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The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes is a lavish mystery adventure game, featuring 16 unique cases of forgery, espionage, theft, murder and more! Investigate hundreds of potentially relevant clues and lively characters in each mysterious story! Explore 40 historically accurate locations around London, including seedy docks, the British Museum, the Royal Theatre, private estates, etc., as you track down suspects and evidence with your favorite super sleuth, Sherlock Holmes!
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Hardware: OS: Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.5 CPU: Intel
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Guillerme Rating Although he also wrote several nolves featuring the world's greatest fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, it was especially in his short stories that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle perfected the Holmes formula. And of the five collections of Holmes short stories (about a dozen in each collection), The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (published in 1892) was the first and is easily the most popular and best of the five. It contains all except one of the five all-time most popular short stories in the Sherlock Holmes canon (A Scandal in Bohemia, The Red-headed League, The Blue Carbuncle, and The Speckled Band), as well as some other gems like The Five Orange Pips. For newcomers to Holmes, this there is no better place to start than with the dozen stories that comprise The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes . And for long-time fans, these are old favorites worth reading again and again.Here's a list of the stories in this collection (with the better stories marked with stars):***A Scandal in Bohemia, 1891 The very first and one of the top five Sherlock Holmes short stories. After some brilliant detective work involving disguises and acting, Holmes is outwitted by the woman Irene Adler in his quest to help the hereditary king of Bohemia regain a scandalous photograph from her.***The Red-headed League, 1891 Generally regarded as all-time second best Sherlock Holmes story, this bizarre tale features a pawnbroker who is paid money to join the mysterious Red-Headed League and copy out Encyclopedia Britannica, as part of an ingenious scheme to rob a bank.A Case of Identity, 1891 Holmes solves the mystery of Mary Sutherland's fiance who disappears on the morning of his wedding, unmasking it as scheme hatched by her greedy step-father.The Boscombe Valley Mystery, 1891 Charles McCarthy's son seems the obvious murderer of his father after a violent quarrel, so it is up to Holmes to show that the murder has its real roots in the Australian past of the dead man and his landlord.**The Five Orange Pips, 1891 One of Doyle's personal favorites, this tale recounts the death of two men, both preceded by the arrival of five mysterious orange pips. In one of his few failures, Holmes connects the events to the Ku Klux Klan, but not soon enough to prevent another death.*The Man with the Twisted Lip, 1891 A baffling mystery about Mr. Neville St. Clair who disappears from a room into thin air, and a professional beggar who is the suspected murderer.***The Blue Carbuncle, 1892 Another favorite all-time top 5 Holmes story, as Holmes unravels how a blue diamond ended up inside the goose intended for Mr. Henry Baker's Christmas dinner.***The Speckled Band, 1892 Universally regarded as the most popular short story in the Sherlock Holmes canon, and easily one of the more suspenseful and chilling. The engaged Helen Stoner is terrified when she hears the same strange whistling that preceded the death of her twin sister in a locked bedroom shortly before her wedding. Her step-father Dr. Grimesby Roylott, a evil and greedy man with a passion for exotic pets like his cheetah and baboon, is the suspected villain but how could he do it? The only clue are the mysterious words of Helen's dying sister about speckled band The Engineer's Thumb, 1892 Victor Hatherley, a hydraulic engineer, is offered a lucrative contract to go to a secret location at night to fix a fuller's earth press, but why does he lose his thumb and nearly his life in the process? As Holmes says to the engineer about the missing thumb: Indirectly it may be of value, you know; you have only to put it into words to gain the reputation of being excellent company for the remainder of your existence. The Noble Bachelor, 1892 When Lord St. Simon's new American wife goes missing shortly after their wedding, it is up to Holmes to find both her and the reason for her disappearance,The Beryl Coronet Expensive jewels are mysteriously damaged in the home of a wealthy banker, his ill-reputed son the prime suspect.The Copper Beeches, 1892 Violet Hunter is paid an exorbitant sum to be a governness at a house called The Copper Beeches. Her employment includes some strange stipulations, such as cutting her hair short and wearing a particular blue dress but why?- GODLY GADFLY 01.10.12
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