Bulgaria  China  Taiwan  Czech  UK  France  Germany  Indonesia  Italy  Japan  Malaysia  Poland  Portugal  Romania  Russia  Spain  Turkey  Vietnam

This page is currently in English. Please translate into Czech.
Articles are constantly being updated.
Please copy contents from the source page before beginning translations.
Source provided for guidelines only.
Please feel free to rephrase the article to suit the needs of the language.

Summary Edit

In the game, a program is a piece of software that is used to hack into other networks. Programs are created in the game (assembled) through the use of the Compiler node and are stored in the Program Library. The player starts with a basic offensive program, the Beam Cannon, and can investigate and improve the capabilities of known programs through the use of the Evolver.

Characteristics Edit

All programs have three main characteristics: install time, disk space and compilation time.

  • Install Time: the amount of time that it takes for it to be installed in another network.
  • Disk Space: the amount of slots in the Program Library that the program uses up..
  • Compilation Time: the amount of time required to assemble the program in the compiler. Credits can be used to compile programs instantaneously.

In addition to these, the different program categories (Stealth, Offensive and Defensive) have additional values that affect how they can be used in the game.

Hackers Wikia - Seznam Programy
Programy Uzly Hraní hry

Battering ram Beranidlo  Ion cannon Laserový paprsek  Blaster Fúzní dělo  Kraken Kraken 
Maniac Maniak  Shock Zkrat  Shuriken Hvězdice  Worms Červi 


Icewall LEDová Zeď  Protector Protektor 


Access Přístup  Dataleach Datová pijavice  Portal Portál  Wraith Přízrak 

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.