System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 800 MHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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The billionaire Duncan W. Adams has passed and his heirs are looking for his will. You're hired as the expert safecracker to find the sought after document in Safecracker, a uniquely presented puzzle adventure game.

The surviving Adams family members are hunting for the last will and testament of the deceased, an eccentric safe collector who has surely hidden the deed to his riches in one of his 35 safes. Crack them all, one at a time using scattered hints that you find throughout his extravagant mansion. You'll draw on your expertise, wits, and puzzle solving skills to earn your paycheck.

The family is counting on you and the stakes are high when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Safecracker today!

  • Crack 35 unique safes.
  • Solve uniquely creative and clever puzzles.
  • Explore more than 30 lavish and intriguing rooms of the extravagant mansion.
  • Inside each safe, find and decipher quizzical clues that will help you in further safe cracking and eventually lead you to the master safe.
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Reviews of Safecracker
 | Added on: September 4, 2013
The graphics are very good, and the camera action makes this a unique game.Unfortunately, there is virtually no instruction, no hints, no map, no real documentation of any sort. This makes gameplay difficult and frustrating. For example, you can "pick-up" some objects, but there is no active inventory screen to see what items you hold, or how to use them.
 | Added on: September 5, 2013
The graphics are fabulous but that is the only good thing I can say about this game. There are no instructions on how to play the game There are no instructions on how solve the puzzles and open the safes. The very first puzzle requires a 4 digit code but there are no books or pieces of paper laying around to give any hints what the code might be. I went to another room to find hints and found a picture laying under a table but couldn't pick it up. I decided to try the puzzle in that room. There were two red, two blue, and two green gems on the puzzle but no instuctions as to what the design the gems need to go in to complete the puzzle. I gave up and deleted the game. If you are a puzzle, math and statistics genius, you may like this game.
 | Added on: September 5, 2013
An excellent game. The graphics are good and I found the puzzles challenging, but not impossible to solve. My only issue, and a small one at that, is that the navigation system didn't allow for instant movement to specific rooms within the mansion so I spent a lot of time trying to find the proper room to in which to use my inventory items.
 | Added on: September 18, 2013
This is a series of exceptional brain-teasers that stretch your deductive powers, and your spatial and number skills. You have to be observant and persistent. It's a tough sequence of puzzles. If you like The Room, you will love this. There are no in-game clues (though there are some good hints if you pay close attention) but there are online walkthroughs if you are really stumped. No shame in that, most of us have at least one type of puzzle we struggle with.
 | Added on: September 20, 2013
The sub-title of this game says it all - "The Ultimate Puzzle Adventure"! An excellent game for those who really love the challenge of puzzle solving. Not only do you have to solve the puzzles dotted around the mansion, you have to figure out what the puzzles are, and what is needed to solve them! No hand-holding, no "here's a clue to help you out", but there *are* hints here and there - you need to pay attention though. This is unlikely to be a game you'll complete in one sitting - very much a game to keep coming back to. Each time you do, you figure out a bit more. I haven't finished it - nowhere near - but I *am* enjoying it. I'm determined to keep going back to it until I've worked out all the puzzles and solved them all!
 | Added on: January 15, 2014
I played this game a couple of years ago and have been on the hunt for more like it ever since. I'm surprised to see so many poorly rated reviews. I suppose that if you need your hand held to solve puzzles then it's not the game for you. Personally, I don't feel that I've solved it when I'm given hints but I prefer a very challenging gameplay. Lovely graphics, too!
 | Added on: September 14, 2013
I tried thrice to d/l this game, and each time the game loads but the graphics shake terribly, to the point where it's unplayable. My system is Win 8, 12GB Ram, 3.2GHz Intel. Too bad, because it sounds like an interesting game.
 | Added on: September 10, 2013
You have to really like puzzles. It seems like it was made for the room escape lovers. It would be nice to have a hint once you spend a certain amount of time on a puzzle.
 | Added on: September 9, 2013
Tried out the game, but quickly found that there were no objectives or instructions to solve the puzzles -- no way to get hints -- no way to figure out the purpose of the puzzle. I am deleting and wasting no more time with this one!
 | Added on: September 2, 2013
I purchased this game in 2007 and I can say it is a very challenging game. It has no time limit and no hidden objects in the usual way. Solving a puzzle sends you to the next stage or rather the next room. The game begins when you find yourself at the entrance to the mansion and have to solve a puzzle to go inside. Once inside the foyer, there are three doors all with a puzzle to solve. Once you have found the solution to the one door which allows you to go through to another room and so on, until the last door of the mansion has been opened. It is not an easy walk through the mansion, because you will find yourself going backward, forwards, upstairs, downstairs quite often to finish one puzzle which integrates with another puzzle. The graphics are excellent and I had fun playing, however, you need a walkthrough, if not for the puzzles which can be rather a tease, then for the many rooms in the mansion which you have to negotiate several times. I needed to make a map to go through the stages as there isn't one. Maybe some of you might breeze through this game, however, it took me quite a few weeks even with a walkthrough. All I can say is download it and try it out to start with. An hour is enough to tell you if it is your cup of tea.
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