In BitLife, playing the attic mini-game gives players an opportunity to search for Heirlooms—and that could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become a billionaire! Like real-life Heirlooms, the things you find in the game can be worth as little as $1 to as much as a whopping $1,200,000,000.
Search for Heirlooms by clicking on the New Heirloom! announcement right above the Job and Assets buttons. Doing so will prompt the attic mini-game, which comprises a dark room and a flashlight. Simply pick up the flashlight and drag it across the room to find an Heirloom. Upon finding one, the game will tell you what you've found and how much it's approximately worth. It'll also tell you how much time you have to wait for the next Heirloom to appear, which is basically the next day at midnight real-time.
Here's a breakdown of the most valuable Heirlooms in BitLife:
|Ark of the Covenant||$125,000,000|
|1702 Stradivarius violin||$8,800,000|
|Louis Armstrong’s trumpet||$2,500,000|
|Duke Silver's Tenor Saxophone||$2,000,000|
|1945 Romanee-Conti wine bottle||$550,000|
|Ancient Greek Amphora||$512,500|
|Ancient Greek Amphora||$500,000|
|Shield from the Crusades||$300,000|
|Thomas Edison's Lightbulb||$275,000|
|Dalmore 62 Whiskey Bottle||$250,000|
|Marilyn Monroe's Lipstick||$100,000|
Apart from the above, all other Heirlooms are worth $50,000 and under. But keep in mind that even if you score a high-value item, there's a chance for it to break by playing with it as a child.
You need to be over 12 years old to sell the Heirloom, which you can do by clicking on the Assets menu, selecting the Heirloom you want to sell, and choosing a price you want to sell it for. A buyer needs to be interested in it so the chances of selling are not guaranteed.
Warning: if your Heirloom's durability drops, its price may also drop. Meanwhile, some Heirlooms, like the Holy Grail, may gain value over time.
There are plenty of other ways to earn big bucks in the game. Check out our guide on How to win the lottery in BitLife to find out more!