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0       Score: %d of %d                Police Quest �
1    You will not need to use the word "%s" in this game.
2    Please try a different way of saying that.
3    I'm not sure what you want me to do.
4    Memory fragmented.
5    Looking closer at the note, you think..."This is definitely NOT Marie's handwriting!!"
6    Talk in a normal voice, please.
7    Keith is not here.
8    Keith is not close enough to talk to.
9    To whom?
10    You don't need to.
11    Hi.
12    `Bye.
13    In the confusion, your kit was checked on another plane, and you don't have it.
14    You have no reason to do that.
15    You can't get that.
16    What use do you intend?
17    Ask whom?
18    About what?
19    Come on Sonny. Don't give up so easy!
20    You're not hungry right now.
21    You're welcome!
22    That's OK.
23    No one responds.
24    Don't be so violent, Sonny.
25    Search what?
26    You don't find anything interesting.
27    It's empty.
28    You don't see him here.
29    You don't see her here.
30    Not bad!
31    You don't see that here.
32    You're not close enough.
33    You already took it.
34    You can't do that now.
35    You don't have it.
36    You don't have your gun.
37    You have $%u cash
in your money clip.
38    A %s you bought at Lytton airport.
39    An airplane ticket to %s.

001.txtEdit

0 The entrance to the station is the other way. 1 Feeling rather foolish, you think to yourself: "Now, where could my keys be? I just had them a few minutes ago in my car." 2 You can walk 'til you drop, but you'll be late for work! 3 So, the prodigal Sonny returns. Glad to see you came back before something terrible happened. 4 SCREEEEEECH..... 5 T*H*U*M*P!!! 6 No one will ever know why, upon arriving for work one day, Detective Sonny Bonds decided to take a walk down the center line of Lytton's busiest street. 7 Thank you for playing Police Quest 2. Next time, be a little more careful. 8 In the POLICE PARKING LOT!? That may be a bad idea. I suggest you think this over! Perhaps the police psychiatrist could help. 9 Go on! Get out and look around first. 10 Get in your car first. 11 You place your field kit inside the trunk. 12 You don't have the field kit. 13 Open the trunk, first. 14 You're not close enough to your car's trunk. 15 You take your field kit from the trunk. 16 The field kit is not in the trunk. 17 You're not in anything you can exit. 18 This door is kept locked for security reasons. 19 You unlock and open the door. 20 The door is locked. 21 You're not close enough to your car door. 22 Get closer to the door. 23 You're not close enough to the station's door. 24 You need the correct key. 25 OK. It's unlocked. 26 The door is already unlocked. 27 This is the passenger's door. Try the other side. 28 You shouldn't be opening that car door. 29 You're not close enough to your car's door. 30 The Police Station's door automatically locks as it closes. 31 OK. It's locked. 32 The door is already locked. 33 The trunk is already open. 34 Your car's "hatch-back" hasn't worked since its warranty expired. 35 You're not close enough to your own trunk, and you shouldn't mess around with anyone else's trunk. 36 The trunk is already closed 37 You'd better not mess around with anyone else's trunk. 38 You're not a mechanic, Sonny. You're a police detective with work to do. 39 You have better things to do with your leisure time. 40 The big letters say: 'LYTTON POLICE'. Above the door are the words: 'Detective Division' 41 Mickey's little hand is on Minnie's...uh.. Anyway, it's 7:29 on a fine spring morning. 42 You think to yourself..."Hmmm! This side looks OK!" 43 There is nothing special about these unmarked cars. They're just painted-over, worn-out, old cruisers! 44 The dark blue sedan is an unmarked police cruiser, assigned to you and your partner, Keith. 45 Nothing special. It's just another unmarked police cruiser. 46 This cruiser has everything, including the latest in emission systems. It is capable of a blinding downhill speed of 100+ mph. 47 There are no marked police cruisers here. 48 Looking into the car, you see nothing out of the ordinary. 49 Parked in the lot are unmarked cars, private cars, and sometimes a marked police cruiser. 50 You're barking up the wrong tree trunk. 51 You have to open it first. 52 The parking lot has been freshly paved and painted. 53 You look at the sky and think, "What a beautiful day!" 54 You gaze out at Sixth Street; one of Lytton's busiest. 55 Somebody tried to scratch their initials in the wet cement, but you can't read them. 56 Use the steps for walking to and from the building. 57 Your eyes strain as you peer into the tree and see... 58 Nothing. 59 You see bird droppings and cobwebs in the bushes. 60 It's just a normal chain link fence, used for security. 61 You pause, briefly, to gaze at the U.S. flag flying overhead. 62 Outside reflections and mini-blinds block your view into the windows. 63 You become embarrassed as you realize what your fellow officers must think of you now. 64 Nothing of importance can be seen through the car's window. 65 This door opens into the Detective Bureau. 66 You're not close enough to the police station's door. 67 Why? Your face hasn't changed since you shaved it this morning. 68 You are in the parking lot of Lytton's newly remodeled police station. This is the detective's entrance. 69 Giving a quick, smart, salute, your heart swells with pride. 70 Keith responds, "Hi." 71 No one responds to your greeting. 72 Negative! 73 That would look a little silly. 74 It would be easier to use the door. 75 Keith yells: "Wait up, Sonny! What's the rush, anyway?" 76 After getting out of the car, Keith says... "Man! Am I glad to get out of there. It smells like a camel arena." 77 Your car door is locked. 78 Close the trunk first. 79 You should put your field kit in the trunk first. 80 Your car door is locked

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0 It's closed. 1 Your bin has a field kit in it. 2 Your bin is empty. 3 This is the Locker room door. 4 This is the Narcotics office door. 5 This is the Homicide office door. 6 This is the Burglary office door. 7 You are not near and/or facing a door. 8 Built into the back of the counter are locked storage bins. One of them has your name on it. 9 You're too far away to see any details. 10 The counter once held a nice coffee maker until it took the full impact of an accidentally discharged Colt 45 automatic. 11 You watch as Traffic Officer Mario Gelepsi books evidence. 12 He is not here. 13 Big John is a small, middle-aged man who is content with his job. You have no idea why his name is BIG John. 14 All property and evidence going through this window is controlled by John B. Willis, otherwise known as "Big John". 15 You see two pictures on the wall. 16 One is of former Police Chief Whipplestick, and the other of current Police Chief Eric 'Click' Heitman. 17 You are in Lytton's newly remodeled police station. This is the hall. There are several doors, a counter, and an evidence window. 18 The doors aren't locked. 19 You don't need to. 20 It's already open. 21 You don't have the key. 22 You unlock and open the bin. You see your field kit. 23 You unlock and open the bin. It's empty. 24 It's already locked. 25 You close and lock the storage bin. 26 The bin isn't open. 27 The field kit isn't here. 28 You remove the field kit from the storage bin. 29 You place the field kit into the storage bin. 30 You don't have it. 31 "Wait your turn, Bonds." 32 Big John says, "What can I do for you today?" 33 "Hello, Sonny!" big John says. "How can I help you?" 34 "Can I be of assistance to you?" bellows big John. 35 Big John says, "Can I help you, Sonny?" 36 Big John says, "I hear Bains has escaped. I wonder where he'll go." 37 "Hey, Sonny, are you scared of meeting Bains?" 38 "Have you made any progress on the Bains case?" 39 "What do you have to book?" Big John asks. 40 Big John asks impatiently, "Hey, Sonny. Do you have something to book?" 41 Big John shouts, "Come on, Bonds! I'm busy. Do you have evidence to book or not?!" 42 In an impatient tone of voice, big John grunts... 43 "Sonny! I don't have time to stand here and shoot the breeze with you. I have a lot of work to do, so please excuse me." 44 Taking notes, John mutters, "Check for and identify prints on enclosed 4 in. S&W .38 caliber hand gun, Serial# K385557763." 45 Making notations, John mumbles under his breath, "Request identification of prints on enclosed fingerprint tape, found in deceased jailer's car." 46 Making notations, John mumbles under his breath, "Request identification of thumbprint on enclosed fingerprint tape, found in stolen car, at Lytton Airport." 47 You hand Big John the make-shift 'knife' and request fingerprints, pointing out that it was found underwater. 48 You hand the plaster cast footprints to John and request they be checked for size and any unusual marks. 49 You submit the bullets from the glovebox of the jailer's car. You request fingerprint and identification analysis. 50 You give the empty holster to Big John, who examines it briefly, and then says, "One holster taken from stolen car." 51 You turn in the jail clothes and request analysis on the blood spots. 52 You turn in the badge you found at the bottom of Clearwater River. 53 You give the victim list to John, and he reads it in astonishment. When he sees your name, he gasps and says, "Whoa, Sonny, you must really be scared." 54 You turn in Colby's business card, and you tell John who Colby is. 55 You hand the envelope to Big John, and he examines it and says, "One envelope booked." 56 You hand the corner of the envelope to Big John and tell him how this was held in the hand of a dead guy. 57 Big John says, "You seem to be making progress." 58 "I hope you nail Bains soon," says Big John. 59 "My, my, we've been BUSY, haven't we?" Big John says, smiling. 60 "It doesn't seem you have any evidence to book right now." 61 Wait until he's at the window. 62 Book what? 63 "OK," says John, "What do you have?" 64 That is not something you need to book. 65 Get closer to talk to him. 66 Wait until he is at the window. 67 Big John looks surprised. "They keep the field kits in the bins right there behind the counter, where they've always been, Bonds," he says. 68 Big John says, "The results will be placed in your message basket tomorrow." 69 "What do you want to book?" 70 "Give me the evidence you want to book." 71 "I would be too." 72 "That's good. I hope he's found and put away for a long time." 73 Huh? 74 "Ok, then leave me alone." 75 "What are you talking about Sonny?" 76 "Boy, Sonny, you must be really brave." 77 "Well, I hope you find something on Bains because who knows what he'll do." 78 "Ok, then quit bothering me!" 79 In his heavy Italian accent, Officer Gelepsi says... 80 "I'da like'a to talk, but I'ma... how do you say... booke' de evidence'" 81 "Sonny, I jus' don'a hav'a time to talk." 82 "Cant'a you see I'ma busy?" 83 "Look, Mista detective: GET LOST!" 84 "Stop buggin' me, hot-shot! I MEAN it!!" 85 "GO 'WAY! I don' wanna talk to you no more!" 86 In a heated tone of voice Gelepsi says... "Hey, you cock'a de roach'a! Don'a you unnastand'a de english???" 87 You hand John the blood sample that you got from Cotton Cove. You ask Big John for identification analysis. 88 Carefully, John takes the blood sample that you got from the trunk. You request identification analysis. 89 You request identification analysis of the blood sample that you got from the motel.

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0 This is Kim Walters' desk. 1 Kim Walters is a young, attractive detective. 2 "What can I do for you, Bonds?" 3 "Have you heard the latest album from Blam? It's great! 4 "So it seems like you and Marie are getting kind of serious. She seems really nice." 5 "Why Sonny, I didn't know you cared!" 6 "Thanks for asking, but the chemistry just ain't there." 7 "Your mother must have dropped you on your head!" 8 " I don't have time." 9 "If you want to look at the files, ask the Lieutenant." 10 "The Homicide Office is down the hall." 11 I'm sorry, but I can't help you with that. 12 This is Lloyd Pratt's desk. 13 Lloyd Pratt is not here today. 14 Lloyd Pratt looks like he needs more sleep. 15 You already have. 16 You quietly tell Lloyd about the on-going Internal Affairs investigation, and you beg him to stop using drugs. 17 In a clear voice, Lloyd responds to you... 18 "Sonny, you are a true friend. I didn't realize how bad off I was until I woke up yesterday morning and didn't know where I was." 19 "I've made my mind up." Lloyd continues, "Today, I'm putting in for a leave of absence. Then I'm going to check myself into a rehabilitation center!" 20 Leaving Lloyd, you wish him all the luck in the world. You know he has made the correct decision. 21 Lloyd says, "Isn't life terrible sometimes. You wish it would go one way but it doesn't." 22 I'm sorry, but I'm busy here and can't help you with that. 23 Lloyd says, "Thanks Sonny." 24 Appearing slightly out of touch with his surroundings, your old friend Detective Lloyd Pratt slowly looks up and says... 25 "Hey duuuude, what's happening?" 26 "Wellll, if it ain't Mr. Homicide, himself!" 27 "Well, slap me some tracks and feed me a line! Mr. Bonds, what's up?" 28 Lloyd does not respond. He looks like he wants to be left alone. 29 This is Steve Jones' desk. 30 Steve Jones eagerly works away on...? 31 Narcotics Detective Steve Jones looks up and says... "Hello Sonny! Would you like to hear one of my famous poems?" 32 "Well, Sonny? Do you want to hear my poem?" 33 "Hi, Sonny." 34 "A grievance form...you want to begin it Because you've been hassled by the Lieutenant. It makes its way through the required channels, And is finally heard by the review board panel. The envelope you open...you read...you quiver! You've earned a footbeat...DOWN BY THE RIVER!" 35 "I search for the pusher with drugs for sale. I hook him and book him and take him to jail. The court hears the case and I'm sad to say he's back on the streets the very next day." 36 "My father done told me a long time ago, 'Son, save your money and climb out of the hole.' He gave me a dime, and with a big smile I put it on my dresser to save for awhile. Inflation taught me with the years I spent, The dime I saved was only worth five cents." 37 "Soap Suds Sadie yelled out,'Hey y'all! Get out of my way while I'm mopping the hall.' She mopped and she slopped 'til the cows came home, Now she's mopping and slopping at home all alone." 38 "What are you talking about, Sonny?" 39 "OK. Fine, Sonny. I won't. Leave me alone." 40 This is Lieutenant Dooley's desk. 41 Lieutenant Dooley looks like he is in deep thought. 42 "I'm busy, Bonds." 43 "It sure is nice weather we're having." 44 "You should join the narcotics division. It sure beats dead bodies." 45 I'm sorry, but I'm too busy for your questions. 46 "Be my guest." 47 Shaking his head, Dooley says..."I'm sorry, but I can't help you with that." 48 A computer sits on the desk. 49 Look at it first. 50 Steve tells you... 51 "Lloyd has taken some time off...I guess he has problems at home or something." 52 You're saddened as Steve tells you... 53 "Well they fired poor old Pratt!" 54 Continuing he says..."I guess Internal Affairs had a file open on him for illegal use of drugs. They just gave him his walking papers today." 55 You do not find anything of interest in the coat on the coatrack. 56 The Narcotics office is equipped with five desks, a file cabinet, and various items hanging on the wall. On one of the desks is a computer. 57 The coatrack has a coat and hat on it. 58 You see nothing special. 59 It's not yours. 60 There is no second page in this file. 61 Right now, you need to concentrate on this file. 62 You are looking into the file drawer which you just opened. It is an ordinary file drawer, with folders organized in alphabetical order. 63 You'd better put this file away first. You know how picky they are here in Narcotics. 64 Which file do you want to see? 65 You replace the file. 66 You don't have a file open now. 67 CASE#: N5553232 Name: Donald J. Colby. ALIAS: none. ADDRESS: As of 4/2/86 23110 Union St. Steelton, USA 68 SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 2/19/48. PHYS: wht/male, 5'7", blk, brn, 145. ASSIGNED TO: Watts, Laura A/O: Bonds & Watts ARREST RECORD: Narcotics for sale CONVICTED: 10/5/83 INCARCERATED: none. LOCATION: none. SENTENCE: 1 year suspended sentence 1 year probation PAROLE DATE: None. CASE STATUS: Closed. NOTE: Provided testimony in murder trial against Jessie Bains. 69 CASE#: N5550001 Name: Moffet Dickey ALIAS: none ADDRESS: 329 E. Peach St. Lytton City, USA 70 SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 3/20/28. PHYS: wht/male, 6'0", bln, blu, 150. ASSIGNED TO: Pratt A/O: Pratt ARREST RECORD: Narcotics possession CONVICTED: 10/3/86 INCARCERATED: none. LOCATION: none SENTENCE: 1 year suspended sentence with 6 mo probation PAROLE DATE: none. CASE STATUS: Closed 71 CASE#: N5554999 Name: Robin Jones. ALIAS: none. ADDRESS:302 Parkway Drive Lytton City, USA. 72 SCARS/TATTOOS: 3" scar left forehead. DOB: 2/26/67. PHYS: blk/male, 6'3", blk, hzl, 225. ASSIGNED TO: Jones A/O: Pratt & Jones ARREST RECORD: Narcotics possession CONVICTED: 6/6/87 INCARCERATED: none. LOCATION: none. SENTENCE: 1 year suspended sentence. 3 years probation. PAROLE DATE: None. CASE STATUS: Closed. 73 CASE#: N555J212. NAME: Victor Simms. ALIAS: none. ADDRESS: 304 Second St. Lytton City, USA. 74 SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 4/14/66. PHYS: wht/male, 5'7", blk, brn, 145. ASSIGNED TO: Watts, Laura A/O: Bonds & Watts ARREST RECORD: Narcotics for sale CONVICTED: 10/5/83 Juvenile Court INCARCERATED: none. LOCATION: none. SENTENCE: 1 year suspended sentence. PAROLE DATE: None. PROBATION: 1 yr. CASE STATUS: Closed 75 CASE#: N5553339 Name: Wilma Snider. ALIAS: Big Snort Snider. ADDRESS: 203 Oak St. Lytton City, USA. 76 SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 7/19/60. PHYS: blk/fem, 5'7", blk, brn, 145. ASSIGNED TO: Pratt A/O: Pratt ARREST RECORD: Narcotics for sale CONVICTED: 8/5/85 INCARCERATED: local LOCATION: Lytton Jail SENTENCE: 1 year suspended sent. 3 year probation. PAROLE DATE: None. CASE STATUS: Closed 77 CASE#: N5555678 Name: George Snow. ALIAS: Ice Man ADDRESS: transient 78 SCARS/TATTOOS: tattoo of panther on back DOB: 3/15/56. PHYS: wht/male, 6'0", blk, grn, 206. ASSIGNED TO: Jones A/O: Pratt ARREST RECORD: Narcotics for sale CONVICTED: 6/6/86 INCARCERATED: State Pen. LOCATION: Foolsum SENTENCE: 1 year with 3 years probation. PAROLE DATE: 12/6/86. CASE STATUS: Closed 79 CASE#: N5554657 NAME: Jose Valencia ALIAS: none ADDRESS: 25112 Staton Court Century, USA 80 SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 3/15/63. PHYS: mex/male, 6'0", blk, brn, 190. ASSIGNED TO: Pratt A/O: Pratt, Jones ARREST RECORD: Narcotics for sale Poss of paraphernalia Assault on police officer CONVICTED: 5/5/82 INCARCERATED: State Pen. LOCATION: Foolsum SENTENCE: 2 year with 5 year probation PAROLE DATE: none. CASE STATUS: Closed Update: 3/2/87 probation. violation pending.

4.txtEdit

0 As you pass his desk, Captain Hall says, "Wait, Bonds, leave the unmarked car keys here." 1 You drop the keys on his desk, and hurry out the door. 2 "You've done your work for today, Bonds," Captain Hall declares. "You're off duty as of now." 3 Captain Hall is too busy right now. 4 The captain says, "It doesn't seem you have anything yet." 5 The folders are all closed, and you see nothing of interest. 6 You see no folders here. 7 You scan the bulletin board and see the shooting schedule. Below the board, is a rack of car keys. 8 The shooting schedule indicates you are behind on your scores. 9 The papers on the board are a year old. 10 Among the many papers on Captain Hall's desk, one catches your interest. You read: 11 "Passwords:

