A downloadable game for Windows and Linux

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A game where you play as a virus, and your goal is to destroy the computer from the inside.

-Controls -
WAD - Movement.
Space - Jump.
Ctrl - Shoot.

S+Ctrl - Place a bomb..

W/A/S/D+Shift - Dash.

in case if you found a bug, please, send an email to contact.gearshockgames@gmail.com with all the details, and if you can, attach some screenshots or a video footage.

"Linux port works well on ubuntu and systems based on it, But on arch linux you need to install libcrypto.so .1.0.0 & lib32-openssl" (c) CyberDonkey

Updated 9 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, Linux
AuthorGearShock Games
GenrePlatformer, Action
Made withGameMaker: Studio
TagsDifficult, GameMaker, Metroidvania, Retro
Average sessionA few minutes


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MALWARE Rewritten Beta 1.2 Linux.zip 9 MB
MALWARE Rewritten Beta 1.3.zip 8 MB

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I loved every second I played of this (even though I sucked SOO bad). I love it when devs like you manage to take a simple concept and turn it into something you want to sink your time into!!

(This is the second game on the video)

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This game is incredible, it deserves more attention


I love this! Such a simple premise but executed so well.

Retro-feeling games like this always catch my eye, and it's very rare that they disappoint!

There's so many things I like about this particular taster of a potentially huge game! Like only having three bombs to use, that's a clever little touch that makes the player a wee bit more cautious about what to blow up and when.

The hidden deaths, like spikes just out of sight, are great too. It makes the game a learn by dying experience, which adds equally to the infuriation but also adds to the fun!

All in all, this was great fun, and I'd love to see more of the premise, with more levels, more puzzles, more action and more perilous platforming! Keep up the awesome work =)


Great work!