Summary: Safecracker is a puzzle game in which there are over 35 safes in a mansion of a deceased billionaire. You are hired to find the will by his family, the Adams family (not the one you normally think of). The graphics are incredible, and they really make you feel like you are actually in the house! However, with the game being in first person (meaning as if your eyes are what you see on the screen), it could create a fear for those who get spooked easily.
very good product, and I will recomend it, the price is awesome, and great.
6 December 2013
Summary: This cd is great for the price offered and the advertising was good, this product compares equal or as good. The advertising was put together very well, The game holds your interest from the very beginning. It keeps the mind going strong through out the game.
Summary: Nice puzzle adventure puzzle game which kept me challenged. The only thing found a bit frustrating was the perspective you play in where you can look around as it was a bit jerky and there was really no point to it as there was very little to hunt for - you just moved to various spots and looked at safes, with the exception of a few letters and things to read.
Summary: Great LFA for puzzle-lovers, and will keep you busy for hours. Actually released in 2004, this game portrays you as an expert safe-cracker hired to track down the will of a recently deceased zillionaire with a love for elegantly designed safes scattered throughout his mansion. There's not much adventure per se, no items lying about, it's all about the safes. As with all LFAs, there are no instructions for puzzles and the game is non-linear.
Exciting, fun, challenging for any clue and puzzle game lover
25 July 2011
Summary: This game is really neat because it is a mix between a puzzle and a mystery game. You have to go through this mansion and find all of the safes and crack all of the codes. Each code requires some sort of puzzle. The puzzles can include games such as sudoku, distorted pictures, number codes, etc...It is your job to figure out what you are supposed to do at each code to open the safe. Each safe has a clue once it is opened.
Summary: Great game meant for all puzzle lovers. Safecracker is not about listening in on when the safe clicks, but working your noodles to figuring out the correct combination from hints and clues. Each solved puzzle is another key into finding the final save, which ultimately another puzzle at the end. Recommended for all ages, and even pairs to work together in solving a variety of puzzles.
Summary: My first review and I hesitated about 4 stars. It depends on how you merit your stars, as whether they did a great subject and great game with no glitches (always deserves some stars) but it genre is not my favorite. But puzzles are my favorite so what is it about this one that makes me hesitate? I think it's just a little bit too non-linear. I think the 360 effect was simple but a little dizzying.
Summary: The game is fun and interesting. You really have to use your brain. My children want to play it as well but I have been a little stingy so far, because the game is so much fun. Trying to crack all the riddles.