Apple Watch is a very useful health device to monitor calories, activity, heart rate, and much more. In addition, users can also enjoy simple games on the smartwatch. Adding another easy to play the game on the wrist, developer Emin Grbo has released a new Apple Watch game app “un:safe”.
The new game is designed for users to indulge in the harmless deviance of cracking safes by using tactile, auditory, and visual cues. “Nail that sweet spot in the dial and open the safe. Hone your skills and train your senses to reach the highest level!”
Play the “un:safe” Apple Watch game app to crack digital safes on your wrist
Users Apple Watch paired with iPhone 6s or later will be able to enjoy the new “un:safe” Apple Watch game app as a fun activity while commuting to work, waiting for a friend, lying down in your bed, or as a friendly competition with siblings.
Players get three lives in each level and they can use the digital crown of the smartwatch for selection and feel the cue. The release notes read:
un:safe is a safe cracking game on your wrist. Indulge your safe cracker fantasies from the safety of your home, office or simply while commuting
Hone your skills and train your senses to reach the highest level! Maybe it’s only for the bragging rights, but hey, you are no thief, are you?!
You will start on level 1, 3 lives and a head filled with dreams of reaching level 50.Use the crown to turn the wheels, tap the wheel to switch the selection, and test your “feel” by tapping the unlock button.
If correct, you are off to the next one! If not, well…2 lives remain.
un:safe app is available on the App Store for $1.99. It is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and Mac and requires iOS 14.5 or later.
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