MIAMI ICECREAM PISTACHIO" 12 Captain Hall doesn't like to be interrupted. 13 Jim is a muscular, quiet man. He has nothing to say to you. 14 Keith smiles and says, "Take it easy, partner." 15 Get closer to him. 16 You've been given your orders. 17 The Captain is on the phone. 18 With a slurp and a smack, the Captain says,"Not now please, I'm eating my ice cream!" 19 "Yo, Sonny," mumbles Detective Jim (Rambo) Pierson, "I'm on the phone." 20 "You go ahead, partner," Keith says, "I'll be right out." 21 "Have fun, partner," Keith says, "I'll see you tomorrow." 22 Keith apparently is lost in thought - but you know better. 23 Keith doesn't appear to hear you. Maybe you should get closer? 24 You did that once. He fell off his chair, hit his head, and he's never been the same since. 25 The Captain doesn't like you messing with the things on his desk. 26 You can't use that right now. 27 There are no mugshots here. 28 Look at it first. 29 It's just a lamp. 30 Open the drawer first. 31 All the drawers around here look the same. 32 What ice cream? Captain Hall isn't eating ice cream. 33 Captain Hall's favorite: pistachio. 34 The locker belongs to the Captain. 35 The keys are for the unmarked cars. 36 On the wall you see a map, two bulletin boards, and some keys. 37 That's easier to do if you open it first. 38 The papers on the board are a year old, and of no interest. 39 Go up to it and take a look. 40 This is the Homicide Office. 41 The Homicide Office is equipped with five desks, a file cabinet, a locker, and various other items hanging on the wall. On one of the desks is a computer. 42 In the basket you see a subpoena. 43 You pick up and read the subpoena. 44 "You are commanded to appear in Division 4, Superior Court of the City of Lytton, as a witness for the People in the retrial matter against the defendant, Jessie Bains. Notification of time and date will follow." 45 You can't believe what you just read! Just as the memory of this rat was passing into oblivion, he's back for a retrial. 46 In the basket you see a manila envelope. 47 You remove the envelope, which is marked: "Crime Lab." 48 While opening the envelope, you think..."It's the test results on the evidence." 49 Fingerprint tape: Location found: Glove box of deceased jailer's car Findings of forensic examination: Positive match - Jessie H. Bains 50 Fingerprint tape: Location found: Rear view mirror of stolen car Findings of forensic examination: Positive match - Jessie H. Bains 51 Coagulated Blood: Location found: River bank Findings of forensic examination: Blood type: A+ (same as jailer's) 52 Footprint cast: Location found: River bank Findings of examination Size 10d (new) 53 Makeshift knife: Location found: Bottom of River Findings of examination Weapon made from spoon "New Floral Design" By "Superior Dinner Ware MFG CO." Same pattern is used at Lytton Jail. 54 Clothing: Location found: Approx. 300yds up river from footprints Findings of examination #1 shirt - jail issue. size, med. #2 trousers - jail issue. size, 36 55 Hand gun: Ser. Num. S/W 5557763 4" Smith&Wesson 38cal K-38 Location found: Airport rest room (toilet tank) Registered to: Luis Pate (jailer) Findings of forensic examination: Fingerprints - Inconclusive Ballistics - test round (from glove box of jailer's car) fired from this weapon, match with bullet removed from Jailers head. 56 Ammunition: (3 rounds) Location found: Glove box of jailer's car Test findings: Ballistics - (see above) Lytton PD departmental issue ammunition 57 ...END OF REPORT. 58 Your basket is empty. 59 You see a note in your basket. 60 You pick up and read the note... 61 "Bonds, Marie called while you were out. She wants you to call her as soon as possible." 62 You don't see that in your basket. 63 It's not nice to look in other people's baskets. 64 Captain Fletcher Hall is a very large man with an over-powering presence. 65 Although short, Detective Jim Pierson keeps himself in excellent physical condition. He rarely speaks unless spoken to. 66 Your partner, Keith Robinson, is an easy-going, veteran detective. He doesn't let his job interfere with his relaxation. 67 Get closer. 68 This is Captain Fletcher Hall's desk. On it, you see some folders and papers. 69 This is Detective Jim Pierson's desk. 70 This is your partner, Keith Robinson's desk. 71 This desk is used for the computer, which is shared by everyone in the office. 72 Your desk is equipped with drawers, a phone, a message basket, and a lamp. 73 Leave it in the basket. The station's clerical staff is very good at filing these things away for you. 74 The subpoena has been filed away. 75 As you reach for the note, you think... "Nah, just one more piece of paper to carry around. 76 The note is gone. Clerks periodically clean out your basket, so that important papers aren't allowed to sit. 77 What? You see nothing like that here. 78 The Captain keeps it closed and locked. 79 You closed it yourself. 80 It's already closed. 81 You already have them. 82 You remove the keys from the board. 83 OK. 84 You're already sitting. 85 You're standing already. 86 You need to unlock it first. 87 Sit at your desk to open your desk drawer. 88 It's already unlocked. 89 You unlock and open your drawer. 90 You don't have the key to the drawer. 91 You must sit down first. 92 It's already locked. 93 The drawer's already closed. 94 You should sit down first. 95 Sit at your desk to use the phone. 96 Better use the phone. 97 That isn't in the drawer. 98 You see a letter, not a note in the drawer. 99 You don't have that. 100 You see it in the drawer. 101 The Captain speaks up and says... 102 "Well Bonds, no doubt you heard about Jessie Bains by now." 103 "The District Attorney told me that the reason this jackass won a retrial was some technical BS about improper jury instruction." 104 "It's a real shame, but that's life." 105 "Bonds, we have bad news. Jessie Bains has escaped Lytton City Jail!" 106 "Not only has he escaped," the Captain says,"but he took the jailer as hostage!" 107 "Bonds, I've named you and your partner Keith, to a special task force with the code name of 'Target.' 108 The Captain continues:"I want you boys to answer any and all calls that might be even remotely connected to this dirtbag!" 109 The Captain orders you: "Find a mug shot of that punk, and get on this immediately!" 110 "You have your orders, Bonds!" 111 "You're wasting valuable time, Bonds!" 112 "You're a detective. Start earning your money!" 113 "Bonds," says the Captain, "go ahead and take off. You've earned your daily dollar." 114 "You're on your own time boy....Go somewhere!" 115 "Hey Bonds!" the Captain blurts. "We have a traffic cop standing by down in the old warehouse district with a 187 victim." 116 Continuing, the Captain says: "The victim took it in the back of the head. Looks like it could be a professional hit." 117 "Sonny! The address is 160 West Rose. Take Keith and get over there!" 118 "Keith just told me about the motel incident!" the Captain says in an excited voice. 119 "Good thing Keith was there with you, keeping a cool head and following procedures." 120 The Captain continues... "I've been thinking....I don't like what I see." 121 "Point #1:" says Fletch, "The murder victim, Woody Roberts, testified against Bains at his trial last year." 122 "Point #2:" he continues, "Bonds, you also testified against Bains last year." 123 "Point #3: You were led into a booby trap at the motel. If you ask me," he says, "this whole thing is shaping up as a vendetta!" 124 In a worried tone of voice, the Captain says,"You boys better start digging. We appear to have a vengeful maniac on our hands!" 125 Barely able to contain your emotions, you quickly tell Captain Hall about the signs of a struggle at Marie's. 126 "Sorry to hear about Marie, Sonny," Captain Fletcher offers. 127 "If you boys have a solid lead, now's the time to bring it up." 128 The Captain takes the victim list from you and begins to read. 129 Captain Fletcher Hall says, "While you were out, I dug around in the files and came up with a list of folks who testified against Bains." 130 "They are..." he says, reading the list, "Woody Roberts, Don Colby, Marie Wilkans, and Sonny Bonds." 131 "Huummm," the Captain mumbles. "Everyone on this list testified against Bains, and are now either dead or missing. Except you and Colby." 132 "The question is, Sonny: will he go after you or Colby next?" 133 Captain Hall takes the card from you. "So, Bains knows where Colby is!" 134 "This chump Bains," he continues, "most likely has kidnapped Marie to use her as a hostage. He's trying to sucker you into another set-up, Bonds." 135 "A maniac like Bains is hard to read, boys," Captain Hall muses. "You've got a blank check to proceed however you feel is best." 136 "I've looked over the evidence and see that Bains now knows where Colby is." 137 "Colby's where-abouts are unknown to Bains," Captain Hall thinks aloud, "so Bains will probably stick around to take another crack at you, Sonny." 138 "I'll book this evidence for you. You'd better decide what to do next... and FAST!" 139 Your partner Keith takes a deep puff and says: 140 "Say, Sonny...I heard that dirtbag you sent up the river last year is back in town for retrial. Isn't his name Bains, or something like that?" 141 "Maybe this time you can put him away for the duration." 142 "It just seems like the garbage of this world gets every chance known to man."

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0 The locker room has three rows of full-sized lockers, two benches, a wash basin with mirror, and four toilet stalls. 1 You look at the ceiling and observe a lighting system that adequately illuminates the locker room. 2 You look down and see a very clean floor. 3 Aaahhh! That feels good. 4 You hum a tune as you relieve yourself. "Strangers in the night, la da dee dah..." 5 You hold your breath for the duration. 6 You can't right now. 7 The lock on your locker is is not the type that you can pick. 8 You already are. 9 Ok. 10 The crud on the bench changes your mind. 11 You are not close enough to the bench. 12 You don't need it. 13 You can't move something that's anchored to the floor. 14 Negative! 15 The name on the locker reads: "S. Bonds" 16 The name on the locker reads: "J. Pierson" 17 The name on the locker reads: "K. Robinson" 18 The name on the locker reads: "J. Dooley" 19 The name on the locker reads: "J. Simpson" 20 The name on the locker reads: "R. Adams" 21 The name on the locker reads: "W. Jerome" 22 The name on the locker reads: "S. Jones" 23 The name on the locker reads: "L. Pratt" 24 Get closer to a locker. 25 The crud is black and green and yellow and nothing you want to mess with. 26 Through the window you see a clear day. 27 Under the bench you see the floor. 28 You see nothing special about the bench. 29 You see trousers crumpled on the floor around a pair of legs, and you conclude that the stall is occupied. 30 My gawd! Get serious ! 31 "Pervert!" 32 You see nothing but a toilet. 33 You are not close enough to a stall. 34 A somewhat clean, but not very interesting toilet is in the stall. 35 You can't see it from here. 36 Nothing special about this door. 37 Your lock is the round type that unlocks by turning to three numbers in the correct sequence. 38 You're not close enough to your locker. 39 You look into the mirror and see your mother's son. 40 You see gleaming white porcelain. 41 These aren't bus station pay toilets. 42 Speaking laboriously, the stalls occupant says, "Roses are red, violets are fun, hey man, hey man, I have constipation!" 43 "Excuse me, but this is not a place for conversation." 44 "I'm meditating, leave me alone." 45 "I have more important things to do." 46 Hearing the sound of rustling paper, you accurately surmise that this stall's occupant is concentrating deeply! 47 Grunts and groans encourage you to leave! 48 From behind the door you hear the occupant whistling a familiar tune. At least he enjoys his handiwork. 49 A voice snaps back, "This crapper's occupied!" 50 "Use the next stall ! I'm giving birth to another sergeant!" 51 This one is not occupied. 52 You are not close enough to the toilet door. 53 Get closer to your locker. 54 Are you sure about your combination numbers? 55 You'd better try again. 56 Do you know your locker combination? 57 The door must be broken. You can't use this one. 58 This one is occupied. 59 You don't need to. 60 You'd better go inside the stall first. 61 Good idea! 62 You wash, rinse, and dry your face and hands. 63 You'd better get closer to the sink. 64 You turn on the water and wash your hands. 65 The water is on already. 66 The spigot is out of reach. 67 Good idea ! 68 If you're thirsty, save the game, get out of your chair, and walk to your refrigerator. 69 Your locker is already closed and locked. 70 You are not close enough to your locker. 71 You can do that yourself. 72 You don't have that. 73 You unstrap and remove your holster. With its familiar weight gone, you feel off-balance and vulnerable. 74 You put the handcuffs back in the locker. 75 You put the ammo clips back in the locker. 76 You don't need to put that in the locker. 77 You strap your holster on under your jacket. 78 Your gun isn't in the locker. 79 You take your ammo clips. 80 There are no ammo clips in this locker. 81 You put your handcuffs on your belt. 82 Your handcuffs are not in the locker 83 You don't need the picture of Marie. It looks fine where it is. 84 On the shelf you see your spare ammo clips. 85 The shelf has nothing on it. 86 You took this picture at the beach. Marie has signed it: `Love, Marie'. What a girl! 87 Your spare ammo is on the shelf. 88 Your gun and holster are on a hook. 89 Your pair of handcuffs are on a hook. 90 You look around to make sure no one is watching and kiss Marie's belly button. 91 You decide that it isn't a bit like the real thing.

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0 This is the desk where detective James Simpson does his creative report writing. 1 James is one cool dude. 2 "What can I do for you ?" says Detective Simpson. 3 Detective James Simpson says, "What a rat race burglary division is becoming. Someday, maybe, I'll be working homicide." 4 "Bonds," says Simpson, "this ain't the homicide office." 5 Chuckling, Detective Simpson says to you, "Hey Bonds, you should have been with us on the big caper last night." 6 Simpson continues, "We made a pinch on this squirrelly pecker wood who was raiding clothes lines over at the college dorm. He had in his possession, 15 jockstraps, 23 pair of panties and one paper bag over his head !" 7 "I don't know what you are talking about. Go ask somebody else." 8 "Oh yes," says Detective Simpson, "we just worked a recent pawn shop burglary." 9 Simpson continues, "Taken in that burglary were two shotguns, a 32 automatic with silencer, and ammunition." 10 "Affirmative on the prints," says Jim, "we dusted everything. Bains' prints were all over that shotgun." 11 Checking his notes he says, "The number of the 32 auto is BHG5556947. The numbers on the two shotguns are BSG12P3170 and WSGA122372." 12 James says, "I have a lot of work to do Bonds." 13 Detective Jerome is not here right now. 14 This is the desk of detective William Jerome. 15 "I'm sorry Sonny, but I can't help you with that." 16 Willie is working industriously. 17 "Sonny my man," says Detective William 'Willie' Jerome. 18 "Ain't no murder suspects in here!" says Willie. 19 Detective Jerome says, "What are you looking for?" 20 "Homicide's down the hall son !" Jerome says. 21 "Well!" says Willie, "if it ain't the #1 homicide dick of Lytton." 22 Lieutenant Adams is not here right now. 23 This is the desk where Lieutenant Adams counts down to his retirement. 24 "I haven't been working any burglaries that have involved homicides, Sonny." 25 Lieutenant Adams seems to be pondering what he will do when he retires. 26 Lieutenant Adams tells you, "I could care less about this joint. I'm just sitting here biding my time, and waiting for my pension." 27 "I don't know what I'm doing here," says the Lieutenant, "I'd rather sell motor homes in Siberia !" 28 The Lieutenant says to you, "Hey Sonny, I'll trade you these lieutenant bars for a one way ticket to Mexico" 29 "Just kidding, I like Chinese food." 30 Detective Gomez is not here right now. 31 When she's here, Burglary Detective Laura Gomez claims this desk. 32 "No thanks, my husband may not like it." 33 "I'm sorry, but I can't help you with that." 34 Laura works eagerly away on her current case. 35 "Hi, Sonny," says Laura, "long time no see." 36 Detective Laura Gomez comments, "Sure is nice to be out of Traffic Division and into Burglary for a change." 37 Laura says, "Have you seen Marie lately? What a sweet girl she turned out to be." 38 In an angry tone of voice, Laura says, "Why, you crap house RAT! I oughta slap your eye balls out!" 39 Detective Gomez verbally assaults you, "Listen gutter mouth!" she says, "the only reason I don't drop kick-you over this desk right now is because, no doubt, the obvious lack of oxygen to your brain has apparently rendered you a mental defect!" 40 On this desk rests a workable computer. 41 Look at it first. 42 Looking at the peaceful, relaxing poster of the South Sea Isles almost throws your brain into neutral. 43 The wastebasket is over-flowing with discarded paper. 44 The Burglary Office is furnished with the regular stuff, bulletin boards, desks, a wall map, bookcase and computer. 45 The people in Burglary will do that...someday.

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0 CASE#:M10251983. Name:Bains, Jessie Hiram. ALIAS:Sloan, Frank nmn. 1 SCARS/TATTOOS: Abdominal scars caused by bullets. DOB: 11/30/51. PHYS: wht/male, 5'8", blk, brn, 150. ASSIGNED TO: Hamilton A/O: Sonny Bonds ARREST RECORD: Count #1 - MURDER. VICTIM - Taselli, Jason Count #2 - ATTEMPT MURDER VICTIM - Bonds, Sonny <1> 2 CASE#: M03151985. Name: Botts, Rambus. ALIAS: none. 3 SCARS/TATTOOS: None. DOB: 8/22/56. PHYS: blk/male, 5'11", blk, brn, 195. ASSIGNED TO: Pierson A/O: Same ARREST RECORD: First degree murder First degree burglary VICTIM - Smith, Kenneth SUMMARY: Victim was strangled during the commission of burglary to his home. Eyewitness testimony convicted Botts of murder, and burglary in the first degree. <1> 4 CASE#: M12161984. NAME: Loofin, Mary. DECEASED: 12/16/1984. ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: none. DOB: 2/10/30. PHYS: wht/fem, 5'03", gry, blu, 115. ASSIGNED TO: Pierson A/O: None METHOD OF MURDER - beating - ---------------------------------------- 5 SUSPECT: NAME: Loofin, Jasper(husband) ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: Anchor on left forearm. DOB: 1/2/30 PHYS: wht/male, 5'11", gry, blu, 145.

<1> 6 CASE#: M08022086. NAME: Martinez, Richard. DECEASED: 02/20/1986. ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: none. DOB: 6/21/65. PHYS: mex/male, 5'8", blk, brn, 155. ASSIGNED TO: Pierson A/O: Same METHOD OF MURDER - Dagger - ---------------------------------------- 7 SUSPECT: NAME : Granandez, Chico. ALIAS: "Peppy". SCARS/TATTOOS: Cross on back of left hand DOB: 6/19/63. PHYS: mex/male, 5'8", blk, brn, 150.

<1> 8 CASE#: M09151983. Name: South, Julia DECEASED: 09/15/1983. ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: 8" scar on abdomen. DOB: 4/22/49. PHYS: wht/fem, 5'4", red, brn, 135. ASSIGNED TO: Hall A/O: Same METHOD OF MURDER - Poison - ---------------------------------------- 9 SUSPECT: Name : South, Lorin. ALIAS: None. SCARS/TATTOOS: None DOB: 11/13/45. PHYS: wht/male, 5'9", gry, brn, 170.

<1> 10 CASE#: M09091983. NAME: Taselli, Jason. DECEASED: 09/09/1983. ALIAS: Marvin Hoffman. ALIAS: Leroy Pierson. SCARS/TATTOOS: Flower above left nipple. DOB: 3/1/39. PHYS: wht/male, 5'11", blk, brn, 195. ASSIGNED TO: Hamilton A/O: None METHOD OF MURDER - hand gun - ---------------------------------------- 11 SUSPECT: NAME:Bains, Jessie Hiram. ALIAS:Sloan, Frank nmn. SCARS/TATTOOS: None. DOB: 11/30/51. PHYS: wht/male, 5'8", blk, brn, 150.

<1> 12 CASE #: M08151983. NAME: West, Lonny. DECEASED: 09/15/1983. ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: None DOB: 2/10/63. PHYS: wht/male, 6'0", bln, blu, 190. ASSIGNED TO: Hamilton A/O: No arrest METHOD OF MURDER - hand gun - ---------------------------------------- 13 SUSPECT: Name : Taselli, Jason ALIAS: None. SCARS/TATTOOS: Flower, above left nipple. DOB: 3/1/39. PHYS: wht/male, 5'11", blk, brn, 195. <1> 14 SUMMARY: After a lengthy investigation, Officer Sonny Bonds successfully infiltrated the illegal gambling operation at the Hotel Delphoria. A confrontation with Bains ended in a shootout and his subsequent arrest. Suspect was convicted of first degree murder. Further: testimony provided by Woody Roberts, Marie Wilkans, and Don Colby was instrumental in convicting subject Bains on additional counts of narcotics trafficking and illegal gambling activities.

CONVICTED: 10/25/1983. INCARCERATED: State Pen. LOCATION: Foolsum. SENTENCE: 97 years. PAROLE DATE: None.

CASE STATUS: Closed END FILE: (2) 15 CONVICTED: 4/25/1986. INCARCERATED: State Pen. LOCATION: Foolsum. SENTENCE: 34 years. PAROLE DATE: None. CASE STATUS: Closed. END FILE:







<2> 16 SUMMARY: Victim murdered by multiple blows to the head with a baseball bat. The suspect, who has a history of wife beating, is still outstanding and believed to have left the state.

CASE STATUS: Open END FILE:






<2> 17 SUMMARY: The victim, R. Martinez, received multiple stab wounds during a gang war between the "Z84's" and "P59's". The suspect, C. Granandez, was arrested and convicted for second degree murder. He was sentenced to serve 25 years in the State Pen without possibility of parole.

CASE STATUS: Non-active. END FILE:





<2> 18 SUMMARY: Prior to murder, the victim received a $200,000.00 inheritance. The suspect slowly and systematically poisoned his wife, knowing he would become sole heir to all of their possessions. Overwhelming evidence convicted the suspect of murder in the 1st degree. Subject Lorin South, was sentenced to death by lethal injection.

CASE STATUS: Closed. END FILE:





<2> 19 SUMMARY: Victim's body recovered from Clearwater River. Evidence recovered from suspect's hotel room led to his conviction of first degree murder. At the time of death, this victim was under investigation for suspicion of murder, auto theft & narcotics. It is believed this victim was employed by the suspect as a hit man.

CASE STATUS: Closed. END FILE:





<2> 20 SUMMARY: The victim was ambushed while operating his vehicle S/B on Fourth St. The suspect vehicle without warning, pulled along side victims car and shot him with a hand gun. Jason Taselli was under investigation for the murder of West, when he himself became the victim of murder. CASE STATUS: Closed. END FILE:





<2> 21 You already have that particular photograph. 22 You can't take the only mug shot in the file! 23 You're already looking at it. 24 Look at page one of the file. 25 This is the end of the file! 26 This is the beginning of the file! 27 There is no third page in this file. 28 You can only look at one file at a time. 29 If you value your hide in Homicide, you won't leave files lying around loose. Put it back! 30 You replace the file. 31 You are looking into the file drawer which you just opened. It has folders arranged in alphabetical order. 32 Open a file and look at the photo. 33 Which file would you like to open?

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0 1 It's your typical computer manual - completely unreadable by normal human beings. You're better off without it. 2 You find the power switch on the back of the computer. 3 The computer is turned off. 4 First, turn on the computer, then you can type it. 5 The new computer system is the latest in crime-fighting technology. 6 7 8 COMMAND> 9 10 Session Complete. 11 Calm down. You have no need of your gun here. 12 13 14 15 PASSWORD: 16 ACCESS DENIED! 17 POLICE QUEST In The Pursuit Of The Death Angel

Enter the brutal world of vice, drugs and homicide. Handle traffic violators, attend briefings. Stop the flood of illegal drugs that is destroying the community. Ages 18 and up.

18 KINGS QUEST I Quest For The Crown

The original history- making adventure game. Be Sir Graham, bravest of the Knights. Locate lost treasures. Return them to King Edward to restore kingdom's lost prosperity. In the end, you may inherit the throne. 19 KINGS QUEST II Romancing The Throne

Explore caves, eerie castle towers, and ocean wonderlands. Help King Graham unlock the secrets that will lead him to the enchanted maiden for whom he longs.


20 KINGS QUEST III To Heir is Human

Become Gwydion, young slave to the evil wizard Manannan of Llewdor. Discover the wizard's spells. Embark upon dangerous voyages to distant lands. Free a Kingdom from its ravages.


21 KINGS QUEST IV The Perils of Rosella

Travel with Rosella, the beautiful princess and heroine of King's Quest IV. Journey to a town far away. Search for the enchanted fruit that will restore life to her father and safely return her home. Meet creatures from ancient legend, from 22 beautiful unicorns to hideous ogres. Acquire treasures that are necessary to ensure your safety. Save Genesta from imminent death by destroying the evil Lolotte and returning the sacred talisman which once rested around her neck.


23 SILPHEED Defend the United Universe as the pilot of Silpheed, Super Dogfighter. Combine strategy with dexterity. Silpheed becomes even more powerful by acquiring new weapons and shields. The longer you survive, the stronger Silpheed (and the adversaries) become. 20 levels of action. 9 original musical scores. 24 MANHUNTER

This science fiction epic is a dark vision of our planet's future. Manhunter evolves around the life of a detective in New York City two years after alien invasion and consequent world takeover. The 'hero' of the story is contracted by the newly founded alien 25 dictatorship as a bounty hunter. His goal is to track down and destroy a ring of human saboteurs and militants out to end the alien rule. In the end, will you be on the side of evil, or good? You decide.



