An Apple Watch game in which you take advantage of the digital crown and haptic feedback to break into a safe. A game only possible on the watch that takes advantages of its unique features.

Rotate the Digital Crown to turn the dial, when you start feeling some vibrations it means you are getting close. One of the vibrations is going to be stronger than the others – that’s the correct answer!

You have 30 seconds to guess all 3 answers.
Make one wrong guess, or if the time is up – it's game over.

Have fun!

Some tips:
• Make sure Silent Mode is ON.
• Changing the strength of the haptic feedback on the Settings app can make for a different experience. Set it to the maximum strength for an easier game.

* Apple Watch required ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

• Fixed a bug that could get you stuck in the Game Over screen.
• Fixed a bug with your stats, all good now.
• Reduced file size and optimised overall performance.
• The middle circle now gets red if the time runs out (woah).

• Your stats will be reseted after the update. I know it's a bummer, but it was the only way to fix some bugs and especially to make things all smoother for future updates. But hey, take this as an opportunity to raise those Won/Lost ratios!

Ratings and Reviews

1.6 out of 5
539 Ratings

539 Ratings

kitty.kat.200220 ,

potential, but poorly executed

this app looked really fun and after reading the “case file” on the phone app i was really excited to try it after learning how it came to be. however, i couldn’t even get the dial to turn the first few times and when i finally was able to get it to turn, the mandatory 30 second timer last about 10 seconds as it counted so fast. obviously not using “mississippi” between the numbers. the timer should be a stopwatch, so you can try to beat your previous score rather than racing a timer. even if it was a whole 30 seconds, that’s not enough time for your first few tries, as it can take you that amount of time to even find the first number. fix the bug for the dial not turning and add a stopwatch (or at least make the 30 second timer removable / editable) and this would be an amazing time waster for my watch.

BCook128 ,

Awesome, simple, brilliant

I just got an Apple Watch and eager to play with it, I scraped everything in the App Store together and uploaded to my watch. This game caught my eye early on and I started playing. It's one of the most unique games I've ever seen in the App Store...and I've spent way more than I'd want to admit at this venue. This game is so simple yet absolutely brilliant and captivating. It lasts a mere 30 seconds but I've already spent hours on it, replaying over and over. It's free to download but a very personal and interesting story is included from the developer (who took this on as an amateur) describing his steps and hurtles he encountered on his way. There is also a voluntary donation page. I've NEVER donated to a free app but I broke my personal streak and did in this case. I had to, it's just too good to be free and too personal to take advantage. Congrats to this app's developer for the raw ambition and brilliant creativity. Awesome job!

BSchubs ,

Would be great if it actually worked

I downloaded this game after buying my Series 4 Apple Watch thinking it would be a fun way to pass time. I was wrong! First, when I rotated the Digital Crown, the dial on the screen didn’t move! Secondly, the “30 second” timer went by much faster than actual time, equaling to roughly 15 seconds real time. So if the game was actually in working order, you wouldn’t even have enough time to rotate the dial half a turn.

Upon noticing these issues I went straight to the App Store to read reviews and I noticed many other reviews with the same issues from 3 years ago. Then, I looked at the version history, this game hasn’t been updated in 3 YEARS! So I’m thinking the developer just decided to forget about their app and not update it to work AT ALL. Very upsetting considering there are a limited amount of games available on the App Store for the Apple Watch to begin with.

App Privacy

The developer, Rafael Conde, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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