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'Safecracker' - Features & Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

You are hired by the wealthy family of a recently deceased billionaire to search for the last will and testament of their late relative, Duncan Walter Adams, who was "eccentric" to say the least. He has hidden the deed to his riches in one of the safes scattered in his magnificent mansion. The deceased billionaire also happened to be an avid safe collector and you have been hired to crack all 35 of them! The stakes are high and the clues are scarce. You will need your experience, wits, deductive reasoning and puzzle solving skills to earn your pay check.

You are hired by the wealthy family of a recently deceased billionaire to search for the last will and testament of their late relative, Duncan Walter Adams, who was "eccentric" to say the least. He has hidden the deed to his riches in one of the safes scattered in his magnificent mansion. The deceased billionaire also happened to be an avid safe collector and you have been hired to crack all 35 of them! The stakes are high and the clues are scarce. You will need your experience, wits, deductive reasoning and puzzle solving skills to earn your pay check.

FEATURES

  • A challenging puzzle adventure game with 35 unique safes to crack
  • Explore 40 lavish and intriguing rooms of an extravagant mansion created in great detail
  • Decipher unexpected clues inside each safe that will help you open the others ultimately leading you to the master safe
  • The ultimate challenge for puzzle enthusiasts and wanna-be safecrackers
  • Evolving game map allows players to navigate easily through the mansion accessing various rooms
  • Easy to hard puzzle difficulty to challenge all types of puzzle enthusiasts including an in-game hint system
  • Non-linear approach to exploration of the mansion and safecracking
  • From the developers of Return to Mysterious Island

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