26 THEXDER Pilot an armored robot- jet transformer vehicle. Change from a robot to a jet instantly, as you fly through multiple attack scenarios. Go through innumerable mazes and secret passages while avoiding booby traps, mazes, and over twenty different types of alien machines. 27 GOLD RUSH! Join the Gold Rush! Sell your land, and grab the next ride out, because your fortune lies 2000 miles away. Relive America's most exciting era by traveling to the gold fields of California by any of the three perilous routes used at that time. Each of the trips is dangerous, historically and geographically accurate, and educational. 28 MIXED-UP MOTHER GOOSE

Go on an adventure in Mother Goose land. Find missing pieces to some of her most popular rhymes. When the pieces are found, the rhyme is acted out. No reading skills are required. Ages 4 and up


29 SPACE QUEST The Sarien Encounter

Become Roger Wilco in this action-packed, tongue-in-cheek, space thriller. Recover the stolen Star Generator and save your home planet.



30 SPACE QUEST II Vohaul's Revenge

Come face to face with Sludge Vohaul, the mad scientist. Encounter Vohaul's wrath. Explore the jungle planet of Labion and much more! Many puzzles and strange creatures await you.


31 SPACE QUEST III

Battle the infamous Pirates of Pestulon as Roger Wilco continues his career as space-hero and part-time janitor. Help Roger survive the most bizarre dangers yet! The latest in the hit Space Quest series.


32 LEISURE SUIT LARRY IN THE LAND OF THE LOUNGE LIZARDS

Become the lovable nerd Larry, and spend one fabulous night in Lost Wages. You'll drink. You'll dance. And if you play your cards right, you might even meet the girl of your dreams. Ages 18 and up 33 LEISURE SUIT LARRY II LOOKING FOR LOVE IN SEVERAL WRONG PLACES

Become the lovable nerd Larry ONE MORE TIME! Win $1,000,000 a year for life! Win a fabulous cruise with a beautiful woman!! Wish you were back in Lost Wages counting your breath mints!!!

34 CASE#: M09091983.

NAME: Taselli, Jason. ADDRESS: 753 Third St. Lytton City, USA. DECEASED: 09/09/1986. METHOD OF MURDER: Murder by handgun.

ALIAS: Marvin Hoffman. ALIAS: Leroy Pierson. SCARS/TATTOOS: Flower above left nipple. 35 DOB: 3/1/39. PHYS: wht/male 5'11",blk,brn,195.

ARREST RECORD: no local.

CONVICTIONS: unavailable. NOTE: at time of death, sub under investigation for suspicion of murder, auto theft, narcotics. END FILE.

36 NAME: Loofin, Jasper

ALIAS: "Jaz" SCARS/TATTOOS: Anchor - left forearm DOB: 1/2/30 PHYS: wht/male 5'11",gry,blu,198 CASE STATUS: Open under investigation ASSIGNED TO: Pierson Homicide Department END FILE. 37 CASE#: M08022086.

NAME: Martin, Richard. DECEASED: 02/20/1986. METHOD OF DEATH: Murdered with Dagger.

ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: none. DOB: 6/21/65. PHYS: wht/male 5'08",brn,brn,155.

38 SUSPECT: NAME : Granandez, Jose. ALIAS: "Peppy". SCARS/TATTOOS: Cross on back of left hand DOB: 6/19/63. PHYS: mex/male 5'8",blk,brn,150. ARREST RECORD: Auto theft CONVICTED: 6/14/83. SENTENCE: suspended. END FILE.

39 CASE#: M03151985. NAME: Botts, Rambus. ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: None. DOB: 8/22/56. PHYS: blk/male 5'11",blk,brn,195. ARREST RECORD: Murder CONVICTED: 11/12/85 INCARCERATED: State Pen LOCATION: Foolsum. SENTENCE: 30 years. PAROLE DATE: None END FILE. 40 CASE#:M08201984. NAME : Granandez, Jose. ALIAS: "Peppy". SCARS/TATTOOS: Cross on back of left hand DOB: 6/19/63. PHYS: mex/male 5'8",blk,brn,150. ARREST RECORD: Murder CONVICTED: 8/20/87 INCARCERATED: State Pen LOCATION: Foolsum. SENTENCE: 23 years. END FILE. 41 CASE#: M08201983.

NAME: Martinez, Chico ADDRESS: 303 Fifth St. Lytton City, USA. DECEASED: 08/20/1983. METHOD OF MURDER: Murdered with ice pick. ALIAS: none.

SCARS/TATTOOS: none. DOB: 6/6/65.

42 PHYS: mex/male 5'08",blk,brn,145.

ARREST RECORD: sale of narcotics. CONVICTED: 7/22/82. SENTENCE: suspended, three years probation.

NOTE: at time of death, sub under investigation for drug trafficking. END FILE. 43 CASE#: M09151983. NAME: South, Julia DECEASED: 09/15/1983. METHOD OF MURDER - poison - ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: 8" scar on abdomen. DOB: 4/22/49. PHYS: wht/fem 5'04",red,brn,135. ARREST RECORD: None END FILE. 44 CASE#: M08151983.

NAME: West, Lonnie. ADDRESS: 523 Oak St. Lytton City, USA.

DECEASED: 08/15/1983. METHOD OF MURDER - hand gun -

ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: none.

45 DOB: 2/10/63. PHYS: wht/male 6'00",bln,blu,190.

ARREST RECORD: sale of narcotics. CONVICTED: mistrial. SENTENCE: none.

NOTE: at time of death, sub under investigation for drug trafficking. END FILE. 46 CASE#: M10251983.

NAME: Bains, Jessie Hiram. ALIAS: Sloan, Frank nmn.

ADDRESS: 753 Third St. Lytton City, USA.

SCARS/TATTOOS: Scar on chest.

DOB: 11/30/51. PHYS: wht/male 5'8",blk,brn,150. 47 ARREST RECORD: murder, attempted murder narcotics, gambling.

CONVICTED: 10/25/1987.

INCARCERATED: State Pen. LOCATION: Foolsum. SENTENCE: 97 years. PAROLE DATE: None. END FILE.


48 CASE#: M03151985. NAME: Smith, Kenneth. ADDRESS: 1022 Rose St. Lytton City, USA. DOB: 11/30/35. DECEASED: 03/15/1985. METHOD OF MURDER - strangulation - ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: none. PHYS: blk/male 5'10",bln,grn,185. ARREST RECORD: END FILE. 49 CASE#: M12161984. NAME: Loofin, Mary. ADDRESS: 1103 Lilly St. Lytton City, USA. DECEASED: 12/16/1984. METHOD OF MURDER - beating - ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: none. DOB: 2/10/30. PHYS: wht/fem 5'03",gry,blu,115. ARREST RECORD: none END FILE. 50 CASE#: M10201986. NAME: Swift, Peter. ADDRESS: 123 Ninth St. Lytton City, USA. DECEASED: 10/20/1986. METHOD OF MURDER - shotgun - ALIAS: none. SCARS/TATTOOS: none. DOB: 4/19/34. PHYS: mex/male 6'02",blk,brn,200. ARREST RECORD: none END FILE. 51 CASE#:M09151983. NAME : South, Lorin. ALIAS: None. SCARS/TATTOOS: None DOB: 11/13/45. PHYS: wht/male 5'9",gry,brn,170. ARREST RECORD: Murder CONVICTED: 10/22/83 INCARCERATED: State Pen LOCATION: Foolsum. SENTENCE: 15 years. PAROLE DATE: 11/1/90 END FILE. 52 NAME - Gelepsi, Mario. BADGE - 5557428. DOB - 4/10/45. DEPARTMENT- Traffic Div. POSITION - Traffic Off. APPOINTED - 12/15/70. STATUS - Active. DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations 3/1/75-Officer Gelepsi was presented with the "Outstanding Effort" award, for the recovery 53 of 11 stolen vehicles in one 12 month period. Censurable Reports ALLEGATIONS: 2/3/73-The complaining party alleged that after being stopped for a traffic violation, Officer Gelepsi became belligerent and verbally abusive. FINDINGS: Not sustained: There was no supporting evidence. 54 NAME - Haines, Calvin BADGE - 5558013 DOB - 9/20/39 DEPARTMENT- Traffic Div. POSITION - Traffic Off. APPOINTED - 12/15/61 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations 3/1/77-While working alone, Officer Haines was dispatched to Cotton Cove to investigate a 55 report of one white male subject harassing fishermen in the area. Upon Haines' arrival, he observed one nude white male subject approaching his unit. Before Haines could react, the subject reached through the open drivers window and ripped Officer Haines' badge off his uniform. The subject then tossed the badge into 56 the river. Officer Haines successfully subdued and cuffed the subject, who was under the influence of PCP. NOTE: Several attempts at recovering Officer Haines' badge were unsuccessful. Censurable Reports: None.


57 NAME - Simpson, James. BADGE - 55510705 DOB - 4/22/63 DEPARTMENT- Burglary POSITION - Detective APPOINTED - 6/15/85 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations: 12/1/86-during the final quarter of 1986, Officer Simpson was assigned to traffic div. and was a 58 member of "B" sector team. Due to the combined effort of the team, reportable accidents were reduced a total of 20% compared to the same quarter the previous year. Censurable Reports 8/9/87 - Allegation - Conduct unbecoming of an officer.


59 During physical arrest of a child beating suspect, officer Simpson verbally abused and, with malicious intent, spit into the face of the suspect. Findings - sustained Action - 2 day suspension without pay. END FILE


60 NAME - Adams, Robert. BADGE - 5556503 DOB - 1/25/40 DEPARTMENT - Burglary POSITION - Lieutenant APPOINTED - 6/15/65 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations 6/2/73 - community involvement award for his outstanding effort in the founding and promotion 61 of the Lytton Police Scholarship Fund for high school seniors. 3/30/69 - Censurable Reports 5/5/78 - Allegation - Insubordination and failing to maintain himself in a professional manner. Sgt. Adams, (during the monthly staff meeting), proceeded to browbeat his superior 62 officers while using every four letter word known to man. Findings - sustained Action - written reprimand. END FILE




63 NAME - Waters, Laura. BADGE - 55510680 DOB - 3/01/64 DEPARTMENT - Burglary POSITION - Detective APPOINTED - 3/15/85 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations 4/2/71 - Heroic Rescue - While jogging off duty, Officer Waters spotted a small child floating face 64 down in an irrigation ditch. Officer Waters pulled the child from the water and applied CPR. The child's survival was the direct result of her action. Censurable Reports None. END FILE


65 NAME - Jerome, Willy. BADGE - 5559233 DOB - 4/22/50 DEPARTMENT - Narcotics POSITION - Detective APPOINTED - 6/15/78 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations 6/9/81 - Gold Medal - Shooting event Summer Police Olympics

66 Censurable Reports 4/14/85 - Allegation - misuse of sick time Findings - Sustained Action - Two day reduction in pay. END FILE




67 NAME - Willis, John. BADGE - 5558813 DOB - 2/03/51 DEPARTMENT - Narcotics POSITION - Detective APPOINTED - 12/15/76 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations 2/2/80 - Outstanding Effort - Defensively Using his PR/24 in a departmentally 68 approved manner. Officer Willis single-handedly held off three members of an outlaw motorcycle gang during a barroom brawl. His efforts prevented further injury to bar patrons who had been attacked for no reason. Censurable Reports None END FILE

69 NAME - Jones, Steve. BADGE - 5559023 DOB - 3/13/51 DEPARTMENT - Narcotics POSITION - Detective APPOINTED - 6/15/77 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations - 5/22/80 - On the above date, while assigned to Traffic Div., Officer Jones became 70 involved in a high speed pursuit of a stolen veh. During the pursuit, the suspect nearly collided with several other vehs before spinning out on a freeway offramp. As the suspect attempted to regain control of the veh. Officer Jones made the decision to terminate the pursuit by ramming the veh at low speed. The 71 suspect was placed under arrest without further incident. Censurable Reports None END FILE




72 NAME - Walters, Kim. BADGE - 55510703 DOB - 4/22/63 DEPARTMENT - Narcotics POSITION - Detective APPOINTED - 6/15/85 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS



73 Commendable citations 12/27/87 - Commendation Award - Since 8/1/85, Officer Walters has been team leader of the protective service unit assigned to Mayor Thomas G. Shmuck. Her outstanding effort in this area is duly noted. Censurable Reports None. END FILE 74 NAME - Pratt, Lloyd. BADGE - 5557183 DOB - 6/12/48 DEPARTMENT - Narcotics POSITION - Detective APPOINTED - 12/15/71 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Medal of Valor 9/3/73-Officer Pratt was wounded in the line of duty while coming to the aid of a critically 75 wounded officer who had been hit with gunfire from a heavily armed fugitive. Pratt, after being hit in the right leg, returned fire and mortally wounded the suspect. Commendable citations 4/8/76-risked personal injury saving small child from burning vehicle.

76 6/3/78-performed CPR, saving the life of a 45 year old heart attack victim. Censurable Reports 12/24/81-insubordination

CONFIDENTIAL: INTERNAL AFFAIRS DEPT. File: P3109 current/open ALLEGATION: On-duty drug consumption END FILE 77 NAME - Dooley, John. BADGE - 5556389 DOB - 7/27/28 DEPARTMENT - Narcotics POSITION - Lieutenant APPOINTED - 6/15/58 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations - 3/3/60 - Officer Dooley was instrumental in breaking up the largest auto theft 78 ring in the history of Lytton. Dooley arrested six suspects and recovered ten vehicles that were still outstanding. Censurable Reports None END FILE



79 NAME - Watts, Laura BADGE - 5557344 DOB - 4/10/48 DEPARTMENT- Narcotics. POSITION - Detective. APPOINTED - 6/15/69 STATUS - Retired DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations 3/1/72 - City of Lytton experienced unusually heavy rain, resulting in mud slides and road 80 closures. While working Traffic Division, Officer Watts moved into an area where commuter traffic had come to a stop. Officer Watts' professional and independent action was successful in diverting traffic to an alternate route, which cleared a potentially explosive situation.

81 Censurable Reports 1/4/84-Being caught red handed making chicken tracks across the top of Sgt Dooley's desk with a rubber stamp. This brought to light the true identity of the infamous "gremlin", who went about antagonizing Sgt Dooley. FINDINGS: Sustained. ACTIONS: Written apology. Written reprimand. 82 NAME - Pierson, Jim. BADGE - 5557973 DOB - 10/30/48 DEPARTMENT - Homicide POSITION - Detective APPOINTED - 3/15/72 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations - 6/3/80 - While alone at the office writing reports, Officer Pierson encountered a 83 hysterical man who advised him that his wife was laying in the back seat of his car giving birth to a baby. After calming the man down, Officer Pierson successfully proceeded to aid in the birth of a healthy baby boy. The proud parents honored him by naming their new addition "James".

84 Censurable Reports - 4/16/73 - Allegation Involvement in three preventable traffic collisions during a 12 month period. FINDINGS: sustained. ACTION: Return to the Academy and successfully complete the defensive driving course.

85 After completion of the course, Officer Pierson will be placed on 90 days probation. END FILE





86 NAME - Robinson, Keith. BADGE - 5559645 DOB - 5/18/50 DEPARTMENT- Homicide POSITION - Detective APPOINTED - 6/15/79 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations - 12/8/81 - Superior effort in traffic management at the scene of a double fatal, chain 87 reaction collision on the Lytton Freeway. Officer Robinson's action quickly brought the scene under control and prevented further tragedy. Censurable Reports None END FILE



88 NAME - Hall, Fletcher. BADGE - 5556619 DOB - 4/22/48 DEPARTMENT- Homicide POSITION - Captain APPOINTED - 12/15/66 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations - 6/5/78 - Outstanding investigative methods used in bringing about the arrest of mass 89 murderer Slinkard Pington. Censurable Reports - 3/7/85 - Failure to pass required physical performance test due to the excessive consumption of ice cream. END FILE



90 NAME - Bonds, Sonny. BADGE - 5557763 DOB - 10/30/52 DEPARTMENT - Homicide POSITION - Detective APPOINTED - 12/15/71 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS Commendable citations - 1/20/88 - While working Narcotics Division during 1987, Officer Bonds received 91 the Key to the City for his effort in the arrest of drug king Jessie Bains. Due to this effort, Bains was convicted and sent to prison for murder, drug trafficking, illegal gambling activities and attempted murder of a Police Officer. Censurable Reports: none. END FILE

92 NAME - Mills, Kenneth. BADGE - 5557343 DOB - 3/26/40 DEPARTMENT- Traffic POSITION - Weapons Off. APPOINTED - 6/15/69 STATUS - Active DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS - 6/9/81 - Bronze Medal Shooting event Summer Police Olympics Censurable Reports: none END FILE 93 CASE#: N555J212. NAME: Simms, Victor. ALIAS: none. ADDRESS: 304 2nd St. Lytton City, USA. SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 4/14/66. PHYS: wht/male 5'7",blk,brn,145. ARREST RECORD: sale of narcotics CONVICTED: 10/5/83 Juvenile Court 94 INCARCERATED: none. LOCATION: none. SENTENCE: 1 year sentence suspended. PAROLE DATE: None. PROBATION: 1 yr. END FILE.




95 CASE#: N5553232 NAME: Colby, Donald. ALIAS: none. ADDRESS: CONFIDENTIAL SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 2/19/48. PHYS: wht/male 5'7",blk,brn,145. ARREST RECORD: sale of narcotics CONVICTED: 10/5/83 INCARCERATED: none.

96 SENTENCE: 1 year suspended sentence. PAROLE DATE: None. PROBATION: 1 yr. NOTE: turned states witness provided testimony in murder trial against Jessie Bains. CONFIDENTIAL: Subject relocated under State's witness protection program 97 CASE#: N5553339 NAME: Snider, Wilma. ALIAS: Big Snort Snider ADDRESS: 203 Oak St. Lytton City, USA. SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 7/19/60. PHYS: blk/fem 5'7",blk,brn,175. ARREST RECORD: sale of narcotics CONVICTED: 8/5/85

98 INCARCERATED: local LOCATION: Lytton Jail SENTENCE: 1 year suspended sentence. PAROLE DATE: None. PROBATION: 3 yr. END FILE.




99 CASE#: NT5552465 NAME: Mulkins, Jack ALIAS: Snow Man. ADDRESS: 111 Peach St. Lytton City, USA. SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 8/17/64. PHYS: wht/male 5'9",blk,brn,170. ARREST RECORD: Under investigation for cocaine trafficking CONVICTED: None 100 INCARCERATED: N/A LOCATION: N/A SENTENCE: N/A PAROLE DATE: N/A PROBATION: N/A END FILE.




101 CASE#: NT5552467 NAME: Ramsey, Clyde ALIAS: None. ADDRESS: 212 10th St. Lytton City, USA. SCARS/TATTOOS: Numerous needle marks on both arms. DOB: 8/17/66. PHYS: wht/male 5'5",bln,blu,135. ARREST RECORD: Subject is known to 102 use and deal drugs. Has lengthy record of narcotics possession. Subject is now under surveillance. CONVICTED: Numerous convictions: possession INCARCERATED: N/A LOCATION: N/A SENTENCE: N/A PAROLE DATE: N/A PROBATION: Active END FILE. 103 CASE#: NT5552463 NAME: Quikel, Norma ALIAS: None. ADDRESS: 740 Fig St. Lytton City, USA. SCARS/TATTOOS: None DOB: 12/7/60. PHYS: blk/fem 5'5",blk,brn,135. ARREST RECORD: 6/18/87 possession, narcotics for sale.

104 CONVICTED: Trial date has not been set. INCARCERATED: None LOCATION: N/A SENTENCE: N/A PAROLE DATE: N/A PROBATION: N/A END FILE.



105 CASE#: N5554999 NAME: Jones, Robin. ALIAS: none. ADDRESS: 302 Parkway Drive Lytton City, USA. SCARS/TATTOOS: 3" scar left forehead. DOB: 2/26/67. PHYS: blk/male 6'3",blk,hzl,225. ARREST RECORD: possession narcotics 106 CONVICTED: 6/6/87 INCARCERATED: none. LOCATION: none. SENTENCE: 1 year suspended sentence. PAROLE DATE: None. PROBATION: 3 yrs. END FILE.



107 CASE#: N5555678 NAME: Snow, George. ALIAS: Ice Man ADDRESS: transient SCARS/TATTOOS: tattoo of panther on back DOB: 3/15/56. PHYS: wht/male 6'0",blk,grn,206. ARREST RECORD: sale of narcotics CONVICTED: 6/6/86 INCARCERATED: State Pen 108 LOCATION: Foolsum SENTENCE: 1 year PAROLE DATE: 12/6/86. PROBATION: 3 yrs. END FILE.





109 CASE#: V5554433. NAME: Catskill, Frank. ALIAS: Fat Cat ADDRESS: transient. SCARS/TATTOOS: cat's paw on left forearm DOB: 2/14/40. PHYS: blk/male 5'10",bald,blu,115. ARREST RECORD: extortion, 2nd offense CONVICTED: 12/5/85 INCARCERATED: State Pen 110 LOCATION: Foolsum. SENTENCE: 2 years. PAROLE DATE: None. END FILE.





111 CASE#: N5554657 NAME: Valencia, Jose. ALIAS: none ADDRESS: 25112 Staton Court Century USA SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 3/15/63. PHYS: mex/male 6'0",blk,brn,190. ARREST RECORD: Narcotics for sale. Possession of drug 112 paraphernalia. Assault on police officer. INCARCERATED: State Pen LOCATION: Foolsum SENTENCE: 2 year PAROLE DATE: none. PROBATION: 5 yrs. END FILE.



113 CASE#: N5550001 NAME: Dickey, Moffet. ALIAS: none ADDRESS: 293 Peach St. Lytton City, USA SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 3/20/28. PHYS: wht/male 6'0",bln,blu,150. ARREST RECORD: possession of narcotics CONVICTED: 10/3/86 INCARCERATED: none. 114 LOCATION: none SENTENCE: 1 year suspended sentence PAROLE DATE: none. PROBATION: 6 mo. END FILE.




115 CASE#: V5554321. NAME: Wilkans, Marie. ALIAS: Sweet Cheeks ADDRESS: 222 W Peach Lytton City, USA SCARS/TATTOOS: none. DOB: 2/14/53 PHYS: wht/fem 5'03",blk,blu,115. ARREST RECORD: solicitation CONVICTED: none

116 NOTE: provided assistance for Lytton PD in undercover operation leading to the arrest of murder suspect Jessie Bains. END FILE.




