Advanced Hacking Terminal

£25.00
KOFKOF WORKSHOP
ESX, featured, OTHER, Script, UI, VRP

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Advanced Hacking Terminal

 

Description

The hacking game is similar to Mastermind, a board game. You will be presented with a list of words, all of the same character lengths, interposed with random characters. The length of the words is determined by the difficulty of the lock. One of the words is the correct password, and your goal is to guess it.


How To Play

You choose a word by pressing ENTER. If you didn't guess correctly, the terminal will display "Likeness=x" where x is the number of correct letters. A letter is correct only if it is in the right spot. For example, if the password is "RELEASED" and you choose "DETECTOR" then you will be told that there are Likeness=2 correct because there are 'E's in the 2nd and 4th place for both. The words have other letters in common, like 'R', but it is in the first spot in one word, and the last in the other. You have four attempts to select the correct password: if you fail, you will be permanently locked out;

There are also things you can do with the characters that are not part of words. Pressing on matching brackets (i.e. () [] {} <>, even with other characters between, but not a whole word between) can remove a dud password or reset the number of remaining guesses to four. The brackets must be of the same type and on the same line. Although you cannot match brackets with a whole word between them, you can match brackets separated by the dots that appear when a dud word is removed ( <.......> ). Also, two or more opening brackets can be matched to a single closing bracket ("[ [ ]" on a line gives you two chances), but the opposite is not true ("[ ] ]" only gives you one chance). When you scroll across this type of entry from left-to-right, the entire entry will be highlighted letting you know if you've found one or not.

Previous choices are displayed on the right-hand side of the terminal.

 

Requirements

This script is fully standalone and has no requirements. You can use it with any framework just using the triggers.

 

Notes

- Standalone Script
- CSS and HTML are available should you want to play with the styling (I don't recommend doing this)
- Sounds can be changed but the names for each one must remain the same, for example:
  If you wanted to change the Dud sound, download your choice of sound effect in mp3, replace the file in the "sounds folder" and rename it to            "dudfound.mp3"
- Triggers are available in the readme

 

Authorisation

Scripts included under the modit authorisation umbrella have the potential for their code to be obfuscated along with the server code being remote loaded. This means you may not be able to edit the code directly (outside of the config.lua) or at all. In order for the script to work, you will need to authorise yourself, please go to your modit.store account page and find the token for your order, enter that token into your credentials.lua and start the script on your server.

 

Support

For support on this purchase, please head to the official modit.store discord and open a developer ticket through the tickets channel. Explain your issue as clear and concise as possible, including your order#, your email, screenshots/videos of the issues you're facing and what attempts you've made to resolve the issue yourself.

 

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