Off with the cufflinks. Roll up your sleeves. Grab your joystick and get ready for what may be the ultimate way for the estates and trusts practitioner to spend their lunch hour: Nintendo DS Safecracker.
As an expert safecracker, you have been hired by the wealthy family of a recently deceased billionaire in order to search for the Last Will and Testament of their late relative, oil tycoon Duncan W. Adams. Adams, both an avid safe collector and an eccentric recluse, has hidden the deed to his riches in one of the 35 safes scattered in his lavish 40-room, 3-storey mansion.
Of course, what last testament tale wouldn’t include a nod to the complexities of family dynamics? In addition to his Last Will, Adams has strewn around the mansion various snippets of information about himself and his descendants: letters, notes, postcards and even a diary, all of which allude to the inner workings of the family.
Jennifer Hartman, Guest Blogger