If you fancy having a go at‘s daft hacking minigames without loading up BioWare’s big old space RPG, then look no further. Someone has made a virtual museum with recreations of the hacking puzzles from both Mass Effect 1 and . It’s inspired by I reported on a few months back – a post in which I said the exact words: “I’d love to see a hacking museum with all the awful minigames from Mass Effect.”
This is, and at this point I’m scaring myself.
Like the lockpicking museum before it, theis a virtual showcase of game mechanics. It was made by Phoebe Shalloway on Itch.io, and you can try it out for free .
I was actually surprised by the first hacking minigame on offer, because I’ve never actually played it. Truth is, my only experience with Mass Effect 1 is on console, and I had no idea the game had a specific hacking puzzle that was limited to PC. Alec Meer (RPS in peace) compared it to a rubbish version of Frogger in his, which yep, that is indeed the best way to describe it. Check it out in the video below.
If you fancy checking out the Museum Of Mechanics: Lockpicking, that can also be found. It’s had a few updates since last I tried it, adding minigames from the likes of The Testament of Sherlock Holmes and Splinter Cell.