117 CASE#: V5551928. NAME: Roberts, Woodrow. ALIAS: Woody ADDRESS: 5556 Oak St. Lytton City, USA SCARS/TATTOOS: none. DOB: 2/14/61. PHYS: wht/male 5'08",brn,brn,210. ARREST RECORD: Illegal gambling CONVICTED: 10/25/83 SENTENCED: suspended, 118 4 year probation. NOTE: turned states witness provided testimony in murder trial against Jessie Bains. END FILE.




119 CASE#: V5553976. NAME: Fogg, Maynard. ALIAS: Dirty Man ADDRESS: 1121 E. Lilly Lytton City, USA. SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 6/21/33. PHYS: wht/male 5'6",bald,brn,200. ARREST RECORD: PORNOGRAPHY 13th offense CONVICTED: 7/5/86 INCARCERATED: State Pen. 120 LOCATION: Foolsum. SENTENCE: 112 years. PAROLE DATE: None. END FILE.





121 CASE#: V5554444. NAME: Bridford, Robert. ALIAS: Bobby the Bookie. ADDRESS: 502 Tenth St. Lytton City, USA. SCARS/TATTOOS: none DOB: 9/11/37. PHYS: blk/male 5'8",bln,brn,160. ARREST RECORD: BOOK MAKING 3rd offense CONVICTED: 6/5/87 INCARCERATED: local. 122 LOCATION: Lytton Jail. SENTENCE: 1 year SUSPENDED sentence. PAROLE DATE: None. PROBATION: 2 yrs. END FILE.




123 Criminal (DIR) 124 Sierra (DIR) 125 Personnel (DIR) 126 POLICE QUEST 127 KING'S QUEST 128 KQ II 129 KQ III 130 KQ IV 131 SILPHEED 132 MANHUNTER 133 THEXDER 134 GOLD RUSH 135 MOTHER GOOSE 136 | SPACE QUEST 137 | SQ II 138 | SQ III 139 | LSL I 140 | LSL II 141 Gelepsi, Mario 142 Haines, Calvin 143 Simpson, James 144 Adams, Robert 145 Waters, Laura 146 Jerome, William 147 Willis, John 148 Jones, Steve 149 Walters, Kim 150 Pratt, Lloyd 151 | Dooley, John 152 | Watts, Laura 153 | Pierson, James 154 | Robinson, Keith 155 | Hall, Fletcher 156 | Bonds, Sonny 157 | Mills, Kenneth 158 Homicide (DIR) 159 Vice (DIR) 160 Burglary (DIR) 161 FireArms (DIR) 162 Taselli, Jason 163 Loofin, Jasper 164 Martin, Richard 165 Botts, Rambus 166 Granandez, Jose 167 Martinez, Chico 168 South, Julia 169 | West, Lonnie 170 | Bains, Jessie 171 | Smith, Kenneth 172 | Loofin, Mary 173 | Swift, Peter 174 | South, Lorin 175 Simms, Victor 176 Colby, Donald 177 Snider, Wilma 178 Mulkins, Jack 179 Ramsey, Clyde 180 Quikel, Norma 181 Jones, Robin 182 Snow, George 183 Catskill, Frank 184 | Valencia, Jose 185 | Dickey, Moffit 186 | Wilkans, Marie 187 | Roberts, Woody 188 | Fogg, Maynard 189 | Bridford, R. 190 DIR? >

10.txtEdit

0 Hello, Sonny. Can I help you? 1 You hear Officer Mills' voice boom from the PA system... 2 "Bonds, find a booth and stop bothering the other officers!" 3 As you walk out from the booth, you take off your ear protectors. 4 This is the shooting range. Each officer is expected to maintain a proficient level in weapons training. 5 You see the weapons officer, Ken Mills, standing behind the equipment counter. 6 The equipment counter holds ear protectors and additional ammunition. 7 Looking through the glass, you see five shooting booths. 8 Looking through the glass, you see the weapons officer behind the counter. 9 Weapons officer, Ken Mills, stands behind the equipment counter. 10 You can't see the target very well from here. 11 Mills says, "Bonds, I'm in charge here. Move out!" 12 They can't hear you . 13 Officer Mills says, "Bonds, you don't belong behind here." 14 "I'm here to help," Mills says, "but I don't have time for small talk." 15 The weapons officer, Ken Mills, says, "What's the game plan, fella?" 16 "What can I do for you?" asks Ken. 17 "Hey Sonny!" Mills says, "What do you need?" 18 Weapons officer Mills says, "Before you shoot, I need to check the trigger pull on your weapon." 19 Ken takes your weapon and checks the trigger pull. He then hands it back to you and says... 20 "OK Bonds. Pick any open booth and obey all safety regulations while in the range." 21 Mills continues, "When you're ready, you can fire at will, and don't forget to see me for a new supply of ammo before leaving." 22 "Thank you." 23 "Here you are," Ken says,"one pair of ear protectors. Just return them when you're through. " 24 You have them. 25 You are not close enough to the weapons officer. 26 You don't have any ammo clips with you. 27 Ken says, "Use up your old ammo first." 28 "Ok, Bonds," says Mills, "here's one full clip of fresh ammo." 29 "Ok, Bonds," says Mills, "Here's two full clips of fresh ammo." 30 You should put on the ear protectors when you enter the booth. 31 You don't have them. 32 You're not wearing ear protectors. 33 OK 34 You experience excruciating pain. 35 As you pass out from loss of blood, you realize your error. 36 A foot is a terrible thing to waste. Next time, draw your weapon fully before firing it. 37 You should protect your ears. 38 FORGIVE ME FOR SHOUTING, BUT FAILURE TO USE EAR PROTECTORS HAS CAUSED SEVERE HEARING IMPAIRMENT. YOUR MEAGER DISABILITY PENSION IS SORRY COMPENSATION FOR THE CONSTANT RINGING IN YOUR EARS. 39 You replace the old target with a new one from the shelf below the counter. 40 Practice your quick-draw later, Sonny; this is TARGET practice! 41 CLICK! 42 You had better bring the target up before it's so full of holes you can't tell them apart. 43 No fair! ANYBODY could hit it at this distance. 44 A shelf beneath the table holds extra targets. The target is positioned by the buttons on the left wall. 45 The shelf has extra targets on it. 46 Your gun is raised. 47 Wait a while. 48 Your gun is lowered. 49 The target is too far away. 50 The target shows the accepted "kill" areas of the torso. 51 You should replace the target and shoot again. 52 You missed the target completely, so you cannot tell how good your gun is sighted. 53 Your sights are properly aligned. 54 Your gun is shooting high%s. 55 Your gun is shooting low%s. 56 Your gun is shooting to the %s. 57 There are two buttons on the wall of the booth. One is labeled 'VIEW', and the other is labeled 'BACK'. 58 With what? The barrel of your gun? Lower your weapon first. 59 This is as close as the target gets. 60 The target is as far back as it will go. 61 Lower your weapon first. 62 You had better replace the old target with a new one first. 63 Which button do you want to push? 64 You can't change the target while it is back there. 65 That would make it too easy. 66 Lower your gun first. 67 You are wearing them. 68 You are not wearing ear protectors.

12.txtEdit

0 I gotta go. Bye. 1 See you later. Bye. 2 Bye. 3 Number to dial: (ESC to hang up) (xxx-xxxx) or (xxx-xxx-xxxx) 4 Please use the proper format: (xxx-xxx-xxxx) or (xxx-xxxx) 5 You do not need to put a '1' first. 6 I'm sorry but we are unable to come to the phone at this time... 7 Our specials are: Lobster $16.00, Prime Rib $8.00, Meatloaf $5.00. For reservations call, 555-2222. 8 I'm sorry but that number has been temporarily disconnected. 9 The phone is busy. Unfortunately the BBS is so popular that we need more than 16 phone lines. 10 But try again in a few minutes, and you might get through. 11 You hear a high-pitched noise. 12 Unfortunately, since a modem is not connected to your phone nothing happens. 13 But call this number with a real modem and you can get information about Sierra products and even download Sierra demos. 14 Please enter a number. 15 City, please. 16 Name, please. 17 A full name is necessary for proper lookup. 18 I'm sorry, but we don't show a listing by that name. 19 I'm sorry, that information is not available from this information service. 20 If you need more assistance, please call 555-0001 21 The number is...555-5432. 22 The number is...555-4169. 23 The number is...555-3344. 24 The number is...555-8723. 25 The number is...555-1699. 26 The number is...555-2052. 27 The number is...555-4495. 28 The number is...(407) 555-2677. 29 The number is...(407) 555-6844. 30 The number for their customer support line is...(209) 683-6858. 31 The number for their BBS line is...(209) 683-4463. 32 Hello. 33 What do you want? 34 Hello, this is Detective Bonds from the Lytton Police Department. 35 Who are you? 36 Jessie Bains, has escaped from the Lytton jail. You'd better be on the lookout for him, because he's been getting rid of anyone who helped put him behind bars. 37 That's kind of hard to believe. I'm in Steelton though, under a witness protection program, so I'm not worried. 38 Well, I gotta go. 39 You tell Colby about the weather in Steelton. 40 Things here in Lytton are going ok. 41 Who is this? 42 I don't care. 43 Big deal. 44 I don't find that very interesting. 45 I don't have time to chat with you. 46 Oh, Sonny. I see you got my message! 47 When you get off work, meet me at Arnie's, OK? 48 I'll be waiting, Sonny. See you in a little while. Bye now. 49 Hi Marie, this is Sonny. 50 What's wrong, Sonny? You seem to be in a bad mood. Well, I guess I'll go alone. 51 Huh? 52 What are you talking about, Sonny? 53 So are you gonna meet me at Arnies? 54 Hello, Steelton Police Department. Lieutenant Miller speaking. 55 This is Detective Sonny Bonds from Lytton PD. 56 Hello, Detective Bonds. Is there something I can do for you? 57 What are you talking about? 58 Who is this? What are you talking about? 59 Yeah, Bonds, I got your message. We have put the phone tap on Colby's phone. 60 Thanks and bye. 61 Jessie Bains escaped jail yesterday and has gone on a rampage, killing anyone who put him behind bars. 62 Donald Colby lives in Steelton now and could be the next victim. You should tap Colby's phone to see if Bains calls. 63 The phone tap is a good idea. Thanks a lot for the information. I'll see you later. 64 What is it? 65 Oh, OK, then why did you call? 66 How are things in Steelton? 67 They're fine, Bonds. I'm sorry but I don't have time for chit-chat. Bye. 68 So how is the weather in Steelton? 69 Well, Bonds, I don't mean to be rude, but I've got more important things to discuss than the weather. 70 Lytton Police Department. Which division, please? 71 OK...wait one minute. 72 You have a feeling that somehow you were forgotten. 73 No one is listening to you. 74 I'm sorry, but that line is busy. 75 I'm sorry, but there isn't any answer. 76 Would you like to hold? 77 Ok, goodbye. 78 I'm sorry, but that department is not available. 79 Hello. This is Sierra On-Line's customer support. 80 May I help you? 81 You don't think this program is that sophisticated... to have a whole customer support within the game. 82 If you want the real customer support use a real phone. 83 Hi. This is Al; Al Lowe. 84 Well, hello Sonny Bonds. I don't know how you got me -- must have been a bad connection. But since you sound like a potential customer, let me tell you about a new game out. 85 I just finished a great game called Leisure Suit Larry Goes Looking For Love in Several Wrong Places (LL2 for short). 86 You'll love becoming Larry Laffer, who's a little bit like us all - a jerk, a nerd, and a loser. 87 But you can help Larry improve his self-esteem by finding the girl of his dreams. 88 So how does it sound? 89 Well go to the nearest software store and buy a copy - the funniest and funnest game I've ever played - and I'm sure you'll like it just as much as I do. 90 If this sounds like a promo, it is. But then why else did you call me? 91 Please note, though, that Leisure Suit Larry is NOT, I repeat NOT, based on my own personal experience. 92 I gotta go now. I'm working on my new game "Leisure Suit Larry III featuring Polyester Patty." 93 Oh, and by the way,"Have a nice day." 94 Well too bad because everyone else likes it. 95 So just go ahead, and make my day. 96 Well, I'm outta here. 97 Hhhhhhhhh 98 You #$!@%#@. What the #$@% do you want? 99 Yo. Whadd'ya want? 100 You @#@$%&*#$@%ing piece of crap! Don't you ever call me again! 101 Uh. Yea sure. Right on dude. 102 I am your worst nightmare, dude and I know where you live. 103 Same to you, buddy. 104 The phone is busy. 105 You suspect no one is there and hang up. 106 ....We're sorry. That number cannot be completed as dialed. Please try again. 107 CLICK 108 %c 109 Enter input: (ESC to disconnect)

13.txtEdit

0 OK, we're getting out. 1 Wait until the car has stopped moving. 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- 3 "What do you want me to tell dispatch, Sonny?" 4 Keith blurts out..."Stop daydreaming and drive somewhere, partner!" 5 Keith pipes up, "Well, buddy-boy, let's get this show on the road!" 6 You don't need your gun in the car. Keith's friendly. 7 Keith nods. 8 The needle is stuck on 'F'. 9 The grocery list is Keith's. It has only one item: "cigarettes". 10 The old V8 engine is running a little rough. 11 The car's engine is off. 12 It would probably be a good idea to wait until you've arrived. 13 Keith keeps a carton of cigarettes in the glovebox. He doesn't like anyone messing with his 'stash'. 14 You don't need the siren right now. 15 The light is for night work. 16 Your speedometer indicates you're within the local 35 mph speed limit. 17 You're getting nowhere fast. 18 You see an adventure gamer looking over your shoulder. 19 The light is for night work, and has a shade to avoid detection during stake-outs. 20 The ash tray is full of Keith's smelly old butts. You really should clean it out, but not right now. 21 Outside the car's window, you see... 22 ... the streets of Lytton as they fly by. 23 ... the newly built Lytton Airport parking lot and terminal building. 24 Snuggler's Inn. Sleazy and cheap, it's a motel for the down-and-out. 25 Arnie's restaurant. Their food is good, and the service is adequate. 26 Oak Tree Mall. This is Lytton's major shopping area. 27 Cotton Cove. It's a poorly-kept-up park. It holds many fond memories from your youth. 28 ... the underground parking structure of the new Lytton Justice Building. The city jail's entrance is nearby. 29 ... a typical American neighborhood. You're parked in front of Marie Wilkan's house. 30 ... the warehouse district. A lot goes down around here, free from prying eyes. 31 ... the Lytton Police Station and parking lot. The detective's entrance is nearby. 32 nothing mutch. 33 That's good driving practice. Tail-gaters can be dangerous. 34 The dashboard is cluttered with various necessary items: police radio, note pad, reading light, and Keith's pack of cigarettes. 35 The police radio scans the emergency frequencies, constantly in search of new developments. 36 The note on the dashboard is from three days ago. It's an old grocery list. 37 You read: "SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Smoking Causes Lung Cancer, Heart Disease, Emphysema, And May Complicate Pregnancy." 38 You can't see much from inside the car. 39 You're behind the wheel of an unmarked police cruiser. Your partner, Keith, is puffing away on a cigarette. 40 Good idea. Safety first. 41 Keith keeps the police scanner on at all times. 42 You listen intently to the radio traffic. It takes practice to pick out the important calls. 43 I'm sure Officer Gelepsi has radioed the shooting in already. 44 After requesting an APB on Bains' rental car, Keith says, "We'll get him now, Sonny!" 45 Keith informs dispatch of your current 10-20 and situation. 46 Keith looks confused. "But, we don't have anything new to report, Sonny." 47 To drive somewhere, type: "drive to (destination)" 48 You need the correct key to operate this car. 49 You're already going there. 50 You're already there. 51 Keith looks even more confused than usual and says, "There aren't any murders pending, Sonny." 52 You have hotter leads to follow. 53 Lytton has seen many businesses fail in the last year... and that was one of them. 54 That's a great place, but it's too far to drive there right now. 55 You don't need to drive there. 56 Where to? 57 Keith looks at you skeptically. "How are we going to do THAT, partner? Do YOU see that rat somewhere around here?" 58 While driving to jail, Keith comments to you..."Sonny, this escape has got to be a real nightmare for you." 59 "On the other hand," he continues, "it must be a super nightmare for that poor correctional officer." 60 "Well, partner," Keith says, "I guess this means the s#!* has hit the fan." 61 "I sure hope Bains lets that correctional officer go unhurt." 62 "Ole Oak Tree Mall! Boy, do I know that place well. My wife spends half my paycheck there." 63 "Mercy, mercy! We almost had that bulldog for a hood ornament." 64 Keith comments..."Can you believe the cars they give us to drive these days? I think I can get better acceleration from my ten-speed bike." 65 "Ok Sonny, I'll give you two-to-one odds for fifty cents that the jogger's a dude... yes or no?" 66 67 Keith says..."You're on, buddy." 68 "You little wimp!" Keith grunts, disgustedly. 69 With excitement in his voice, Keith speaks into the mike... "Dispatch...53mary2 with emergency traffic!." 70 Dispatch booms back..."All units hold your traffic...I have emergency traffic from 53mary2..." 71 Dispatch continues..."53mary2, go ahead with your emergency traffic." 72 Screaming into the mike Keith says..."Dispatch...53mary2. We have just been ambushed at Cotton Cove by suspect Bains..." 73 Continuing..."Suspect last seen northbound on Clearwater Drive at a high rate of speed...Be advised, we do not have him in sight..." 74 Dispatch acknowledges your traffic. "53mary2... 10-4...Do you have a description of the suspect vehicle?..." 75 "...and advise injury status from ambush." 76 Almost out of breath, Keith answers..."Dispatch...53mary2... negative injury to personnel..." 77 "...suspect vehicle matches description of vehicle stolen from Oak Tree Mall." 78 "10-4...Attention all units...per 53mary2...be on the lookout for a stolen 1986 compact black station wagon..." 79 "Suspect vehicle last seen northbound on Clearwater Drive at a high rate of speed..." 80 "Break." 81 "Suspect vehicle has partial plate #C035...Be advised - the driver, Jessie Bains, just ambushed mary2 at Cotton Cove." 82 "The mary unit has lost sight of vehicle... caution...suspect is armed and dangerous...all units acknowledge." 83 As other units acknowledge the emergency traffic, Keith says, "We might as well back out of it, Sonny. Looks like we lost the &!*@#*$!" 84 As other units acknowledge the emergency traffic, Keith says, "We might as well stay here, Sonny. Looks like the &!*@#*$! is loooong gone." 85 Captain Fletcher Hall comes on the air, car-to-car... "53mary2...53mary1 bye." 86 Breathing normally, Keith presses the mike button and answers... "Go ahead, Captain. This is 53mary2." 87 "10-4. Have you overtaken the suspect vehicle, or do you have him in sight?" 88 "Negative," Keith answers. 89 "10-4... 10-22 the pursuit. Return to Cotton Cove and complete the investigation there. Every other unit will continue the search...10-4?" 90 Keith speaks up..."10-4, Captain..." 91 "Well," Keith says..."you heard the man." 92 Keith nods. "I'll notify Dispatch." 93 "Dispatch," Keith says, more calmly now, "53mary2... we are 10-22 on pursuit of Bains' vehicle. 10-97 to %s." 94 As you drive toward %s, Dispatch brings the radio alive with information from a unit in pursuit. 95 "Attention all units...be advised 53-10 is in pursuit of fugitive suspect Bains..." 96 "...The current 10-20 is northbound on Second Street in the vicinity of the airport." 97 "53-10 is requesting assistance and advises that he's losing suspect in heavy traffic...any unit responding acknowledge..." 98 Just then, Keith jumps into the middle of things... "Dispatch, 53Mary2...be advised we are responding to 53-10's 10-20, code 2." 99 Dispatch confirms your traffic as you respond toward the pursuit. "Copy, 53Mary2." 100 As you continue to respond, 53-10 comes on the air again... "Dispatch, 53-10...I...I lost suspect in heavy traffic." 101 "53-10, 10-4." Dispatch answers..."Confirm last known 10-20 of suspect vehicle..." 102 You listen attentively as the 53-10 unit answers... "Suspect vehicle last seen in vicinity of airport." 103 "I can't believe it!" Keith shouts, "How could he lose him?" 104 "Dispatch, 53Mary2... request a check be made on license number C035609." 105 "53Mary2...be advised your plate number matches that of the vehicle stolen from the mall." 106 Continuing..."VIN number, S1234T10 should match..." 107 "Attention all units," she says, "10-22 looking for suspect vehicle...53Mary2 has it located." 108 "Dispatch, 53Mary2... request a check be made on hand gun, serial number SW5557763. 109 "53Mary2...be advised your number comes back to a 4-inch K-38 Smith and Wesson, registered to Luis Pate.." 110 "Well, Sonny, I guess we should get back and book this evidence." 111 On your way back to the office, Keith says..."Man, that punk Bains is a slick rat, isn't he?" 112 Keith sniffs the air and says, "Gracious me, buddy boy! You've got the car smelling like a rose garden." 113 "Whatcha gonna do with that foilage?" Keith asks. 114 Keith comments..."I thought you two were getting a little serious. I guess I was right." 115 "Boy!" Keith comments. "After yesterday, I was hoping for a slow day." 116 "I'll advise Dispatch," Keith says, grabbing the mike... "Dispatch...53Mary2... we're responding to 753 Third Street for follow up." 117 Dispatch responds..."10-4... 53Mary2 rolling to 753 Third St for 187 follow up." 118 "I think we may be getting somewhere, partner," Keith says. 119 "We'd better watch our butts when we get there." 120 "I hope this lead isn't a dead end." 121 Keith keys the mike and informs Dispatch of the bad news. 122 "Dispatch...53Mary2...We are 10-8 in route to office. Be advised we have found signs of struggle." 123 "It appears the occupant of the house, one Marie Wilkans has been kidnapped. Please advise the Captain." 124 "53Mary2..We copied the possible 207 kidnap, and will 10-5 the information to 53Mary1." 125 Keith manages an encouraging smile. "We'll get her back, Sonny." 126 "Dispatch...53Mary2...we are 10-6, enroute to airport." 127 "53Mary2 10-4. Copied 10-6 enroute to airport." 128 "Well, ole buddy, ole pal!" Keith says..." Here's hoping we make it back alive." 129 "I don't care what you say." Keith says..."I'm having another cigarette before I board that plane." 130 "Dispatch...53Mary2." Keith says.."We are 10-7 at the airport and will see you when we get home." 131 You listen as the radio comes alive with your call number... "53mary2, Dispatch...we have further traffic for you." 132 Keith grabs the mike and answers... "Dispatch...53mary2. Go ahead with your traffic." 133 "53mary2, 10-4" dispatch continues..."Traffic Officer Haines has located a vehicle belonging to the correctional officer at Oak Tree Mall." 134 Continuing, "Per Captain Hall, respond to that 10-20 and 11-98 with Officer Haines...Dispatch clear." 135 After acknowledging the radio call, Keith mumbles to you, "Well, you heard it, big boy. Let's roll!" 136 As you drive along, mulling over your thoughts, a call from Dispatch breaks the silence..."53mary2...Dispatch..." 137 Keith keys the mike... "Dispatch...53mary2. Go ahead..." 138 "Respond to Cotton Cove...see the jogger standing by at the phone booth." 139 Dispatch continues..."Jogger has info of possible foul play... Be advised I have one traffic unit responding." 140 Keith keys the mike... "Dispatch...53mary2 copied." 141 "Great," Keith mutters, "Let's go watch jets take off and land." 142 "Say, that's Snuggler's Inn. It's a nice motel...uh...I've never actually BEEN there of course..." 143 "Finally, something to eat!" grunts Keith. 144 "Shopping early for Christmas?" Keith jokes. 145 "Maybe we should bring a picnic lunch?" Keith suggests sarcastically. 146 "Yeah," grunts Keith. "Let's see if they've managed to keep any bad guys in." 147 "I'm sure there's nothing to worry about, Sonny. But let's not waste any time!" 148 "Hey, are you sure you two wouldn't rather be alone?" 149 Keith frowns. "OK," he says, "I have mucho paper work to finish." 150 Keith pipes up: "Let's go roust some bag ladies, eh Sonny?" 151 Dispatch comes on the air and responds... "53mary2...10-4. Dispatch copies 10-8 from %s." 152 Keith keys the mike..."Dispatch...53mary2. Be advised we are enroute to %s." 153 Dispatch answers..."53mary2...10-4. We copy you are enroute to %s." 154 Dispatch responds..."53mary2...10-4. Dispatch copies 10-97 %s." 155 Keith keys the mike. "Dispatch... 53Mary2. Be advised that suspect Bains may be in possession of the correctional officer's gun." 156 "10-4, 53Mary2." Dispatch crackles back. "Attention all units..." 157 "Update on jail break...per 53mary2, Jessie Bains may now be armed with the correctional officer's gun...approach with caution." 158 Keith advises dispatch of the stolen car information and requests notification to all units. 159 "53mary2...10-4." 160 "Attention all units!" Dispatch transmits..."Be on the lookout for one black 1986 4-door mid-size station wagon stolen from Oak Tree Mall. A partial plate of C035 was given." 161 Keith grabs the mike... "Dispatch.. 53Mary2 requesting the coroner at our 10-20..." 162 Dispatch answers, "10-4, 53Mary2. Be advised... the coroner will be dispatched to your 10-20 when available." 163 "Dispatch.. 53Mary2 requesting one search warrant for room #108, at our 10-20." 164 "10-4, 53Mary2. Be advised...a search warrant will be obtained and delivered to your 10-20." 165 Keith grabs the mike... "Dispatch.. 53Mary2 requesting backup at our 10-20..." 166 Dispatch answers... "10-4, 53Mary2. Be advised...a support team has been dispatched to your 10-20." 167 "53Mary2," you hear the radio crackle. I have traffic for you from 53Mary1." 168 "Where are you, Bonds!?" You cringe at Captain Fletcher Hall's angry tone of voice. 169 "You haven't followed your orders. Get back here NOW!!" 170 "You can't just go wherever, whenever you please. Get back here NOW!" 171 After acknowledging the transmission, Keith says, "Wow, Sonny. I've never heard Fletch so mad at you before." 172 "We'd better show some results soon, or he'll have our badges!" 173 "You'd better get back and report in, Sonny." 174 Keith, as usual, takes in a big puff before responding. 175 Keith takes another deep draft from his cigarette... 176 "You don't care if I smoke in the car, do you partner?" 177 "Did I ever tell you... my wife thinks I smoke too much, but you don't... DO you?" 178 "You know, Sonny, some crazies are trying to ban smoking, but it doesn't bother you, does it?" 179 "You're always bugging me about my smoking, Sonny, but I know you're not serious, are you?" 180 "Thanks, partner." 181 "You're not one of those commie-neo-fascists who want to ban smoking, ARE you, Sonny?!" 182 "I can't BELIEVE you can even SMELL my smoke WAY over THERE!!" 183 "How 'bout if I just open the window? I'll do that for you..." 184 "Hey! I don't complain about YOUR habits, DO I?" 185 "I can quit... ANYtime. Just... well... not in the middle of a mess like this!" 186 "OK, Sonny. You've convinced me. I'll quit smoking, RIGHT after we catch Bains. Yessir. AB-SO-LUTE-LY!" 187 "You know, they've never ACTUALLY, SCIENTIFICALLY proven that cigarette smoking causes cancer in people named Keith (Ha Ha)." 188 "How about if I just smoke this one. Then I'll stop for the WHOLE DAY! OK? Thanks, partner. I owe you one." 189 "No foolin'? I never knew my smoking REALLY bothered you! I thought you were just kidding me. You're a real kidder, Sonny, and a GREAT partner, too." 190 "I'd quit smoking, but I've invested SO much into cigarettes over the years, I'd hate to see it all go up in smoke! (ha ha ha)" 191 "Well, I never thought I'd see the day when Sonny Bonds would infringe upon the CONSTITUTIONAL rights of his very own PARTNER!" 192 "Smoking helps me think. Sherlock Holmes wouldn't have been able to deduce Watson's hat size without his pipe!" 193 "I'll just inhale all the smoke and keep it in my lungs. OK? OK!" 194 "I don't know what you're complaining about! I filter the smoke with my lungs first, you know." 195 "How many times have I saved your life, huh partner? And now... now, when I need a little consideration from you, you turn on me." 196 "Well, if I didn't smoke, we'd BOTH be nervous wrecks! One of us has to keep his mental faculties sharp."

