The game has some pretty real and some pretty not quite real aspects to it. I have a bit of experience in the cyber security industry and one of my lecturers recommended me this game. I believe the devs have done their fair dues when researching for this game and it shows with some pretty real scenarios and some real and not as real techniques (or not in public knowledge).
Now down to the actual gameplay. Cyber Manhunt is a puzzle/deduction game that puts you into the shoes of a freelance "hacker" contracted by the company "Titan" whom gives you jobs and investigations to solve.
Some of these investigations truly made me engaged and wanting to find out more. It scratches that "nosey" itch in my head.
It can definitely be frustrating trying to find the last clue to one of the targets, you can have already pieced the story together but you're missing a clue from a "facebook" page (it's called "toothbook" in the game) that doesn't have that much to do with what you are investigating. Also the translation could also use some work but I understand that it's probably a small dev team and they obviously do not speak english as their main language the typos didn't effect the puzzles for me atleast. These things however will be easy to fix though.
Cyber Manhunt is an enjoyable puzzle game that is definitely worth the price they are asking especially if you get it while it's on sale at the moment. There are some bugs here and there but they are pretty minor and the devs have made it clear that they are working on them and intend to listen to the player base on issues we have.