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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Hacking, according to gamer reviews.

Title, date, platforms and price Score Rating
8.29
97% 3,706 votes
8.23
94% 13,165 votes
8.05
95% 1,615 votes
7.61
89% 1,013 votes
7.50
88% 962 votes
7.46
100% 27 votes
7.44
92% 115 votes
7.07
84% 202 votes
7.01
83% 197 votes
6.87
81% 194 votes
6.80
100% 6 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Hacking is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Hacking, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Singleplayer 53%
  2. Indie 53%
  3. Puzzle 38%
  4. Action 38%
  5. Adventure 38%
  6. Simulation 37%
  7. 2D 35%
  8. Cyberpunk 32%
  9. Sci-fi 27%
  10. Atmospheric 24%
  11. Strategy 23%
  12. Casual 23%
  13. Story Rich 23%
  14. Programming 21%
  15. 3D 21%
  16. First-Person 20%
  17. Futuristic 19%
  18. Logic 18%
  19. Pixel Graphics 15%

The Hacking tag refers to a gameplay mechanic or theme in video games where players engage in activities related to computer hacking. Games with this tag often involve the player taking on the role of a hacker, infiltrating digital systems, bypassing security measures, and manipulating virtual environments.

In games with hacking mechanics, players may be required to solve puzzles, crack codes, or navigate through virtual networks to gain access to restricted information or control over various systems. The hacking element can be an integral part of the gameplay or serve as a narrative device that drives the story forward.

Hacking mechanics can manifest in different forms within games:

  • Puzzle-solving Hacking puzzles require players to use logic and problem-solving skills to decipher codes, break encryption algorithms, or manipulate virtual objects. Solving these puzzles successfully grants access to locked areas or reveals hidden information.
  • Mini-games Some games incorporate hacking mini-games that simulate the process of intrusion into digital systems. These mini-games often involve timing-based challenges, memory tests, or pattern recognition tasks. Successful completion allows players to progress within the game.
  • Narrative-driven In certain games with strong narratives centered around hacking themes (e.g., cyberpunk settings), players engage in dialogue-based choices and decision-making scenarios as they navigate through complex webs of deception and manipulation.
Cyberpunk 2077: This highly anticipated open-world RPG immerses players in a dystopian future where they play as V—a character who gains access into various computer networks using implants and specialized software. Watch Dogs series:A series developed by Ubisoft that puts players in the shoes of a skilled hacker with the ability to control and manipulate various devices connected to citywide networks. Deus Ex series: These games blend elements of first-person shooters and role-playing games, allowing players to approach missions and challenges using hacking skills.

Hacking-themed games offer a unique gameplay experience that combines problem-solving, strategy, and immersion into a digital world where players have the power to unlock secrets, outsmart security systems, and shape their own virtual destiny.

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