Beglitched Turns Hacking Into An Adorable Magical Art

By Joel Couture . October 10, 2016 . 2:00pm


Beglitched has players acting as the Glitch Witch’s apprentice after acquiring a strange computer, hurling them into a pastel world of cute hackers and other internet troublemakers and forcing them to fight them off.




Beglitched has players seeking out hackers buried in grids of symbols. Drawing from Match-3 games, Minesweeper, and the act of debugging code, the gameplay will have players finding these online troublemakers and cutting them off before they themselves get cut out of the system.




Beglitched uses a ‘cyperpink’ aesthetic, rendering its digital world in cute, friendly symbols and artwork, creating a system that is both alien and lighthearted. It’s silly sense of humor and adorable take on hacking are available now through Steam,, and Humble Store.

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