By Austin Grossman
Whilst Russell joins Black Arts video games, brainchild of 2 visionary designers who have been as soon as his closest pals, he reunites with an eccentric team of nerds hacking the frontiers of either expertise and leisure. partly, he's ultimately given up chasing the traditional direction that has constantly appeared simply out of succeed in. yet generally, he must comprehend what occurred to Simon, his strangest and such a lot proficient buddy, who died less than mysterious conditions quickly after Black Arts' breakout hit.
As the company's innovative next-gen online game is threatened via a software program glitch, Russell reveals himself in a race to save lots of his activity, Black Arts' legacy, and the folk he has grown to care approximately. The deeper Russell digs, the extra risky the glitch appears--and quickly, Russell involves become aware of there's even more is at stake than simply one software program company's backside line.
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