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0 "If you're going to check the airport," Keith says to you, "I'll stay here and see what I can find." 1 "I'll let dispatch know we've located the car, and have them send a tow truck," suggests Keith. 2 You seem to have lost track of Keith, somehow. 3 You don't want to get lost in a sea of cars. 4 You can't seem to find any clues in this area. 5 Finding yourself lost in a sea of cars, you decide to make your way back...if you can!? 6 We're about to file a missing person's report on you! 7 Are you having fun? Send a post card - we miss you. 8 Enthusiastically, Keith says "Yep, Sonny! We'll get that *#!*? Bains now!" 9 Keith suggests, "Sonny, we'd better get going!" 10 Keith says, "Well, let's do something, Sonny." 11 Keith snorts; "While you were wasting time in the airport, I located that car stolen from the shopping center." 12 Continuing, Keith says..."The tow truck has already come and towed it away." 13 Keith must still be wandering around the parking lot looking for Bains' car. 14 "Go on ahead," Keith says. "I'll take care of business here." 15 "While you were gone, I had dispatch send a tow truck. It's already taken the stolen car away." 16 "While you were gone, they came and towed the stolen car away," Keith informs you. 17 "Well it's about time you got back," Keith grunts. "Let's roll!" 18 All the doors here are closed. 19 You're not close enough to an open trunk. 20 You are just outside the new Lytton Airport. The hustle and bustle makes LAX look small-time. 21 A short distance away you see the entrance to the airport. 22 You see a variety of automobiles parked in the lot. 23 Looking around, you become alerted to the fact that you're standing in the parking lot of "Lytton Municipal Airport." 24 In the tower, the air traffic controllers are busy directing airline traffic. 25 The wind sock blows in the direction of the wind. 26 You're definitely in the right place if you like to look at airplanes. 27 You see blue sky with patchy clouds. Several planes circle, waiting to land. 28 They're up there. all right! 29 They're across the street, in front of the terminal. 30 Vehicle identification numbers are usually found inside the vehicle. 31 You hate to get your clean pants greasy. 32 Nothing but pavement. 33 The black car appears to match the description of the stolen car. 34 Just another car. 35 So far, you don't see a car that matches the description of the stolen car. 36 You have identified the black car as the stolen car. 37 They're nice automobiles, all right. 38 The black car's rear plate is missing. 39 As you look at black car's license plate number, "C035609", you think to yourself..."Man, this one rings a bell." 40 "Hey!" Keith shouts. "That's the car! Bains has to be around here somewhere." 41 From where you're standing, you see nothing out of the ordinary about the plates on the cars in the lot. 42 They're all from different states. None of the plate numbers or vehicles appear to offer a clue. 43 Go on! Get out and look around first. 44 Get in your car first. 45 You place your field kit inside the trunk. 46 You don't have the field kit. 47 Open the trunk first. 48 You're not close enough to your car's trunk. 49 You take your field kit from the trunk. 50 The field kit is not in the trunk. 51 OK. It's unlocked. 52 The door is already unlocked. 53 You need a key to unlock this door. 54 You're not close enough. 55 OK. It's locked. 56 You don't have the key. 57 The door is already locked. 58 It's already open. 59 You need a key to open this trunk. 60 You'd better not open anybody else's trunk. 61 Your car's "hatch-back" hasn't worked since its warranty expired. 62 It's already closed. 63 You open the car door and look inside. 64 The driver's door appears to be jammed shut. The passenger door might work. 65 You begin to search frantically until you realize that you're searching your own vehicle! 66 Without a warrant or probable cause, a vehicle search would be considered breaking and entering. 67 Keith says..."Let's check out the parking lot, Sonny." 68 "I'll look over here." 69 "Why don't you go check out the terminal building? I'll wait here for the tow truck." 70 Keith whines, "I forgot to pack my toothbrush!" 71 Keith asks, "What are we doing here, anyway?" 72 Keith yells: "Hey, wait for me, Sonny!" 73 Opening another car's door without probable cause would be breaking and entering. 74 You're not close enough to your car door. 75 Your car door is locked 76 Close the trunk first. 77 You should put your field kit in the trunk first.

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0 Although it occurs to you that you could easily walk around the airport, you decide to stick to the business at hand. 1 Gee, that taxi cab was SPEEDING! You'd better get up and give him a ticket, Sonny. Sonny? SONNY!? 2 My, My! 3 Didja see that? 4 They won't let you have it. 5 Get closer. 6 A crosswalk is painted on the street near the front entrance of the airport. 7 The box is equipped with a button....that's all. 8 Because of the reflective coating on the windows, you can't see through them. 9 At the moment, a couple of people are sitting on a bench in front of the building entrance. One of them is reading the Lytton Tribune. The other one, too cheap to buy his own paper, is reading over his shoulder. 10 It's a concrete bus stop bench with advertising on it. 11 The people are sitting in front of the advertising on the bench. 12 OK. 13 It shelters the entrance and provides some decoration. 14 There's nothing down there. 15 Looking at the license, you can see that the registration's expired. 16 It's blue, just like yours! 17 It's one of those automatic sliding doors. 18 The sign above the entrance says...in HUGE letters..."LYTTON AIRPORT." 19 The sign above the bench tells you which buses stop here. 20 You look up as yet another airliner roars above your head. 21 Your shoes need polishing. 22 The new Lytton Airport is an awe-inspiring sight. Jets and small private aircraft take off and land with dizzying frequency. You are impressed!! 23 You see a "signal control box" attached to the light pole. 24 You see a "signal control box" attached to the traffic light. 25 The button on the post is labeled: 'WALK'. 26 There is a button on the post. 27 "I have some lovely flowers...." the flower girl says. "Single roses, a bouquet of carnations....even some easy-to-care-for potted plants. You'll get a big kiss if you give these to your girl!" 28 Someone is coming to show you flowers. 29 She's off to find another customer. 30 She's large and lovely! 31 She's not here. 32 "Nope. Never saw the guy." 33 No one can see the mug shot. 34 What flowers? Where? 35 She won't just GIVE flowers to you. You have to BUY them. 36 You can't get flowers right now. 37 Just like perfume. 38 You should buy one so that you can smell it. 39 Not NOW! 40 Simultaneously, both men say: "HE did it!" 41 She says, "Well...I bet even cops like flowers!" 42 Nobody's close enough to see your badge. 43 You've done it now, Sonny! She's not coming back. 44 Huh? 45 You're a Homicide Detective, not a meter maid. 46 Here we go. 47 There's never one around when you need one. 48 Not a one in sight. 49 You have better things to do, and besides, those guys on the bench seem to want it all to themselves. 50 What kind of cop are you?? That's NOT your car!! 51 C'mon, Sonny! Expired registration is no reason to seek a search warrant! 52 The airport door is automatic. Just step in. 53 And you'll be breaking the law! 54 "Great!" she says. "Which ones do you want?" 55 There are none available at this moment. 56 I'm sorry, sir. The yellow flowers have wilted. Perhaps you'd like something else. 57 Which ones? I have roses and carnations. 58 "Thank you, sir." she says. "It's a beautiful rose! That will be $2.00 please." 59 You pay the young lady and send her on her way. 60 Have you checked your money clip lately? You can't afford this! 61 Where's your money? 62 "I'm sorry, sir." she says. "That was my last one. Is there something else you'd like?" 63 You already bought it. 64 "Thank you, sir." she says. "It's a beautiful bouquet! That will be $15.00 please." 65 "Thank you, sir." she says. "It's a beautiful plant! That will be $7.00 please." 66 You push the button activating the traffic control light. You can now safely cross the street. 67 You're not close enough to the button. 68 The man reading the paper says, "Get outta here, pal! I'm trying to find out if my horse won." 69 The other guy says "Yeah! Me too!" 70 You can't be heard over the airport noise. 71 What girl? Where? 72 The girl says, "The single roses are $2.00, the bouquets are $15.00, and the beautiful potted plants are only $7.00." 73 You can't buy anything right now. 74 You've already bought something. You'd better watch your cash flow situation. 75 Choose a posie to purchase. 76 There's nothing to pay for right now. 77 OK, yes...what?? 78 "Okay. Maybe some other time, sugar." 79 The young lady thanks you as she walks away. You then hear her mumble under her breath. "Cheapskate." 80 No...what?? 81 "Around here," she says, "they call me Wired Wanda." 82 Wait a minute! 83 Embarrassed, she turns three shades of red and says..."No, thank you." 84 Boy! You just can't wait, can you? 85 Too late! 86 Too bad! She's not here. 87 Obviously upset she says..."Listen super stud! Any more talk like that and you'll be eating rose stems." 88 You could get slapped that way. 89 For selling flowers? 90 WATCH OUT, SONNY!!! 91 "Hey, big fella! Why don't you buy some flowers for your girlfriend?"

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0 You tell Keith that you've found the kidnapped jailer's revolver in the restroom toilet. 1 Keith congratulates you on your find and suggests that you take it back to the station and book it as evidence. 2 As you walk into the Men's Room, Keith says: "I'll wait for you out here." 3 You don't have a mug shot of Bains to show. 4 "Why, that looks just like my Cousin Rufus (minus the corncob pipe, of course). But why are you showing it to me?" 5 "Is that your brother? He looks sorta like you. Wait a minute, let me get my glasses....." 6 "I'm afraid I don't have the time or the inclination to look at pictures from your family album." 7 "Get lost, creep, and take your pictures with you." 8 "Why, yes..." says the agent. "I remember this guy. He bought a ticket from us recently. He seemed nervous or something." 9 "I'm sorry, Officer, but the face doesn't ring a bell at all. I wish I could be of more assistance." 10 Nobody can see the mug shot from where you're standing. 11 You can't see the flight info from where you are. 12 You're not looking at the monitors. 13 You see from the display that the next flight departs in 2 minutes, headed for Beirut. 14 You see from the display that there will be a flight to Houston shortly. 15 You see from the display that the vacation special to Coarsegold departs in seven or eight months. 16 You see from the display that there are several flights to Steelton today. 17 Go on in and look around. 18 You are inside the new Lytton Airport terminal building. People from all walks of life and all parts of the globe walk by. The little town of Lytton has entered the 20th century. You feel proud that your efforts have helped, even in a small way, to make Lytton a busy, prosperous city. 19 If you've seen one ceiling, you've seen 'em all. 20 The floor tile's shine is marred only by the smeared trail of some child's lost chocolate bar. 21 You look back out at the sidewalk in front of the airport entrance. 22 The runway's out there. 23 You're not looking at the window. 24 You can't see it from where you are. 25 You're not looking at the posters. 26 The posters say: "Visit beautiful COARSEGOLD!" 27 The briefcase appears to belong to the gentleman sitting down. 28 You're not close enough. 29 There are two agents behind the Iguana Airlines ticket counter. 30 The ticket agent returns your gaze. The lady traveler waits impatiently. 31 The agent meets your steady gaze with a smile. 32 The man sitting down looks terminally bored. 33 Just normal-looking airline passengers.... 34 The gentleman says "Hey, fella! What're you trying to do?" 35 There are lounge chairs for the convenience of weary travelers. There is an ashtray next to them. 36 On the wall hangs an abstract painting. 37 There are two ticket agents behind the ticket counter. 38 This abstract painting, entitled "After the Dust Settles", was created by "Vu", our very favorite computer artist. 39 Nasty-looking things. Some of 'em have lipstick on them. 40 It's a velveteen braided rope similar to the ones found in some movie theaters. 41 You look, and all you see are nasty old butts. 42 No one near you has any of that information. 43 "I'm sorry sir," explains the ticket agent, "but the passenger list is confidential information." 44 Not one of your best ideas, Sonny. 45 Hi there! 46 So long! 47 Yes...what?? 48 No...what?? 49 That would be an entirely unprofessional and inappropriate action at this moment. 50 The one on the floor?? Y-E-C-C-C-H-H-H-H!! 51 It's on its way to the plane. 52 You have it. 53 You can't get it here. 54 "Hey, buddy!! What do you think you're doing??" 55 That's uncalled for. 56 You're not weary or tired enough to sit down. 57 What for? 58 You're a homicide detective....not an art collector. 59 Not very sanitary. 60 Huh? 61 It sure looks like you're trying to talk to the woman ticket agent. 62 The agent looks at you, pauses, and looks down at some paperwork. 63 Nobody can hear you from over there. 64 This person seems to have just arrived from France. You hear, "Je ne parle pas anglais." 65 No one seems to be listening to you. 66 "Excuse me, but don't you have a flight to catch?" 67 She glares at you, obviously upset, but says nothing. 68 She can't hear you. 69 They're doing their best to ignore you. 70 The men in the center of the lobby are talking among themselves. 71 The agent says, "Please, wait your turn!" 72 The agent says, "Yes, officer, what do you want?" 73 "May I help you, sir?" asks the ticket agent. 74 The ticket agent snaps at you, "Wait your turn, Mister! This lady was ahead of you." 75 The ticket agents can't hear you from over there. 76 You don't have your identification with you. 77 What is this....a shakedown? 78 Nobody can see your badge from over there, and besides, what's your purpose? 79 "Who's Bains??" 80 "Would you please step around to the front of the counter, Sir?" 81 After asking for a flight to Beirut, you think..."Hey, Sonny, are you out of your ever-lovin' mind??? That's no place to visit right now!" 82 "Your ticket to Coarsegold will be $195.00, please." 83 "I'm sorry Sir. We don't have any flights to that location." 84 "Would you please be more specific, Sir?" 85 With what? Good looks? 86 "I'm awfully busy, Officer. Would you see the next agent please?" 87 "I'm sorry, Sir. The telephone is for our use only." 88 "Would you step around to the side of the counter, Officer?" 89 "Certainly, Officer!" 90 There doesn't seem to be a pay phone. Perhaps one of the ticket agents will let you use their phone. 91 The ticket agent hands you a list of flights and passengers and says, "Here you are, officer." 92 You carefully look over the list but nothing rings a bell. 93 Carefully scanning the passenger list, a name catches your eye. "Luis Pate." 94 You blurt out to the agent, "Luis Pate....that's the jailer's name! Bains is using the jailer's ID!" 95 "The destination listed is Houston." 96 The ticket agent advises you that the Houston flight departed approximately 20 minutes ago. 97 The agent informs you..."I'm sorry, but there are no more Houston flights today." 98 "However," she continues, "there is a connecting flight to Denver leaving shortly." 99 You already have your ticket to Houston. 100 You already tried to go to Houston. The Captain would not authorize another flight. 101 "Yes, Sir," the agent says, "we have been given authorization by the Police Department to get both of you onto the connecting flight for Houston." 102 "Here are your tickets, gentlemen. The flight will be boarding at Gate 12, up the escalator and to your right." 103 You trade in your unused ticket to Steelton for a ticket to Houston. 104 "Your ticket to Houston will be $195.00, please." 105 You look at the folding cash in your money clip, and you know beyond the shadow of a doubt that you'll never board that flight for Houston if you have to pay for it yourself. 106 You already have your ticket to Steelton. 107 "Yes, Sir," the agent says, "we have been given authorization by the Police Department to get both of you onto the next flight for Steelton." 108 "You check your field kit onto the Steelton flight. 109 You trade in your unused ticket to Houston for a ticket to Steelton. 110 "Your ticket to Steelton will be $160.00, please." 111 You look at the folding cash in your money clip, and you know beyond the shadow of a doubt that you'll never board that flight for Steelton if you have to pay for it yourself. 112 You dig into your money clip, but you can't come up with enough for the ticket. "Oh, well," you think, "It's not the right season to visit Coarsegold anyway!" 113 Here comes Keith. 114 Keith says, "Well, old buddy...while you were in here wondering what to do, I managed to find Bains stolen car out there in the parking lot." 115 "I've already notified dispatch, and they've towed it on down to the impound lot." 116 "Anyway, what have you found out?" 117 Keith says, "Well, old buddy...while you were in here wondering what to do, I managed to notify dispatch, and they've towed that stolen car on down to the impound lot." 118 Keith says, "Well old buddy...I couldn't find anything else out there. They've towed the stolen car away. Anything happening in here?" 119 You tell Keith that you found Luis Pate's name on a list of passengers for a Houston flight. 120 "It HAS to be Bains that bought that ticket!" you tell Keith. "He must've used Pate's identification." 121 Keith jumps in, saying "Hey, Sonny, put your wallet away! Let me call Captain Hall for authorization to purchase tickets." 122 Keith shows his badge to the ticket agent and requests permission to use the desk phone. 123 As Keith calls to arrange for the purchase of your tickets, your mind works furiously as you try to put together all the pieces of information you've gathered in the course of your investigation. 124 "Hey, man," Keith tells you, "it's all set. Fletch has a purchase order for our tickets, and he's getting it cleared with the ticket agent right now." 125 "And Sonny," Keith says, "the Captain suggests that you call Steelton Police and have them warn Colby that Bains is loose." 126 "Hey, man," Keith tells you, "Fletch said that we don't have near enough evidence booked to justify authorization from him to go flying off anywhere." 127 "I guess we'll just have to continue our investigation right here in Lytton." 128 You pick up the phone.

