We present a new fast approximate algorithm for Tukey (halfspace) depth level sets and its implementation-ABCDepth. Given a $d$-dimensional data set for any $d \ge 1$, the algorithm is based on a representation of level sets as intersections of balls in $\mathbb{R}^d$. Our approach does not need calculations of projections of sample points to directions. This novel idea enables calculations of approximate level sets in very high dimensions with complexity that is linear in $d$, which provides a great advantage over all other approximate algorithms. Using different versions of this algorithm, we demonstrate ap- proximate calculations of the deepest set of points ("Tukey median") and Tukey’s depth of a sample point or out-of-sample point, all with a linear in $d$ complexity. An additional theoretical advantage of this approach is that the data points are not assumed to be in "general position". Examples with real and synthetic data show that the executing time of the algorithm in all mentioned versions in high dimensions is much smaller than the time of other implemented algorithms. Also, our algorithms can be used with thousands of multidimensional observations.