Crack the Code

A project in Oakland, CA by Travis

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Your network has been compromised! It is up to you and your elite team of hackers to restore your program in this co-op puzzle game.
Backers: 426
Average Pledge Per Backer: $24

Funded: $10,352 of $5,000
Dates: Nov 5th -> Nov 22nd (17 days)
Project By: Travis
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Latest News

The final run!

November 20th - via:
Greetings, Hackers! We’ve unlocked Bugs, Malware, wild Data, and some help cards. Before we hop into the latest unlocks, we want to pause and say thank you to all our fans who help make these Kickstarter projects a reality. It’s something we love... (Read More)

Initiate Cloaking

November 18th - via:
Hey there, Hackers! We're heading into the final hours of the campaign! Thank you for all your support along the way. We hope you have been enjoying these daily unlocks. Without further ado, let's look at today's and yesterday's milestones.  Tuesday... (Read More)

Wild Ransomware Detected!

November 16th - via:
Today is for us, hackers. Programs are loaded with firewalls, viruses, bugs, and you can’t always anticipate the best outcome. Together, we can hopefully lock-in and overcome the odds! We have only a few days of our campaign left, so let’s talk... (Read More)

Solo Live Play with Man vs Meeple Starts at 1pm EST TODAY!

November 15th - via:
Hey, everyone! This is just a quick reminder that Jeremy Howard will be showing off the solo mode of Crack the Code today at 1pm EST. Watch here: We'll be back with our next update tomorrow!  (Read More)

WARNING! Countdown started. Try a new command.

November 13th - via:
Are you ready? We find ourselves at the end of the second week, with nothing but programs to hack. Yesterday, we unlocked another Malware card, in case you thought the bugs were too easy.  This Malware card, Countdown, means that you play under... (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Roundup: Robots, Aliens, Wizards, and More!

November 12th - via:
Chip Theory Games is known for its chip-based games, which often feature high-quality poker-type chips in place of standees or miniatures. Burncycle is a cooperative game about robots battling their evil human overlords, and it’s a programming game with some interesting aspects. Wizards & Relics is a card game from a first-time Kickstarter creator about dueling wizards. (Read More)

Ready to Squash Some Bugs?

November 11th - via:
It’s time to hack!  It has been a massive pleasure to see the reaction to this game! We appreciate all the excitement and buzz that you’ve generated with us. Thank you for helping us bring Crack the Code to life! Yesterday, we added some new... (Read More)

Hackers unite!

November 9th - via:
We’ve had a great first week and we’re just digging into the milestone updates, but we’re super excited to show you what we’ve got cooking for this game!  In our second milestone, we introduced Malware cards. Malware cards make the game more... (Read More)

Flash Point: Fire Rescue and The Resistance studio reveals co-op game Crack the Code

November 6th - via:
Work together to protect an online network from enemy hackers in Crack the Code, an upcoming game from Indie Boards & Games - the studio responsible for Flash Point: Fire Rescue and The Resistance: Avalon. Crack the Code is a co-op board game for one to four players that sees players becoming master hackers attempting to stop a malicious attack on their program. (Read More)

Welcome to the Team!

November 5th - via:
I’m in.  It’s time to hack into the mainframe. But, to do that, we’re gonna need your help to… crack the code.  We’re excited to present a new cooperative game that appeals to all ages with a unique tactile feel. Crack The Code is another... (Read More)

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