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0 There's nothing to be seen back here. 1 When you were a kid, it was fun to go up the down escalator, but now you realize that it could be dangerous, so you back off. 2 In big letters, the rental agency's name is 'SIVA'. 3 The usual advertisement posters, rate schedules, and rules and regulations. Nothing special. 4 Nothing unusual about it. You ride up one side, and down the other. 5 That's an escalator. 6 No problem with the lights. 7 You think to yourself, "Nice floor." 8 Through the window and across the street, the parking lot seems to go on forever. 9 You see an airliner parked in the passenger loading zone. 10 It's a velveteen braided rope similar to the ones found in some movie theaters. 11 Looking around you see see a car rental agency near the escalator. 12 He sure is scruffy-looking for a businessman. 13 The customer sure is a well-tailored fellow....Why, isn't that Donald Trump?!? 14 You look at nothing in particular. 15 The car rental agent kind of looks like your ex-girlfriend's husband. 16 There are two agents behind the counter at the Siva Car Rental agency. 17 The girl who works at at the car rental counter is pleasingly plump. 18 There are lots of cars outside. 19 No one can hear you from where you're standing. 20 "Is there anything in particular you wanted to talk about?" the rental agent says. 21 The suave-looking customer says, "Have you seen what I've done with Manhattan Island? It's pure quality...pure quality!" 22 These guys don't seem to be listening. 23 "Mmpf..spst..lousy connecting flights..spfts..call my boss.. grmbl..spft" the scruffy-looking man mutters under his breath. 24 You show your badge to the car rental agent, and she says... "Yes sir, Officer Bonds! What can I do for you?" 25 You show your badge to the car rental agent, and he says... "Yes sir, Officer Bonds! What can I do for you?" 26 "So you're a cop....ask me if I care! I'm too tired to care!" 27 No one can see your shield from where you're standing. 28 You don't have your identification with you. 29 You're losing it, friend. Better back off. 30 You have no reason to do that. Try to conduct yourself in a professional manner. 31 That's a good way for you to wind up making license plates. 32 Why in the world would you want to do that?? Your own car is outside. 33 You're very agreeable. 34 Probably not, huh. 35 Just thinking about Bains makes your blood boil. 36 "How may I help you?" asks the agent. 37 "We have wheels and we make deals," cracks the agent. 38 "We live up to our name!" says the agent in all seriousness. 39 The agent tells you: "We handle everything from bicycles to Mack trucks." 40 "We have the lowest prices in town. Of course, wheels are extra!" cracks the agent. 41 The agent pipes up, "At Siva rent-a-car, we try softer!" 42 The agent says, "I already showed you my list of rental customers, but if you insist....." 43 "Here you are, sir. Be my guest." 44 The Siva representative hands you his car rental agreements. 45 You carefully look over each car rental agreement, but you find nothing of interest. 46 Flashing a smile, the agent gives you her list of car rentals. 47 "Who do you think you are?" asks the agent. "We don't go around showing our rental agreements to people!" 48 The agent looks at the mug shot and says..."Matter of fact, I do remember renting a car to this guy." 49 You show the mug shot of Bains, and the agent says..."Nope, never seen the man before." 50 You don't have a mug shot of Bains to show. 51 The Siva rental agent says softly, "That's very nice, sir. Would you like to see a picture of my son?." 52 "Anytime, Officer. Glad to help." 53 "You're welcome, and remember: Siva tries softer!" 54 Looking at the rental agreements, you come across a familiar name...."Luis Pate." 55 You think to yourself: "That punk has rented a car using the jailer's ID. I'd better jot down the information." 56 You write down the vehicle information: 1988 green "CMG" sedan. License #C43256.

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0 Get closer to the rental agents so that they can see the mug shot. 1 Looking around, you see a car rental agency and not much else. 2 The car rental agency's name is "Top Hat." 3 CPA stands for "Cheap Prices Available." 4 The fine print says: "Our rental cars are for the birds...they're CHEEP!" 5 Nice ceiling. 6 Nice floor. 7 There are two turtle-looking agents behind the rental agency counter. 8 Top hats, of course! 9 There aren't any real turtles in here. 10 Turn around. 11 Through the window you see the airport tarmac. 12 Just a chair. 13 It's a velveteen braided rope similar to the ones found in some movie theaters. 14 Another pointlessly pointillistic painting. 15 Dressed in a silly-looking green tux, the Top Hat car rental agent looks back with a blank stare. 16 No one can hear you from where you're standing. 17 There are lots of cars outside. 18 No one can see your shield from where you're standing. 19 That isn't necessary. 20 Without justification, Bonds, that would be kidnapping! 21 You have absolutely no reason to cuff the person. 22 That's a good way for you to wind up making license plates. 23 Your own car is outside. 24 You won't need a top hat where you're going. 25 "Can I help you?" asks the agent. 26 The agent looks at you and says..."Dependable transportation is our business." 27 "Rest assured, you're in good hands with Top Hat," cracks the agent. 28 "At Top Hat, our cars may be sssslllooooowww, but they're TOPS!" 29 "Yes sir, Officer. Here are all of the car rental agreements for the last week." 30 The Top Hat representative slowly hands you the car rental agreements. 31 You carefully look over each car rental agreement. Unable to find anything helpful, you return them to the agent. 32 "What?" snaps the agent. "I'm not going to show our rental agreements to you. They're confidential!" 33 You flash your badge at the Top Hat agent and he says... "Oh No! Is my boss in trouble again?" 34 You whip out your badge... 35 "What did I do?" asks the agent. "The last wrong thing I remember doing was running a stop sign, and that was six years ago." 36 The agent looks at the mug shot and says..."What a mean- looking fellow. Fortunately, I've never seen him before." 37 You show the mug shot of Bains..."Nope, I've never seen the man before, but he sure looks like he ought to be locked up." 38 You don't have a mug shot of Bains to show. 39 The rental agent takes a good look at the picture, and slowly responds..."Yeah, buddy, you've got a fine looking wife there. She needs a shave, though." 40 "Anytime, Officer." 41 "Sure hope you get this guy. He looks BAD!" 42 "You're welcome. Come again to... Top Hat!"

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0 You left the water running in the sink. 1 Whoosh-clink-ssss clink-sshh-glugg. 2 Whooooooooosssssshhhhh...... gurgle, gurgle. 3 Your arms aren't nearly long enough. 4 You can't do that now. 5 Put away your gun first. 6 You aren't close enough. 7 The ground is outside. In the new, modern Lytton Airport, they've put in floors. 8 If this was an "R" rated program like "Leisure Suit Larry", we might show it to you, but....! 9 There are no bathroom drawings out here. 10 The stall is furnished with a stool for your sitting pleasure and toilet paper for your comfort. 11 There seems to be some graffiti scrawled on the wall of the stall... You can just barely read it. 12 On the walls, you see a paper towel dispenser, an electric hand dryer, a mirror, and a vent mounted above the stalls. 13 The toilet water is unappetizing. 14 Find some, first. 15 This vent is equipped with an electric fan, designed to remove offensive odors. 16 It appears to be doing its job well. 17 You look in the drain and see nothing important. 18 He appears to be a rather tall gentleman. 19 Huh? 20 There is a cabinet which hides the pipes. 21 It's mostly for decoration. 22 They're hidden. 23 The stall doors are uniformly uninteresting. 24 You'll have to leave the stall to get a good look at it. 25 It's handy for washing the hands. The soap dispensers are empty, however. 26 Empty. 27 It's shiny, and it DOES have paper towels in it. 28 It's shiny. You wonder who invented the concept. 29 You look up and see the usual bathroom ceiling with flourescent lighting fixtures. 30 You see a toilet mounted to the tile floor. 31 You see a clean tile floor with a water drain in the middle. 32 It's a 4" Smith and Wesson .38 caliber K-38 revolver, Serial# 5557763. 33 Quit being so vain. 34 You'll have to turn around to see the mirror. 35 You're not close enough. 36 You can't see much from the outside. Better open one first. 37 The toilets are in the stalls, and you're not. 38 You look around the public rest room but the only unusual thing you notice is that it's cleaner than most. Good old Lytton! 39 It's locked, you don't have the key, and you don't need anything out of the cabinet. 40 There aren't any. The fan works. 41 Lytton is a wonderful place, but its not known for its fabulous-tasting water. 42 Here I sit all broken-hearted... Came to........(you can't make out the rest). 43 Nostalgia just isn't what it used to be. 44 For a good time, call 683-4463....ask for Larry. 45 There's a fairly good anatomical drawing here, but it appears to be upside-down. 46 Where the hell is Coarsegold, CA??? 47 As I was walking down the stair I met a man who wasn't there. He wasn't there again today... I sure do wish he'd GO AWAY! 48 What? Where? 49 Defacing public property isn't part of your job description. 50 You hum a familiar tune..."Plop, plop, whiz, whiz....oh, what a relief it is." 51 During this time of relief, you think to yourself... "Gee, wish I had something to read." 52 As you occupy the stall you think, "It must have been the prunes." 53 On the floor? Better go into a stall first. 54 "Whew!" you sigh, "I need to quit drinking so much coffee." 55 You take time out for a natural body function. 56 You rid yourself of enough coffee to float an aircraft carrier. 57 As you eliminate the day's coffee, you think..."I wonder where the "black" in my black coffee goes?" 58 Of course! 59 You should be in one of the stalls to do that. 60 Now's no time to relax, Sonny. 61 There's no place to sit, unless you go into one of the toilet stalls. 62 You look all around the toilet and the stall, but you find nothing out of the ordinary. 63 Go ahead and enter one of the stalls. 64 You search high and low, but so far you've found nothing. 65 He doesn't seem to hear you. He's humming under his breath..."Leeeavinn'...on a jet plane..." 66 Talking to yourself again? 67 "Listen, I've got a flight to catch, so if you'll excuse me....." 68 There's nobody here. 69 You grab a paper towel and use it. 70 The paper towel dispenser is over on the far wall. 71 The dryer is already on. 72 You turn on the electric hand dryer. 73 If you really have to go, use one of the stalls. 74 It is already on. 75 You turn on the sink water. 76 It stays on all the time. 77 It's on a timer and will shut off by itself. 78 It is already off. 79 You turn the water off. 80 You've already dried the gun. 81 You use the warm air from the electric hand dryer to dry off the gun. 82 The hand dryer is not turned on. 83 You rip off a paper towel, and wipe the gun dry. 84 You also wipe off any possible fingerprints. 85 You don't have a gun that needs drying. 86 The warm air feels good on your hands. 87 In spite of your good upbringing, you wipe your hands on your pants. Shame on you. 88 Your hands are already dry. 89 That's a GOOD boy! It's not worth any points, but at least you're clean. 90 That is one STUPID idea! 91 The revolver is pretty wet, and so is your hand. 92 The lid is already off. 93 The lid is already on. 94 It's material evidence. You need to book it at the station, not put it back! 95 It's mighty icky in there. 96 You already have it. 97 You roll up your sleeve, and carefully lift the revolver. 98 You don't see a gun. 99 You don't see a weapon here. 100 You've GOT to be kidding! 101 You see what looks like a police revolver hidden in the bottom of the toilet tank. 102 Full of water. 103 Remove the lid first. 104 The toilet is overflowing. It's not a pretty sight! 105 It's used to flush the toilet. 106 It's a 4" Smith and Wesson .38 caliber K-38, Serial# 5557763 107 You can't see it. 108 Just your ordinary, white, thin, scratchy toilet paper. 109 "Excuse me, please. You're in my way."

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0 This man looks so bored that you want to talk to him. 1 "Don't hurt me! I'm a victim of circumstances!" 2 "I didn't do it! She made me!" 3 You don't have your identification with you. 4 "Hi, I'm Larry...Larry Laffer." 5 "Know any places where cute girls hang out?" 6 "Do you see that cute blond over there? What a knockout!" 7 "I'm starring in a new movie...called 'Looking for Love In Several Wrong Places.' You should check it out!" 8 "Do you know when the bus to Coarsegold will arrive?" 9 "If you get a chance, call my producers at Sierra and tell them I might be a little late." 10 "Say that I've run into woman troubles, and I'm tied up right now." 11 "Thanks." 12 "Well, next time I'm in town we should get down and party!" 13 "Good. I hope it comes soon. The producer and director will be really upset if I don't get to Coarsegold soon." 14 "Well don't feel bad, 'cause I don't either." 15 "Well, I hope it comes soon." 16 The door to the plane is closed because there IS no plane! 17 The flight just departed. You missed it. Too bad! 18 Whoops! You almost had a nasty tumble when you tried to go down the 'Up' escalator. 19 The guard says: "I'm gettin' dizzy watchin' you go in and out of this gate, mac." 20 You pass through the metal detector without setting off the alarm. 21 Keith sees You leaving and says: "Hey, Sonny! Wait for me!" 22 The boarding and receiving area is equipped with a metal detector. A security guard mans his post. 23 You're in the connecting tunnel between the gate and the plane. Out the window you see just how busy Lytton Airport has become. 24 You gaze out across the runway and think of places far away. 25 You look out past the parking lot, and see the city in the distance. 26 Looks solid enough. Probably won't cave in. 27 The carpet really needs cleaning. The gum chewers seem to have been having a field day. 28 The chairs are for the comfort of the waiting passengers, even though they appear to be made deliberately uncomfortable. 29 They don't put chairs in places like this. 30 The painting reminds you of a place you would like to be. 31 You have to be closer to see the painting clearly. 32 It's a velveteen braided rope similar to the ones found in some movie theaters. 33 You're too far away. 34 The pale blue paint is a nice touch. There is a painting on the wall behind the three gentlemen. 35 The rotund guard doesn't look like he is having fun. 36 Nothing unusual about it. You ride up one side, and down the other. 37 Get out of the tunnel and you can see it. 38 Huh?? 39 The long-haired blonde looks pretty interesting. 40 A motley-looking crew of passengers waits for a flight. 41 This man looks bored. 42 This man looks very bored. 43 Groovy! 44 You look at no one in particular. 45 There is no place to sit. 46 Sorry! It's bolted to the wall. 47 That's totally unnecessary! Just walk through the metal detector. 48 "Who do you think you are....Don Johnson? What's your story?" 49 "Boy! I've never seen a shinier badge!" 50 "I'm gonna plead the fifth amendment." 51 "Gee! You're a real cop!" 52 The long-haired blonde says, "Hey, man! Why don't you flash your badge on someone who cares." 53 "OK, Bonds! I SAW your badge! I KNOW you're a cop!" 54 Nobody can see your badge right now. 55 You don't have it. 56 Nobody recognizes Bains' picture. 57 What for?? 58 Not now while he's frisking you. 59 Uh-oh! Perhaps now is not a good time (and here is not a good place) to be taking your gun out. 60 He doesn't seem real talkative. 61 He can't hear you at this distance. 62 He doesn't say anything, and he's not Larry. 63 "Airports are such a drag, especially sitting next to this guy here (referring to the man in white)." 64 The long-haired blonde says, "What's your trip, man?" 65 You hear a high-pitched voice say "Huh?" 66 "Hello. Have a nice day." 67 There is no one close enough to talk to. 68 The guy turns around and says, "What's the matter with you, bud?" 69 You show your badge, and the security guard says... "Pass right on through, Officer. Just remember...no partaking of the spirits." 70 As you walk into the magnetic field, your gun sets off an alarm. 71 As you walk into the magnetic field, something sets off an alarm. 72 "One minute, sir!" the portly security guard says. "Please empty your pockets and walk through the detector again." 73 You remove everything from your pockets and try it again. 74 Walking through the detector, your gun again sets off the alarm. 75 Getting serious, the security guard says..."Hey, Mac! Are you packing a gun or something?" 76 "Freeze right where you are, fella!" orders the guard. 77 The guard pats you down, finds and removes your gun, and says to you... 78 The next time you're packin' iron, and you want to pass through a metal detector, think about identifying yourself. 79 "Okay, you pistol-packin' dude. You're under arrest! 80 OK, Mr. Homicide Detective Bonds...go ahead with your business. 81 You draw your weapon just as the guard goes for his. Being in fear of his life, the security guard blows you into eternity. 82 The flight attendant at the entrance to the airplane asks you for your ticket. 83 You hand your ticket to the attendant as you board the plane. 84 Keith flashes his badge at the security guard and hollers: "Hey, Sonny! I'm right behind you!" 85 "Have a nice day!"

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0 The corners of the garage are really dusty! 1 He's inside the jail. You can't see him from here. 2 He looks back at you from inside the car. 3 You can't see him from where you're standing. The garage is not well-lit. 4 This is the underground parking garage of the new Lytton City Jail. You are filled with pride as the memories of the dedication ceremonies return. 5 Following your heroic capture of Jessie Bains (aka: the Death Angel) you became an instant celebrity. But now, unless you recapture Bains, only the bitter memories of failure will remain... 6 Nothing of interest on the ceiling. 7 Looks like a normal, oil-stained garage floor. 8 That's your personal car, all right. 9 That's your unmarked police car, all right. 10 There is nothing special about the locker keys. 11 The keys are in the lockers. 12 You'd like to, but you don't want to get down on your knees on the garage floor. 13 It's your unmarked car, a trusty vehicle. 14 Someday, you'll get that hatchback fixed. 15 Mostly police cruisers. 16 If you've seen one, you've seen 'em all. 17 You're not close enough to an open trunk. 18 It says: "CLOSED" 19 Walk closer to the sign 20 You see gun lockers built into the concrete wall, next to a heavy metal door. 21 There appears to be a built-in video camera surveillance system and a speaker on the wall above the door. There is a button to the right of the door. 22 Empty. 23 Your gun's in it. 24 You can't see into the locker. 25 Open it, if you want to look inside. 26 Just your basic gun lockers, usually found outside of most jails. 27 The buzzer is used to alert the jailer. 28 The closed circuit camera allows the jailer to monitor anyone entering or leaving the jail. 29 The speaker allows the jailer to communicate with those who wish to enter the jail. 30 The jail door is made of very heavy metal. 31 From inside the car,Keith says: "Go on and take care of your business, partner. I'll just take a little nap out here." 32 He can't hear you from inside the car. 33 Get into your car. 34 You don't have it. 35 Go on! Get out and look around first. 36 Get in your car first. 37 You don't want to get in on the passenger side. 38 You aren't close enough. 39 It only hurts your knuckles to bang on the jail door. 40 You hum a familiar tune..."Knock three times on the ceiling if you want me..." 41 Don't waste your time. 42 The locker is already open. 43 Using the locker key from your pocket, you open the locker. 44 Using the key found in the locker door, you open the locker. 45 You're not close enough. 46 Only the jailer can let you in. 47 The jailer's voice booms through the speaker... "Please face the camera and show your identification." 48 Go over to the jail door. 49 You signal the jailer by pushing the buzzer. 50 "OK, OK..." the jailer says. "What do you want??" 51 The jailer speaks to you through the PA system... "Booking desk... can I help you?" 52 You must be close enough to push the button. 53 "OK. I'm waiting." 54 Agreeable, aren't you? 55 "Then don't bother me!" 56 Disgreeable, aren't you? 57 The jailer says... "Sorry chump! You don't have ID, you don't get in." 58 Get closer to the camera. 59 You must contact the jailer before you show your ID 60 "Go ahead, Sonny. I'm gonna finish my smoke." 61 You yell, and the reverberations in the underground garage make your words impossible to understand. 62 You're too far away. 63 You should open the locker first. 64 Oh NO! You forgot to lock the gun locker!! Somebody has made off with your shiny new gun ...(ooooops)! 65 You take your gun, holster it, then close and lock the locker. 66 You don't see your gun in the locker. 67 Whaddaya mean? You don't have your gun! 68 First, holster your gun. 69 You place your gun in the locker. 70 Don't do that. 71 You must close and lock the locker in order to get the key. 72 You have the locker key. 73 You have the car keys. 74 You close and lock the locker. 75 The locker is already closed. 76 This area is under construction. There is no need to go past the gate. 77 You're wasting your time. 78 OK. It's unlocked. 79 The door is already unlocked. 80 You need a key to unlock this door. 81 If you're getting into your car, go around to the driver's side. 82 OK. It's locked. 83 The door is already locked. 84 Go around to the driver's side. 85 It's already open. 86 You need a key to open this trunk. 87 You're not close enough to your trunk, and you shouldn't open anybody else's trunk! 88 Your car's "hatch-back" hasn't worked since its warranty expired. 89 It's already closed. 90 The door is already closed. 91 You place your field kit inside the trunk. 92 You don't have the field kit. 93 Open the trunk first. 94 You're not close enough to your car's trunk. 95 You take your field kit from the trunk. 96 The field kit is not in the trunk. 97 After showing your ID, you hear a loud metal "clank" as the jailer releases the door locks. 98 "Gee, Sonny." Keith says. "I thought we were finished here." 99 "I'll just kick back in the car for a while if you have some business to take care of." 100 You go ahead, Sonny. I'll stay out here and have a smoke. 101 Keith wakes up and says "Hi, Sonny." 102 Keith yells: "Wait up, Sonny! What's the rush, anyway?" 103 You're not close enough to the door. 104 Your car door is locked. 105 Close the trunk first. 106 You should put your field kit in the trunk first. 107 You're not close enough to the door

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0 CASE#:M10251983. Name:Bains, Jessie Hiram. ALIAS:Sloan, Frank nmn. 1 SCARS/TATTOOS: Abdominal scars caused by bullets. DOB: 11/30/51. PHYS: wht/male, 5'8", blk, brn, 150. ASSIGNED TO: Hamilton A/O: Sonny Bonds ARREST RECORD: Count #1 - MURDER. VICTIM - Taselli, Jason Count #2 - ATTEMPT MURDER VICTIM - Bonds, Sonny

(1) 2 LYTTON CORRECTIONAL DEPT. PERSONNEL FILE Name: Pate, Luis D. ALIAS: none. DOB: 2/28/66. PHYS: wht/male, 5'11", blk, brn, 165. 3 ID# : 2204. DEPT: Booking. POS : Correc. Off. EMPL: 12/23/87. STAT: Probation. DEPARTMENTAL ACTIONS: None



(1) 4 SUMMARY: After a lengthy investigation, Officer Sonny Bonds successfully infiltrated the illegal gambling operation at the Hotel Delphoria. A confrontation with Bains ended in a shoot-out and his subsequent arrest. Suspect was convicted of first degree murder. Further: testimony provided by Woody Roberts, Marie Wilkans, and Don Colby was instrumental in convicting subject Bains on additional counts of narcotics trafficking and illegal gambling activities.

