Hack A Phone To Find Evidence Of Terrorism In Korea’s Replica



Korean adventure game Replica gives players the phone of a suspected terrorist, tasking them with cracking its security and passwords to find evidence.




Created by the developer of Retsnom, Replica makes players work to decipher the various passwords and codes needed to access the phone’s functions and social media. To do so, players will have to look for password clues in accessible areas such as phone calls and texts, using those to dig deeper into the owner’s messages and secrets.




The developer does not list a specific release date for the game, although it is complete enough to be submitted to IndieCade Festival 2016 and Out Of Index, and has already been nominated for Best Narrative at BIG Festival.

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