Safecracker: The Ultimate Puzzle Adventure, a PC adventure game planned for release next month, has wrapped up development and gone gold, the game's publisher announced today. Eschewing plot in favor of puzzle solving, Safecracker sets a simple premise before players. Billionaire Duncan W. Adams has died, and his family has hired "an expert safecracker" to investigate and find the deed to the rich man's treasures--which is apparently locked away in one of 35 safes scattered around his mansion. Would-be combo-solvers must follow the treasure's trail from one vault to the next to find and decipher the master safe. For more on Safecracker, check out GameSpot's previous coverage at this year's E3.
dadistiller, lmao i think it will come with a asseteline torch and and sum lockpicks AND A STETHOSCOPE!, w00t!!!!!!!!!! but it does sound like a repetive game
I want this game. I love unique style games. If it scores 8.0 average from review sites then I'll definitely buy it.
Not as "unique" as some of you think. 1997 or something, a semingly identical game, even titled "Safecracker" was released. Guess this is the sequel.