CONVICTED: 10/25/1983. INCARCERATED: State Pen. LOCATION: Foolsum. SENTENCE: 97 years. PAROLE DATE: None.

CASE STATUS: Closed END FILE: (2) 5 EQUIPMENT ISSUED: #1. Mace. #2. PR/24. #3. Handcuffs.

REGISTERED WEAPONS Hand gun:# S/W 5557763 4" Smith & Wesson .38 cal K-38. END FILE:




(2) 6 You grab your field kit on the way out. 7 As you leave the jail, you pick up your weapon from the jailer and toss him $5.00 for the "coffee fund". 8 You check your money clip and say... 9 "Oh no! I don't even have the $5.00 for the coffee fund!" 10 The jailer says, "I'll let it go this time, Bonds, but use your head next time." 11 You already have that particular photograph. 12 There are no mug shots in here. There's only the ID photo of the rookie jailer, and you can't take it. 13 This is the end of the file! 14 There it is! 15 This is the beginning of the file! 16 There is no third page in this file. 17 This is the Lytton City Jail prisoner receiving area. 18 There's nothing to be found on the jail floor, except floor tiles and waxy build-up. 19 Brand new acoustical ceiling, with things that sparkle in it. 20 He's not here. 21 It's the jailer on duty. He's NOT a wild and crazy guy. 22 The jailer's been very nervous since the escape, and he looks it. 23 Solid. No windows. Jail-like color scheme. 24 "Which file do you want to look at?" 25 The jailer says, "I don't know what you're trying to talk about, Bonds." 26 The jailer says, "Are you talking to me? I'm over here, Bonds!" 27 This scuzzball isn't worth describing, except to say that he's disgusting and surly. 28 Walk right up to him, stare him in the eye, and try again. 29 "Like I told you before..." the jailer says, "just walk into the next room, and I'll call him out." 30 "Yes" he says..."we have one man in custody who saw the whole thing. Saxton...Sherman Saxton is his name." 31 The correctional officer continues..."Just walk over to the interview area, and I'll call him out." 32 He's in the other room. 33 You are near the jailer. 34 You are NOT near the jailer. 35 There are no women in here. 36 "He's in the other room." 37 You want to see the witness? You're looking at him! 38 "C'mon, man. The dude made himself a knife, held it on the jailer, and pulled off a pretty slick escape. That's it!" 39 "Oh yeah, the escape," he says. "That dude Bains did a number on your little jailer friend." 40 "Bains jumped your little rookie while being moved. It looked like he was holding some sort of knife to the jailer's throat." 41 "It looked so easy!" Saxton says, "I mean, he just grabbed the jailer, put a knife to his throat, and sashayed right out of the jail. Unbelievable!" 42 "I didn't see much myself, but we do have a witness to the incident. One of the prisoners was right there when it went down." 43 "Hey man!" Saxton says, "I've told you everything I saw." 44 "I'm not aware of anything like that, Bonds." 45 "Ahh, c'mon. You've got to be kidding." 46 Yes....what? 47 "Yeah. I didn't think so." 48 No....what? 49 The only door you're authorized to open is the one leading back into the garage. 50 The jailer tells you, "The last person he'd want to see right now is you, Bonds." 51 "You'll have your second chance at him in court, Sonny, but for the moment, you'll have to wait. He's not allowed to see anyone, including you." 52 If you can find him, and you can get close enough to him without getting killed, you might be able to talk to him. 53 "That's easy," he says, "Pate's car is a blue 1986 Corvette with personalized plates that say `WOW'. 54 "I don't know nothing about any car." 55 "Now you know I can't do that...even for you, Sonny." 56 "Yeah," Saxton grumbles, "I sure wish you would!" 57 "Which prisoner do you wanna talk to?" he says. 58 "Hey, I don't know what you want to talk about." 59 Where is he? 60 "Yeah, that's right!" the jailer says. " I sure don't know where THAT came from!" 61 The jailer says: "Huh?" 62 "Yeah, that's right!" Saxton chuckles. " I sure wish I knew where THAT came from!" 63 "He escaped!" 64 "OK, OK..." the jailer exclaims. "If you want to see his file, I'll get it for you." 65 "Oh, yeah!" the jailer says. "Let me get Bains' file for you. I'm sure you'll want to take a look at it." 66 "Hey, Sonny. You gave it back to me and I put it away. Don't make me go get it again." 67 "I don't know nothin' about the dude, man. Really!" 68 "Pate? He's not a prisoner! He's the other jailer!" 69 "You mean Luis Pate, the rookie? He's on duty right now, Bonds." 70 "Oh, yeah!" the jailer says. "You'll want to look at Pate's file. I'll go get it for you." 71 "Never heard of anyone by that name, man." 72 "OK, OK! I know who you are!" 73 Nobody can see your badge. 74 "We don't have a prisoner here by that name." 75 "What're you talking about?" says the jailer. "I don't have your gun. I sure hope YOU know where it is!" 76 You retrieve your kit. 77 "What are you talking about? I don't have your field kit, Bonds." 78 You don't have it. 79 "You're sure keeping me busy, man. I don't know what else I can tell you." 80 "You here to get me out of this joint?" Saxton asks. 81 Obviously excited, the jailer says..."Bonds! I can't believe what's happened. I can't get over it! We've never had an officer kidnapped before." 82 Continuing..."Bains took Pate and escaped in Pate's car. I sure hope he's OK. Poor kid...he's just a rookie, you know." 83 "Heck, we just put together the file on Bains this morning, and he's gone already." 84 "What a day THIS has been!....Hey, wait just a minute there, Bonds!" 85 The jailer walks up to you and says, "The bulge under your jacket here...that looks like a gun to me!" 86 "C'mon, Bonds!" the jailer demands. "You forgot to put it in the locker outside, didn't you? Stick to the regulations, Sonny!" 87 The jailer relieves you of your Colt automatic and says... 88 "Just contribute five bucks to our coffee fund on your way out, and you can have this back." 89 "While I'm at it," the jailer continues, " give me your field kit to put behind the counter. You're not supposed to bring it in here, you know." 90 You hand your field kit to the jailer. 91 "Now that THAT little piece of business is out of the way...." 92 "I hate to be rude, Bonds" he says, "but I'm really busy. Unless you have important business, just show yourself out." 93 "What can I do for you, Bonds?" the jailer asks. 94 "Here you go, Bonds. The files have to stay here, so give 'em back before you leave." 95 The jailer hands you the file on Jessie Bains. 96 The jailer hands you the file on Luis Pate. 97 Having reviewed the file, you return it. 98 The jailer puts the file away. 99 "OK, Sonny" says the jailer. "Here's your weapon. Don't forget the five bucks for the coffee fund!" 100 You donate the $5.00 to the coffee fund.

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0 The gas has cleared. It appears that you can enter the motel room. 1 You will need your car in order to leave the area. 2 You are not close enough to a door. 3 This is room 206. 4 This is room 207. 5 This is room 208. 6 This is Room 108. 7 The best way to enter any of these rooms is through their doors. 8 The acrid tear gas streaming from the broken window stings your eyes. 9 You are in the parking lot at the Snuggler's Inn 10 You aren't close to a window. 11 You are looking at a broken window. 12 Someone's going to call the cops if you keep looking through the windows like that! 13 You aren't close enough to a door. 14 There's nothing special about this door. 15 The door to room 108 is in sad shape. 16 You don't need to look now! 17 You don't have it. 18 You're not close enough to an open trunk. 19 Your car's "hatch-back" hasn't worked since its warranty expired. 20 You don't need to open it now! 21 You have no reason to go into this room. 22 This door is locked. 23 Not now. 24 You need the correct key. 25 OK. It's unlocked. 26 The door is already unlocked. 27 You don't have a key to this door. 28 The door is already open. 29 You don't have the key. 30 You already have it. 31 Your requested warrant has not arrived yet. 32 You should call dispatch. 33 Use your car's radio. 34 The search warrant authorizes you to legally search room 108 at the Snugglers Inn. 35 You should call dispatch and request a warrant. 36 Your requested backup has not arrived yet. 37 Just walk in. 38 OK. It's locked. 39 The door is already locked. 40 You're not close enough. 41 You knock, but no one responds. 42 In a commanding voice you yell, "Open up, in the name of the police!" 43 You listen carefully but are unable to hear anything. 44 You aren't close enough to the door. 45 It's already open. 46 You need a key to open this trunk. 47 It's already closed. 48 "I'm right behind you, partner!" Keith says... 49 You came here alone. Keith is not with you. 50 You tell Chuck that the room is secure. 51 Chuck responds, "Ok, Sonny. We'll wrap things up here." 52 Chuck says, "You go ahead and do your thing. We'll stay here." 53 We're ready, Sonny. 54 You explain the situation to Chuck and request that he and his partner get into position next to their car. 55 "You got it, Sonny!" says Chuck. "That's what we're here for." 56 "Did you find out which room this dirtbag is in?" Chuck asks. 57 "Yes," you reply, "Room 108." 58 "I've got that warrant you requested, Sonny." 59 Being a macho type, you kick in the door, making a fool out of yourself. 60 You quickly close the door. 61 What do you think you are doing? The door is already open! 62 You place your field kit inside the trunk. 63 You don't have the field kit. 64 Open the trunk first. 65 You're not close enough to your car's trunk. 66 You take your field kit from the trunk. 67 The field kit is not in the trunk. 68 You don't need to take it out of the trunk. 69 There is no shotgun. 70 You aren't close enough. 71 Keith yells: "Geez, Sonny! Hold on a second, will ya?" 72 You're not close enough to your car's door. 73 Your car door is locked. 74 Close the trunk first. 75 You should put your field kit in the trunk first. 76 The officer says... "Here's the search warrant, Sonny." 77 You say..."Thanks" 78 The boy at the the window says, "Yes sir, what can I do for you?" 79 The man at the window says, "Yes sir, what can I do for you?" 80 The motel manager is fuming when he says... "You dudes aren't gonna get away with this! You're gonna pay for that damage!!" 81 You see a small boy inside. Probably the manager's son. 82 You see a man inside. You assume he is the manager. 83 The boy says, "I don't think I should take your money." 84 The man says, "I don't need your money, buster." 85 Hello sir. My dad's not here right now, but maybe I can help you. 86 "You guys did a bang-up job of ruining my day!" the manager says. "Now how about getting lost?" 87 "Yes sir, what can I do for you?" 88 "Yes, Officer, how can I help you?" 89 You don't have your wallet. 90 "GET SERIOUS, MAC!" says the manager... "After the mess you made, you guys ain't rentin' nothing!" 91 Slightly upset the manager says..."I only have four words for you jerks!...#$%* the b%& o&%!!!" 92 The manager quickly says... "Why? So you can blow up another one?" 93 "I'm sorry, sir" he says, "but we don't have any vacancies." 94 "Well," the boy says, "I don't know... Maybe you'd better come back later. My dad isn't here right now." 95 "Well," the manager says, "the photograph is vaguely familiar... I believe his name was William Cole. He has room 108." 96 "Ah ha!" you think to yourself, "Bains is using the name `Cole'." 97 "Well," the manager says, "I don't remember seeing him." 98 The manager says, "Who do you think you are? My customers expect a little privacy when they stay here." 99 The manager says, "Who are you looking for?" 100 The boy says, "I don't know." 101 Scanning his guest book, he shakes his head and says... "I'm sorry. I don't have anyone listed by that name." 102 Scanning his guest book, he nods his head and says... "Yes, here we are: William Cole...Room 108." 103 You show the search warrant to the manager, and he says... "Ok, now what?" 104 OK 105 You don't have the key to any room here. 106 You ask the manager for the key, and he answers... "Get serious, Mac! You rent a room...you get a key. Unfortunately for you," he says, "we don't have a vacancy." 107 "I don't care if you're the Queen of England!" he blurts out. "I have an obligation to my customers, and I know the law and there ain't nobody gettin' any key!" 108 The manager sounds like he'd really like to help as he says, "I don't know what room key you want! Besides, I've got paying customers in all of my rooms." 109 "Anything you say, Officer," the manager says, as he gives you the key to Room 108. 110 You could, but it wouldn't get you anywhere. 111 Your last act in life is kicking the door in as you're blasted into an unknown dimension. 112 Because of your improper positioning, you have been blasted into oblivion. 113 Congratulations, you have been successful in taking yourself out of the game. 114 Keith says... "Sonny! Be careful now." 115 As the door opens, you are startled by a sudden explosion. 116 Trained reflexes throw you back, slamming your gun hand against the wall. "That was TOO close for comfort!" you say to yourself. 117 You watch as the "SWAT team" unloads tear gas into the room. 118 Just before you enter the gas filled room, Keith says: "Better stay put, Sonny." 119 You enter into the motel room, but in a short time, you are overcome by the gas and fall unconscious to the floor.

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0 You don't have time. 1 You are not in the bathroom. 2 "Whew!" you sigh. 3 You take time out for a natural body function. 4 Whooooooooosssssshhhhh........ gurgle, gurgle. 5 You wash and dry your hands. 6 You already picked up a business card from the sink. 7 You pick up the card. 8 There is no card here. 9 After reading the letter, you ponder its contents and think... 10 "Bains mailed the letter hoping to suck Roberts in by offering him a business deal. Roberts fell for it and responded to the letter. He came to the motel room, where Bains killed him in cold blood." 11 You don't have a letter. 12 The back of the card is blank. 13 You are in the bathroom. 14 You see a pulley mounted under the table. It was part of the booby trap. 15 It is the tiled sink, where you picked up a business card earlier. 16 Looking at the tiled sink, you see what appears to be a business card. 17 You don't have time for self-admiration. 18 Nothing special. It's just a normal motel toilet. 19 You can't see anything from here. 20 There is a tube of lipstick under the bed. 21 There is nothing under the bed. 22 You notice that the bed is unmade. 23 You find nothing significant about the lamp. 24 You look at the painting and think: "Not bad, for a print." 25 You see nothing on top of the table. 26 The booby trap consisted of a shotgun, cable, and pulleys. It was nearly a deadly combination. 27 As you look at the mechanism that nearly cost you your life, you think... "BAINS, YOU HEARTLESS RAT!" 28 The walls are in desperate need of repainting. 29 You see nothing of significance. 30 No clues there. 31 There is nothing special about the bathroom floor. 32 You look at the floor and see what appears to be a substantial amount of blood. 33 It's a common type of motel nightstand, with a single drawer. 34 There is a letter inside. 35 You don't have an envelope. 36 What name? What address? 37 The letter is addressed to Woody Roberts. 38 Nothing special. Just a normal TV, chained to the wall. 39 Bains must have used this chair for the booby trap..... 40 You are in the bathroom 41 You find nothing inside the drawer. 42 You look inside the drawer ... 43 and you find an envelope with the corner torn off. 44 The drawer is closed... 45 You are not close enough. 46 There is a dark stain on the carpet. 47 Normal size shower... Nothing here. 48 You can't see it from here. 49 You look around the empty bathroom. You see typical bathroom fixtures: a sink, a toilet, a shower and a mirror. 50 You see a dark stain on the carpet. 51 You already have it. 52 There is no lipstick in this room. 53 The label reads, Pink Rapture by Donna Lee Cosmetics. "This is the same brand that Marie uses," you think. 54 You don't have time to watch TV now. 55 You move it, look under it, but find nothing. 56 You'll need your field kit. 57 You already did. 58 Using the eyedropper, you take a sample of the blood from the floor and put it into a vial. 59 You open the drawer and look inside... 60 You find nothing. 61 You find an envelope with the corner torn off. 62 The drawer is already open. 63 You close the drawer. 64 The drawer is already closed. 65 There is no shotgun in here. 66 Keith took it to the car. 67 You'd better leave the shotgun in place for the forensics team. 68 As you examine the envelope, you compare it with the piece of paper found on Roberts, and... 69 "They match!" You also note that the envelope is addressed to Woody Roberts. 70 Ok. 71 The drawer is not open. 72 You don't have time for that. 73 Keith walks over, picks up a shotgun off the floor and says... 74 "Here's the little culprit, Sonny. I'll take it out to the car and run the numbers." 75 Keith returns and says... "That shotgun has wants on it from a local burglary." He continues..."We can contact Burglary division for more information."

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0 You have to have your field kit to do that. 1 Hooo BOY! Where are you from, Transylvania? 2 You have already collected a sample of this blood. 3 You use an eyedropper to draw up some of the victim's blood. 4 You return the eye dropper to the kit, and add the vial of blood to your inventory of evidence. 5 You see no footprints worth casting. 6 You take pictures of the murder scene, and return the camera to the kit. 7 Looking around carefully, you decide there's nothing worth using your last plastic baggy on. 8 "I haven't found any clues, Sonny," Keith says. 9 Mario frowns. "Two'a murders in'a two days'a. I don'a like it, Sonny." 10 "How'a you doin'a, Sonny? I sure hope you find'a the clues." Mario offers. 11 You ask the coroner to send you a report as soon as it is available. 12 "I'll send you a report, Sonny!" 13 The coroner says, "I'll remove the body as soon as you're finished with it, Bonds." 14 Who are you talking to? 15 Which man are you looking for? 16 The only lady around here is the bag lady across the street. 17 The coroner's name is Felix (Pee Wee) Herman. He's known for his twisted sense of humor. 18 The coroner isn't here. 19 Officer Mario Gelepsi is a large man with a wide, friendly smile, but his smile is missing today. 20 Officer Gelepsi is not here. 21 There is a pool of blood beneath the trunk of the green car. 22 Keith is working inside the car. Don't bother him, it's refreshing to see him work. 23 Keith has already searched the car completely, and found nothing of interest. 24 There's nothing special about the coroner's car. 25 The coroner's car isn't here. 26 It's just your standard police cruiser. 27 It's just an old, repainted, police cruiser. 28 The victim's car offers no obvious clues. You suspect that the murder was committed elsewhere. 29 You see nothing special about the car. 30 The body is no longer in the trunk. 31 "That'sa great!" Mario beams. "I hope it helps catcha the murderer." 32 "That'sa too bad," says Mario. "I hope you catcha the murderer somehow!" 33 A more positive attitude would help. 34 You're not close enough to an open trunk. 35 The buildings are old, rusted, metal warehouses. 36 The chain link fence encloses "Vu's Warehouse." 37 The hole was created when Vu backed his car into it. 38 There's blood under the car. 39 What blood? 40 No body is around. 41 You're not close enough. 42 The sign says:

"NO PARKING From 8pm to 6am" 43 Looking over the scene, in this run-down area of Lytton, you see Officer Mario Gelepsi and a car with its trunk open. 44 This is the old warehouse district. The down and out frequent these dirty streets. Small-time hoods and drug dealers often use the nearby "dives" to conduct their "business". 45 "Hi, Sonny." 46 A bum across the street shouts back: "H'lo!" 47 You don't need to jump into the trunk to conduct your investigation. 48 Don't do that. 49 Mario already checked and found the car to be registered in the name of Woody Roberts. 50 You don't need to do that. 51 You'd rip your clothes if you tried that. 52 Don't climb that. You'd look silly. 53 Use the car radio for that. 54 You place your field kit inside the trunk. 55 You don't have the field kit. 56 Open the trunk first. 57 You're not close enough to your car's trunk. 58 You take your field kit from the trunk. 59 The field kit is not in the trunk. 60 You're too big. 61 The action is on your side of the fence. 62 What body? 63 That's a job for the coroner. You'd better wait. 64 The body's already been removed from the trunk. 65 Your not close enough. 66 OK. It's unlocked. 67 The door is already unlocked. 68 You need a key to unlock this door. 69 OK. It's locked. 70 The door is already locked. 71 The trunk of the green car is already open. 72 The trunk's already open. 73 You need a key to open this trunk. 74 Your car's "hatch-back" hasn't worked since its warranty expired. 75 After carefull consideration, you wisely decide not to close the trunk. It would make your investigation more difficult. 76 It's already closed. 77 You will need your car in order to leave the area. 78 "Here comes the 'meat wagon' Sonny," Keith announces from inside the car. 79 "Ugh!" grunts Keith, as he walks past the body. 80 "I'll search the car, Sonny. YOU can examine the trunk." 81 What are we doing back here, Sonny? 82 Keith looks at you accusingly; "They've already cleaned up the murder scene! I told you we should've come here right away. We're going to catch it from Fletch now!" 83 "What are we doing here?" Keith asks. "Are we going to meet someone?" 84 Keith yells: "Wait up, Sonny! Don't leave me here!" 85 "Did'a you find something, Sonny?" Mario asks. 86 "Pretty gruesome, eh, Sonny?" groans Mario. "How'a one person can'a do that to another is really... you know'a... sick!" 87 "Hello again, guys," shouts Officer Gelepsi. 88 In his heavy Italian accent, Officer Gelepsi says... "Well! It'sa bout'a time, Sonny!" 89 "I found'a this car with'a blood dripping from'a the trunk" he says... 90 Continuing, he says "The door was un'alocked, with'a the keys innaside." 91 You listen intently as he explains, "I took'a the keys and opened the trunk. That'sa when I found the man with the hole'a inna his head." 92 Continuing..."Thisa car isa registered to Woody Roberts." 93 Gelepsi finishes, "I called'a the coroner. Now YOU canna take over this'a mess, Sonny. " 94 Remembering the coroner's poor eyesight, you decide to move out of his car's way. 95 "Where is this body?" asks the coroner. "I don't see no body! (haw haw)" 96 "Let me guess: the trunk! Of course, where else WOULD it be?" 97 "Yes-sir-ree-Bob!" remarks the coroner. "Definitely looks like an execution." 98 "I'll take care of the body now, Bonds.", says the coroner. 99 "Would you help me, Officer Gelepsi?" asks the coroner. "This fella is pretty heavy. He's on a diet now, though (haw haw)." 100 Officer Gelepsi and the coroner struggle to carry the victim into the back of the coroner's vehicle. 101 "Bye, Sonny! I gotta dig up a date for tonight (haw!)," the cheerful coroner yells over his shoulder. 102 The coroner has work to do - and since you don't want to end up on his table next to Woody, you decide to MOVE! 103 You're not close enough to your car's door. 104 Your car door is locked 105 Close the trunk first. 106 You should put your field kit in the trunk first.

