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A Hackers' Hunt, a platforming game with an emphasis on co-op, is available on Steam Greenlight right now, and we'd appreciate your vote! There's a playable alpha version to hopefully convince you that the game is worth voting 'Yes' for!

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Our first commercial game, A Hackers' Hunt, is a platforming game with an emphasis on co-op fun! With this game, we've really tried to eliminate factors that make a lot of co-op games less fun, like having to wait for your partner while you're dead, to make the game a lot more fun to play with two! The game is on Greenlight right now, and we'd like you to try the game and vote for us.

Right here, you can download a playable alpha demo, which can be played by one or two players with controller or keyboard (for two players, you need at least one controller!). The potential we're trying to convince you of is one of co-op fun, so we'd like you to kick back and play this demo with two players, the way it's meant to be played.

A Hackers' Hunt 0.1 screenshots

Whether you like the game or not, we'd love your feedback on the game on our Greenlight page, over here:

A Hackers' Hunt Greenlight page

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Nice looking game

(Fack, where's my HL3 Speculations ?)

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gekooktei Author

Haha, awesome that you noticed. Did you pause at every sentence? I always do with those kind of lists.

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Looks neat. The only problem is, what if you don't have any friends?
(Also, if they lost their Chuck Norris jokes, I think it's for the best.)

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gekooktei Author

Well, playing alone is certainly a possibility, and I suggest you give it a try if you don't have a co-op partner. It should just be noted that co-op is the "recommended", thoroughly tested way of playing.

I don't know, for example, I didn't see the appeal in playing Monaco: What's Yours is Mine alone, but a lot of people did like that. A Hackers' Hunt might be very fun alone. I've always enjoyed playing alone for testing purposes, but I never really tried a long run.

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