Telltale-Published Mr. Robot Game Is Out Now

Here's your chance to interact with fsociety.

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Now Playing: GS News Update: Telltale Games Teasing Mr. Robot Project

Telltale, the developer of various episodic adventure games like The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us, has teased a Mr. Robot tie-in project over the past week. Today we found out what it is: its official name is 1.51exfiltrati0n.ipa on iOS and eps1.51_exfiltrati0n.apk on Android (.ipa and .apk are the file extensions for iOS and Android apps, respectively), and it's available right now.

Telltale is actually the publisher of the game--Night School Studio, the developer of Oxenfree, created it. The game is essentially a text adventure: you interact with a messaging interface to learn more about the Mr. Robot world.

It takes place during the first season of Mr. Robot, the popular hacker-drama on USA Network. As the game's iOS listing explains, its premise is that you find a phone on the ground belonging to one of the members of fsociety, a hacking group. This begins a storyline in which you become involved in the hackers' plots to take down a big corporation.

The game's description states, "Become embroiled in the world of fsociety, a renegade hacker group determined to 'reset the world,' by texting different employees of their target corporation: E-Corp, a massive global tech company. Steal, cheat and lie your way through this technological minefield while dealing with [main character] Elliot's fractured personality, and trying to keep your own information safe."

Check out some screenshots of the game below.

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You can pick it up on iOS here and Android here for $2.99.

Telltale is also currently working on its own projects, and recently released the first episode in its Batman adventure game. It's also working on a Marvel game and the third season of its Walking Dead series.

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