Madness-Project-Nexus-Hacked.swf is a modified version of the original flash game Madness: Project Nexus, which is a fast-paced action shooter game based on the Madness Combat series by Krinkels. The hacked version allows the player to have unlimited health, ammo, and money, as well as access to all weapons and upgrades in the game. The game features two modes: Story Mode and Arena Combat Mode. In Story Mode, the player controls two characters, Hank and Sanford, who are sent on a mission to infiltrate the Nexus Training Center and eliminate the enemies inside. In Arena Combat Mode, the player can create their own custom character and fight against waves of enemies in various arenas.
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The original flash version of Madness: Project Nexus was released in 2012 on Newgrounds and Kongregate, and received positive reviews from the players and critics. The game was praised for its smooth animation, intense gameplay, and faithful adaptation of the Madness Combat universe. However, due to the end-of-life of Adobe Flash Player in 2021, the game became inaccessible on most browsers and platforms. Some websites, such as Kongregate, have partnered with Ruffle, an open-source Flash emulator, to make some of their Flash content playable again. However, Ruffle is still in development and may not support all features and functions of the original game. Alternatively, some players have downloaded the swf file of the original or hacked version of the game and played it offline using a standalone Flash Player or projector.
In 2020, a remake of Madness: Project Nexus was released on Steam Early Access, featuring improved graphics, gameplay, and content. The remake is developed by Krinkels and The-Swain, the same creators of the original flash game. The remake also includes a new mode called Zombie Arena Mode, where the player can fight against hordes of undead enemies. The remake is expected to be fully released in 2021.
Madness-Project-Nexus-Hacked.swf is a fun and challenging game for fans of the Madness Combat series or anyone who enjoys shooting games. However, it may also be considered as a form of cheating or piracy, as it alters the original game's design and difficulty, and may violate the intellectual property rights of the developers. Therefore, players who want to experience the game should consider playing the original flash version or the remake instead.