MacCentral on SafeCracker
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MacCentral has posted their review of Daydream Software's SafeCracker, an older multimedia puzzle title recently acquired and republished by DreamCatcher Interactive. This curious game, based on Apple's QuickTime VR technology, sends you on a quest to crack various safes scattered throughout the game. Here is an excerpt from the review:
Touching, examining, and manipulating objects plays a central Be sure and read the rest of the review for more details on this classic title.
role in this game. Each safe has a different method of being opened;
it's up to the player to walk around clicking things to learn that
method. At first, safes are easily spotted. As the game progresses,
however, more safes are hidden within everyday objects such as radios
and musical instruments. Locating a safe and solving its puzzle is
quite satisfying, particularly when the contents serve as a key to
another portion of SafeCracker.
Hands-on with SafeCracker at MacCentral
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