Dive into cyber space to develop and secure your own virtual 3D network and hack various targets around the world.

The darknet has never been so accessible! With this high-end cyber combat visual interface you can research programs, build your hacker reputation, loot or fight for your country in the First World Cyberwar.


* Hack networks of other players worldwide
* Develop and upgrade your hacking tools
* Build and refine your 3D network architecture
* Use various programs and hacking strategies
* Chose a brute force or a stealth approach for your intrusions
* Experience security, activist or terrorist missions
* Support your country in the war

What's New

Version 1.034

* Clicking a name in Chat adds "@playername" to the text box
* Real names of friends added to Firends list
* More than 25 friends in Friend list allowed
* Rude words filter revised and will not remove words like "noob" for example
* Visual bug on the newest generation of devices fixed

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5

94 Ratings

94 Ratings

Cool and fun


This is a very unique hacking game, very fun to play, I do hope they add more to it. Also I have a suggestion for a new feature, I call it Terminal Core. You could buy a Drive node and if you have it, you allow a special feature for your core in which if it comes under attack while all defensive nodes are inactive, the Terminal Core feature triggers a countdown that causes the core to self destruct when it reaches zero. The Drive node would then over time rebuild the core. This could be used as a last ditch to stop a hack. As a drawback, you cannot hack anyone, upgrade your nodes, or gather data or bit coins during the time the core is repairing itself, and you'd have to buy a new Drive node each time because it gets used each time, and the price would be in bit coins. If a hacker has a fast enough program, they could beat the countdown and still succeed in their attack. Also definitely add the ability to test your own defenses. Maybe even make it to where you can allow others to view your setup so they can offer criticism regarding the defenses. Maybe even add features where you can work alongside fellow hackers to take down large networks.

A Diamond Worth Polishing

That girl down the road

Man, Words cannot express just how much I love this game’s style of play. Oddly reminds me of Clash of Clans, but with a fun twist of technology.

I would have given⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️if it weren’t for the ONLY downside I’ve found with this game. Which would be the horrible number of times Hackers is prone to, Ironically, crash. The need to constantly reconnect to the network is a little more than annoying. Especially when you’re cut off in the middle of a game, since you automatically lose. 😱😱😱

Love the game. Enough to put up with its issues. Hope to see this patched soon. That said, thanks for reading.

Hackers the game review from BOSS


Guys I really think this would be a good idea of hacking in teams of two and 3 to cia fbi NASA should add that content to the game and to be able to hack other players in group our othe players like two hackers go and hack two other players and hack corporations thins like that put out info but you have to gain a certain level of rep to hack in partners and also integrate like a hacking group of 10 to hack other groups and a private chat in groups to plan attacks in groups also integrate a new program base on hacking or hacking viruses


Trickster Arts s.r.o.
250.7 MB
Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
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In-App Purchases
  1. Lost Credit Card $4.99
  2. Rich Man's Wallet $9.99
  3. Secret Stash $19.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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