You can now hack other players from around the world in PWN: Combat Hacking

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You can now hack other players from around the world in PWN: Combat Hacking
| PWN: Combat Hacking

Back in March, Erik Asmussen's independent publishing company 82 Inc. released a neon-lit iPhone and iPad strategy title called PWN: Combat Hacking.

We loved PWN: Combat Hacking here at Pocket Gamer.

We loved it so much, in fact, that we handed it one of our shiny Silver Awards. Oh, and we called it a "ferociously intense multiplayer-focused real-time strategy game".

We did have a couple of complaints, mind. At launch, PWN: Combat Hacking featured local Bluetooth-based multiplayer gameplay only, which was slightly disappointing.

Good news, though, folks: 82 Inc. has just updated PWN: Combat Hacking with an online multiplayer mode. So, yeah, you can now compete against random players from around the world.

This update also includes a completely revamped single-player campaign in which you earn skill points and level-up every time you defeat an enemy.

There's iCloud support now, too, by the way, so your progress will automatically be synced across your many iOS-powered gadgets.

You can grab PWN: Combat Hacking from the App Store for £1.49 / $1.99 right this second.

Anthony Usher
Anthony Usher
Anthony is a Liverpool, UK-based writer who fell in love with gaming while playing Super Mario World on his SNES back in the early '90s. When he isn't busy grooming his beard, you can find him replaying Resident Evil or Final Fantasy VII for the umpteenth time. Aside from gaming, Anthony likes hiking, MMA, and pretending he’s a Viking.