Here is another game
developed by the Russian mobile game creator, HeroCraft
breaks the boundaries of normal, modern life. As the developers called it, $tolen in $ixty $econds, the game brings the thrill and action of a bank heist right on the mobile phone.
The user plays the role of the leading man in a criminal group that plans and carries out burglaries in different places. An interesting aspect about the game is that it divides the crime into a pre-planning stage, a planning one and an action stage that follows the previous ones.
In the planning stage, you'll have to bribe a security agent in order to obtain the layout of the building, along with the positioning of the alarm system that you can also have disabled for an extra amount of money. Further, you will have to draw the steps followed by each of your gang members, but keep in mind that in action mode you will only have control of the boss and that all the other thieves will act according to the initially set plan.
All the stolen goods can be carried with the help of the gang members, but all in the limits of a certain weight. Furthermore, you can use different items in the games in order to break doors and safes or just pick them up from already broken items.
The game actually requires high strategy skills, puzzle solving and taking decisions in several tensioned situations. There are three modes for the game: easiest, middle difficulty and hardcore. The difference between them stands in the player's possibility to take their band thieves out of jail in a smaller or greater amount of time. At worst, you can't use the thieves locked up unless you bail them out for a large amount of money.
Each level lasts for three minutes that ask for logic, planning, as well as fast acting skills that will bring out the criminal genius in you.