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Get hack-happy tonight with match-3 puzzler Neurokult

By , on October 16, 2013
Last modified 1 year, 1 month ago

Hackers, take note: Cyberpunk puzzler Neurokult will break down the App Store's firewall at midnight tonight.

That is to say, you can buy Neurokult for iPhone and iPad in a few hours. The App Store's security hasn't been compromised or anything. Relax already. Geez.

So, why all this talk of hacking? Well, Neurokult gives players a window into an abstract world filled with neon colours and floating circuitry, and then asks you to connect coloured neurones together.

It's essentially a match-three puzzler set against the clock. The circular neurones float from left to right, giving you a limited window to select the correct colour and tap them into oblivion.

You have look out for curveballs like bombs and snipers, however. Accidentally tap these bad boys, and you'll be staring at the Game Over screen before you can say "He's starting to believe".

We've have a bash at Neurokult, and it's shaping up to be a seriously testing dose of arcade fun. It'll be on the App Store from midnight, and will cost you £1.49 / $2.99. In the meantime, check out the trailer above for a sneak peek.


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