Summary: I finished this game in under two hours, but the complexity of the puzzles and the way they all connect to each other is awesome! I recommend this game to anyone who has a DS and loves puzzles. Although, it is super easy to finish the game itself is so much fun!
Summary: This game is not for the newbie at puzzle cracking. The game plays with no instructions, just intuition. The game starts with you inside a mansion. Only the rooms you've gained access to are visible on a map but as you open more puzzles and safes and therefore open more doors and more rooms show on...
Summary: Having read the other reviews, I hesitated in my purchase of this game. However, I am very pleasantly surprised. True, there are no directions but it's been a long time since I've had the satisfaction of truly solving a puzzle -- figuring out what to do and then how to do it.
Summary: I like games that make me think, and this one fits. Some of the clues a subtle, like worn keys on a key pad that show what numbers have been pushed most. So you need to observe and think, very Sherlock Holmes. I have been stumped on some of the safes, so I move on and come back later.
Summary: My father bought me this game for Christmas, and as of last night (the 27th), I made it through the entire thing. It's true that you don't get much if any help in the way of clues, but that's the way it's supposed to be.
Summary: After reading the previous reviews here I wasn't expecting very much of this game but I was actually very impressed. The puzzles are pretty tricky, and yes there are no clues and I did have to use a walkthrough at some points, but where's the fun if it's easy.
Summary: This is a very strange game - there are no instructions other than you have to open lots of safes. The puzzles are tricky, and moving around the place is a bit boring, but overall good if you like brain teazer type puzzles.
Summary: I wish there were more games like this one. The only reason I am only giving it 4 stars is because it's not totally clear what you have to do until you get used to it and that requires a bit of perseverance. And like the previous person said, the 4 digit number IS there in another puzzle answer.