's more a puzzle game.
"Hack 'n' slash" is more about training outside-the-box thinking in a playful way: editing attributes within a game to cheat your way around.
"TIS-100" and "Shenzen I/O" are puzzle-games with setting inside a computer, mainframe or integrated circuit.

Author:  sentinel [ Fri Jan 04, 2019 9:23 am ]
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Since you've brought up Shenzhen I/O and TIS-100, I'll add another Zachtronics one to that: EXAPUNKS. It's not at all realistic, but programming your EXAS is pretty fun.

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