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Apple Watch support! Ever wanted to be a hacker? Your adventure continues as you're asked to save the world again. Hack WATCH is our FIFTH game (3rd chronologically), but anyone can play! Hack WATCH uses complex memory puzzles to simulate hacking into enemy systems. As you unravel the details of your secret mission, you will learn about your opponents and how deadly they can be.

Accessing new systems or discovering key information will increase your skill level. As you achieve your goals, you will move closer and closer to the final achievement: over 100 levels! And Hack WATCH will remember what level you're on so you can switch between your iPhone and Apple Watch.

It's time for another Hack RUN!

Stuck on a level? Just view the 'information' screen on your iPhone to help you along.

When you're done playing Hack WATCH make sure to play our FOUR other games: 'Hack RUN', 'Hack Run ZERO', 'Hack Time' and 'Hack NET'!

Hack WATCH is a game. It is not a tool or aid for learning how to hack into real computer systems. i273 LLC does not endorse hacking.

What’s New

Version 1.4

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

> Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.5 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

KuranYuuki13 ,

Good game but...

I love the hack series! However, like the others said this one is a let down unlike the other hack games; you read the prompts memorise the numbers that pops up in a flash (for literally one second) and repeat... I can't deny that I enjoyed this game until I got a headache from trying to memorise the numbers!!! I would like to see the numbers either slowed down some or at least give us the option to "connect" to punch in the numbers after we memorised the numbers. Thanks!

Thatoneguyyoumet ,

Disgrace to the HACK series

I went into this with full trust in i273 that I'd have just as a great experience as I had with the other HACK titles. I was sorely mistaken, for what I thought was just an introductory puzzle to the real game, was actually the ENTIRE game. It's like reading a paragraph from a book after punching in some numbers, then repeating until the game ends. I was expecting HACK watch to be a great game as were the other titles, but I was wrong. I put trust into this company to the point where I didn't even have a second thought when the fifth installment was released. The only thing that came after was my declining smile as I realized what I've just bought. A garbage reflex/memory mini game. I won't be buying the next installment when/if it happens to be made after this disaster, that's for sure.

Mr. Brumbles ,


Reached level 20 before giving up of boredom. I'm (probably safely) assuming that it continues with the same formula. Which is: Read text, click "connect", numbers flash for a second, type numbers in (in order) that flashed, advance to next level, repeat. It's basically telling you a story and you're typing numbers in that you saw in between the next bit of the story. I don't see the appeal at all.

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