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0 You have to have your field kit to do that. 1 "The coroner is arriving, Sonny." Keith informs you. 2 There is a dead person in the trunk. 3 You find a note which had been hidden by the body. 4 You see nothing but blood. 5 No thanks. You first. 6 The dead man's fingers are stiff, indicating that he has been dead for a few hours. 7 You take pictures of the murder scene, and return the camera to the kit. 8 You have already collected a sample of this blood. 9 You use an eyedropper to draw up some of the victim's blood. 10 You return the eye dropper to the kit, and add the vial of blood to your inventory of evidence. 11 You see no footprints worth casting. 12 Looking around carefully, you decide there's nothing worth using your last plastic baggy on. 13 You look at the blood, and feel a little squeamish. 14 The body has been removed from the trunk. 15 The man has no pulse, no breath and shows signs of having been dead for several hours. 16 The body's already gone. 17 That's the coroner's job. You'd better wait until he arrives. 18 "Howa you doing, Sonny? I sure hope you finda the clues." Mario offers. 19 The coroner says, "I'll take the body as soon as you're finished with it, Bonds." 20 Who are you talking to? 21 Get a hold of yourself! This guy is DEAD! 22 The murdered man looks familiar, but you can't place his face... 23 "Wait..." you think, "I know him! That's Woody Roberts!" 24 Suddenly it all comes back. "He testified at Bains' trial last year." 25 Looks like he took a bullet in the head. There are no other obvious wounds. 26 You see what appear to be powder burns around the wound indicating that the gun was very close to the victim's head. 27 The victim is dressed in expensive, but old, ill-fitting clothes. Perhaps he had been well-off once, but no longer. 28 Someone has carefully emptied this man's pockets. You find nothing. 29 Searching thoroughly, you find a corner of an envelope clutched in the victim's left hand. 30 Carefully, you search the body and find... 31 ...nothing. 32 The body has been removed. 33 You decide to keep the envelope corner as evidence. 34 You don't have it. 35 You pry the stiff fingers loose and take the corner of an envelope. 36 There is nothing like that here. 37 You don't see any of those here. 38 Closing the trunk would hinder the investigation.

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0 You see nothing of interest near the restaurant. 1 You are, however, mighty hungry, and you want to see your girlfriend. 2 You don't need to enter the construction area. 3 You're not close enough to an open trunk. 4 Your car's "hatch-back" hasn't worked since its warranty expired. 5 It's the best restaurant in the county, even though it's not the fanciest or the most expensive. 6 It looks like it's closed, for some reason. 7 You're parked near the entrance of "Arnie's" restaurant. 8 You're outdoors. You're not in a room. 9 Visa. Mastercard. 10 Closed. 11 Open. 12 The restaurant is called "Arnie's". 13 Hot asphalt. 14 It's a blue sky. 15 It's your unmarked blue sedan, all alone in the lot. 16 It's your car, of course, all alone in the lot. 17 Yep. There are other cars in the lot...all street-legal. 18 Green and bushy. 19 You can't enter the restaurant because the door's locked. 20 You can enter the restaurant through the door. 21 Someone's ALWAYS tearing up the pavement and leaving hazardous holes. 22 You look, but can't see anything through the drawn mini blinds. 23 Go on! Get out and look around first. 24 Get in your car first. 25 You place your field kit inside the trunk. 26 You don't have the field kit. 27 Open the trunk first. 28 You're not close enough to your car's trunk. 29 You take your field kit from the trunk. 30 The field kit is not in the trunk. 31 Can't you read? The restaurant's closed! 32 Just walk on in! 33 OK. It's unlocked. 34 The door is already unlocked. 35 You need a key to unlock this door. 36 You're not close enough. 37 OK. It's locked. 38 The door is already locked. 39 It's already open. 40 You need a key to open this trunk. 41 It's already closed. 42 "Gee, Sonny," says Keith. "I guess the restaurant's closed." 43 "Go on and eat," says Keith. "Sleep sounds better than food, so I think I'll catch a quick snooze. Don't tell the Captain!" 44 You're not close enough to your car's door. 45 Your car door is locked 46 Close the trunk first. 47 You should put your field kit in the trunk first.

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0 What kind of a gentleman are you, leaving without saying goodbye to Marie? 1 "Hi, Sonny!" 2 "I'm so glad to see you. Please sit down." 3 Even for Lytton, this is a very classy place to dine. The wallpaper is white velveteen and the napkins are linen. 4 You look, but all you see is a bony knee here and there. 5 The elegant tables are made of solid oak. 6 There are some limited edition prints on the wall. There is a partition which separates the rear of the restaurant from the front. 7 In one corner, you can see the stain left from a leaky roof. 8 The carpeting was chosen in a light blue by Nguyen Interiors, Inc. It does little to hide the food stains. 9 Constructed from forest products, it separates the smoking section from the non-smoking section. 10 A telephone is located on the counter. 11 Manufactured by the Steelton Phone Company. 12 The cash register is located on the desk 13 Looks delicious! 14 You notice that the other customers don't have any food on their tables. 15 His velveteen outfit is very stylish. He seems to know his business. 16 The couple at the table seem happy and content. 17 He's not around to look at. 18 Marie slips you a sidelong glance. She suspects that you're looking at another woman. 19 You want to gaze into Marie's eyes. You'd better sit down. 20 You can't get over what a knockout Marie is! 21 The cash register is a modern point-of-sale computer terminal which feeds its information to Arnie's home office. 22 It's a fake rubber plant. 23 The painting adorning the wall is in a new style called "Computer Art." 24 There isn't any marijuana in here. 25 You see the parking lot through the window. 26 It informs patrons that the Smoking Section is behind the partition. 27 You can't read it from where you're standing. 28 Searching the partition is not in the realm of logical thinking. 29 You wouldn't want to upset the patrons. 30 Who ya gonna call...Crimebusters? 31 You could be arrested for doing that. 32 It would look nice in your apartment, but you really shouldn't. 33 That would be stealing. 34 "Thanks, Sonny!" 35 Good. A positive outlook. 36 Marie just looks at you thoughtfully. 37 Being negative never helps. 38 "It's funny...he doesn't look like a bum." 39 You beg Marie for her affections. 40 Not much luck on this side of the room. 41 Thinking you're the waiter, the diner says..."I'll take the #3 medium well, with baked potato and... oh yes, a side order of mushrooms, please." 42 "Unless you're the waiter," the man snarls, "I don't need a thing." 43 "Give me a break!" the customer snaps, "can't you see I'm trying to eat?" 44 "Try begging at the next table, BUB!" 45 "Why you poor thing," the lady says, "are you lost?" 46 With a smile the man says, "I'll have the special of the day with iced tea, please." 47 All of the people are on the other side of the room. 48 Marie says, "Sonny, you're not paying attention to me!" 49 He's not around to talk to. 50 He's the strong, silent type. He only waits. 51 Why don't you sit down with her first. 52 "Gosh, Sonny. This food looks so good! Let's eat, shall we?" 53 "Why don't you give the man your order?" says Marie. 54 All excited, Marie says..."Oh precious, I'm so happy to see you!" 55 "My life is so different now," she says, "and it's all because of you. I owe everything to you, Sonny!" 56 Marie just looks longingly into your eyes. 57 You're talking to yourself again. 58 Kiss who? 59 "Not in front of the waiter, Sonny!" Marie says. 60 "Not now, Sonny!" Marie says. "The waiter'll be here any minute." 61 "Golly gee!" the customer declares. "It must be one of them there preeverts that you read about in the papers. Go on, buddy! Get away! Shoo! Shoo!" 62 Embarrassed, she says..."Oh Sonny, you shouldn't talk like that." 63 "WOW!" she says. 64 "Have a drink of water, Sonny. You must be getting warm." 65 Without saying anything, Marie blushes, but her eyes remain fixed on yours. 66 Here??? In the restaurant??? 67 He answers..."Meatloaf is $5.00, prime rib is $8.00, and the lobster is $16.00" 68 Better ask the waiter, if you can get his attention. 69 This restaurant has no menus. You must ask the waiter. 70 He answers..."Meatloaf is $3.00, prime rib is $4.00, and the lobster is $8.00" 71 With a tear in her eye, Marie says, "S-S-S-Sonny! Are you BUSTING me????" 72 You whip out the ole badge, and the customer says... "Now what??" 73 After you have displayed your badge, the patron says: "So what?" 74 You show your badge and the customer lashes out..."Whatsa matter, am I holding my fork wrong or something?" 75 "Good day officer," he says, after you have displayed your badge. 76 Quit flashing your badge at the wall! 77 Being the big tipper you are, you throw down $5.00. 78 Oops! You're down to your last cash...better not leave a tip! 79 Most people wait until they've finished eating. 80 You might as well eat your food before paying for it. 81 Good food takes a little time. 82 So...go sit down and order some food, first! 83 Have some patience! The waiter will take your order. 84 There's food on your plate...eat it if you're hungry. 85 Have some patience with the poor waiter! 86 Your food is on the way. 87 The waiter's in back flirting with the cook. 88 Your choice comes with the meal. 89 Sit down first. 90 Maybe a little later. 91 You feel like eating something before you have a drink. 92 Sit at the table in order to eat. 93 You've already cleaned your plate. 94 Can't you tell from the taste in your mouth that you're already eating? 95 You don't have any food of your own yet. 96 She already has them. 97 Why don't you sit down first? 98 Wait until the waiter's taken your order. 99 You didn't buy them when you had a chance. 100 On her lap??! Try your own chair! 101 You can't sit down any farther! 102 Why don't you sit with your girlfriend? 103 Snif! 104 Get up from where? You're already standing! 105 "Please find a table, Sir, and we'll be right with you," says the waiter. 106 "Good day sir," says the waiter..."Our specials of the day are meatloaf, prime rib, and lobster." 107 Continuing he says, "Which would you prefer?" 108 "Very good, sir. The lobster is excellent this season. And what will you have, young lady?" 109 "A wise choice....very frugal. And what will you have, young lady?" 110 "Our beef comes only from contented steers. And what will you have, young lady?" 111 "I'll have the lobster!" says Marie. 112 You've already ordered food. 113 Wait for the waiter. 114 You must be seated at a table if you want to order. 115 "Thank you very much sir" the waiter says, "your order will be ready shortly." 116 Here comes the chow! 117 "Your dinner, sir. Please enjoy." 118 What kind of turkey are you, leaving without paying? 119 "Here is the bill, sir" 120 Paying your bill, you thank the waiter for the fine food and service. 121 Uh-oh! It seems you've spent too much of your ready cash. Even worse than that, you're overextended on your credit cards. 122 Embarrassed, because you're broke, you ask the waiter if he has any dishes to wash. 123 Hungry, you consume the meal in record time. 124 "WOW! You're some kisser, Sonny!" 125 "I don't know how much more of this I can take, Sonny!" 126 Marie says, "Listen, Sonny...we'd better go somewhere more private if you're going to keep this up." 127 "Oh, by the way," she says..."How do you like my new lipstick? It's called Pink Rapture." 128 "I really like it" she says, "It's my favorite. It's so PINK!" 129 Marie says, "Oh Sonny. I've been so worried for you." 130 "I know that Jessie Bains is looking for revenge. I know he's out to get even, especially with you." 131 "I'm scared Sonny! Promise you'll stop in and see me sometime tomorrow. I need to know that you're all right." 132 Don't get up. Order your dinner. 133 Don't get up yet. You just got here. 134 "Sonny! Where are you going, Sonny? Don't leave me!" 135 Oh, Sonny....you're WONDERFUL!!! 136 "Boy!" you think to yourself. "A romantic evening like this sure works up the old appetite." 137 You think to yourself..."What a wonderful time to get romantic, Sonny. Marie looks positively delicious!"

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0 There is a note pinned to the door. 1 From inside the car, Keith yells: "C'mon, Sonny! We've got things to do!" 2 G-R-R-R-R-R-ROWF ! 3 As Marie's next-door neighbor, a little old lady from Pasadena, rounds the corner with her brood of prize pit bulls, you decide to stay near Marie's house. 4 Keith yells... "Sonny watch out !!!!" 5 You shouldn't be wasting your time walking around. 6 SCREEEEECH... 7 T*H*U*M*P !!! 8 Take it off the door first. 9 The note says... 10 Dear Sonny, Gone shopping. Love, Marie 11 What note? Where? 12 You're not close enough to an open trunk. 13 Your car's "hatchback" hasn't worked since its warranty expired. 14 The "Princessette", constructed by Oscar Cano, Inc. This tract was completed back in January 1978, three days before the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Denver Broncos by a score of 27-10 in Super Bowl XII. 15 The rooms are in the house. You're outside. 16 Marie keeps everything well manicured, pruned, and free of weeds. 17 Nothing of interest there. 18 Your mind is wandering. You're getting off track. 19 The fence encloses the back yard. 20 You look at a folded piece of paper with your name..."Sonny"...on the front. 21 The stucco's in pretty good shape, and so is the paint. 22 It's your late-model, unmarked patrol car. 23 It's your car. You'd know it anywhere. 24 He looks back at you from inside the car. 25 You can't see him from where you're standing. The sunlight is reflecting off the car windows. 26 Keith is slouching along behind you. 27 He's not here. 28 You peer through the window pane but are unable to see anything. 29 You can't see from here. Go closer to the window. 30 You see nothing unusual about the garage. 31 You should be closer to get a good look. 32 There's nothing special about the door. 33 Your car door looks fine. 34 Go on! Get out and look around first. 35 Get in your car first. 36 You take the spare key from above the door, unlock the door, and replace the key. 37 You enter Marie's house. 38 You can't quite reach it. 39 You already have plenty of keys. 40 From inside the car, Keith says: "Go on and look around, partner. I'll keep an eye on things out here." 41 He can't hear you from inside the car. 42 Keith is strangely silent at the moment. 43 You take the note off the door. 44 You already have the note. 45 You place your field kit inside the trunk. 46 You don't have the field kit. 47 Open the trunk first. 48 You're not close enough to your car's trunk. 49 You take your field kit from the trunk. 50 The field kit is not in the trunk. 51 The door would be easier. 52 You aren't close enough to the fence. 53 Marie is sweet but high-spirited. Breaking her window would definitely put you in deep trouble. 54 You shout..."POLICE!", but silence is all you hear in return. 55 You are not close enough to the door. 56 No answer. 57 You listen after you call Marie's name, but not a sound can you detect from inside the house. 58 You listen, but no sound can be detected from inside the house. 59 The door is locked. 60 Fortunately, you know that there is a spare key hidden above the door. You get the key, unlock the door, and replace the key. 61 The garage door is locked. 62 Fortunately, you know that there is a spare key hidden above the door. You get the key and unlock the door. 63 You can't. It takes an automatic garage door opener, and you don't have one. 64 OK. It's unlocked. 65 The door is already unlocked. 66 You need a key to unlock this door. 67 You're not close enough. 68 OK. It's locked. 69 The door is already locked. 70 It's already open. 71 You need a key to open this trunk. 72 It's already closed. 73 "Let's go, Sonny." 74 Keith grunts, "I'll wait for you here." 75 Keith yells: "I'm coming, Sonny!" 76 You're not close enough to the door. 77 Your car door is locked 78 Close the trunk first. 79 You should put your field kit in the trunk first.

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0 The appearance of Marie's living room speaks for itself. Your heart sinks and your head starts swimming. 1 "Oh, Marie!" you think..."What has that maniac done to you??!" 2 Nothing...it's not even dusty! 3 You're in the wrong room to do that. 4 Somehow, in the middle of all the mess, the kitchen remains tidy and neat. 5 You look around an immaculately clean kitchen. 6 The hall leads to the single bedroom. You see nothing out of the ordinary. 7 You look around an apparently empty living room. However, you can see definite signs of struggle. 8 You look around an apparently empty living room. 9 Keith is taking care of it. 10 You search her bedroom from top to bottom, but you come up empty-handed. You can still smell her perfume in the air. 11 The bed is neatly made and everything's put away nicely. You can smell her sweet perfume in the air. 12 You're not in the bedroom. 13 As you stare blankly at the ceiling, thoughts of Marie dance through your head. 14 The ground is outside. In here, it's called the floor. 15 You see a lamp turned over on the floor. An ashtray is next to it. 16 You see various items of furniture turned over on the floor. 17 As usual, the floor is clean. 18 The phone is on the sofa with the cord ripped from the wall. 19 This is Marie's favorite sofa. 20 You're in the wrong room to be looking at the sofa. 21 The walls are bright and freshly painted. 22 There are paintings hung here and there. 23 Go into the hall. 24 Nothing unusual. 25 You're in the wrong room to be looking at the chair. 26 The table is bare. The phone was on it. 27 The table is bare. The lamp and ashtray were on it. 28 Go closer to the table. 29 The phone is on the table. 30 You see a lamp and an ashtray. 31 It's a pink Contel designer phone. 32 You're in the wrong room to be looking at the telephone. 33 You see an empty ashtray. 34 In the ashtray, you see a partially burned piece of paper. 35 It is clean. Marie doesn't smoke. 36 You're in the wrong room to be looking at the ashtray. 37 There is a fluorescent lamp overhead. 38 There is a single light in the hall. 39 It'll never work again. 40 An imported ceramic lamp from Mexico. 41 There are no paintings in the kitchen. 42 Abstract art, by Sierra's very own graphic artist, "Vu". 43 The houseplants in the kitchen are flourishing. 44 Glancing around her bedroom briefly, you glimpse the flowers you once gave her. 45 "Yeah!" you think. "I ought to get Marie some flowers today." 46 The little fake potted plant almost looks real. 47 There's no marijuana in here. 48 You look through the window into Marie's back yard.... You think to yourself, "Nothing unusual out there." 49 You see nothing on the counter here. 50 You should go into the kitchen. 51 You look, but find nothing that will help you. 52 You must be in the kitchen to get a good look. 53 It's a 19-inch "DynaView" color portable. 54 You're in the wrong room to be looking at the television. 55 Useless! 56 Very pretty. 57 You must go over to the bathroom in order to look at it. 58 You've already looked there. 59 He's down the hall. 60 Just good old Keith! 61 He's not here. 62 You read over a list of names..."Roberts, Wilkans, Colby, Bonds." 63 "Mercy, Mercy!" you think to yourself, as you realize... "This is Bains' hit list...and..." 64 "Now that murderous scumbag has Marie!" 65 You don't have it. 66 You search the deep crevices of the sofa and find... 67 "How about that!" you think to yourself, "a $2 bill." 68 You slip the bill into your money clip. 69 You search the deep crevices of the sofa, but there are no clues. 70 Go closer to the sofa. 71 You search the deep crevices of the chair and find... 72 "How about that!" you think to yourself, "a $1 bill." 73 You search the deep crevices of the chair, but there are no clues. 74 Go closer to the chair. 75 You look through everything, but you see nothing that could help you. 76 There's no reason to search it. 77 Huh? 78 You don't see anything unusual. 79 Why are you searching Marie's house? 80 Go into the kitchen. 81 You find no more substantial evidence. 82 So far, you haven't seen any substantial evidence. 83 No clues there. 84 Marie is not here. 85 It's Marie's favorite, "Silky Lace". 86 The fragrance is too faint to smell. 87 You don't need to take the ashtray. 88 The table wouldn't help you. 89 You already have it. 90 You don't see it here. 91 Go closer to it. 92 You pick it up and carefully unfold it. 93 You're on the wrong track. 94 Nothing about the lamp will help. 95 It's not big enough to hide behind, and you would look funny carrying it around. 96 You don't need it. 97 You've got to be kidding! 98 There's no need to do that. 99 That isn't necessary. 100 Keith simply grunts in reply. 101 You're talking to yourself again... Keith's not here. 102 Don't bother. You've already looked in there. 103 There are no clues, and you're not hungry. 104 "Hmmmm..." you say to yourself. "Marie sure stocks a mean kitchen!" 105 You munch down a piece of fruit. 106 You're not in the right room. 107 Specify where you want to apply the powder. 108 You don't have your field kit. 109 Carefully, you apply the fingerprint powder ... you examine the powder and think to yourself... "Not worth processing." 110 A wasted effort. 111 Using the tape, you carefully transfer the print to a 3x5 card. 112 There aren't any prints. 113 Don't you know the correct way to get fingerprints? 114 It's been torn from the wall. It's inoperative. 115 You can hold it. 116 First, go into the bathroom. 117 You don't need to do that now. 118 You don't have time to watch TV. 119 You're too upset to sit and relax. 120 You have business to take care of, Bonds. 121 Trying to keep your composure, you say to Keith... 122 "OK, Keith, why don't you go check out the back of the house? I'll look around here." 123 Hearing you open the door, Keith hollers: "Hey, Sonny! Wait up!" 124 This is Marie's bathroom. As usual, it is neat and tidy. Marie is not here. You close the door. 125 There are signs of a struggle in Marie's bathroom. Marie is not here. You close the door.

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0 OK. 1 It would probably be a good idea to wait until you've arrived. 2 Suddenly, in your rear-view mirror, you notice the flashing lights of a police cruiser. 3 "What did I do now?" you think to yourself, as you pull over to the curb. 4 You don't recognize the young traffic cop who approaches your window. 5 "Officer Bonds," he says nervously, "Captain Hall wants to see you." 6 "uh..." he continues, "the APB says that it's URGENT! You're to report to him IMMEDIATELY... uh, OK?" 7 You don't need your gun in the car. 8 You don't have a police radio in your personal car. 9 Your keys are in the ignition. 10 There's nothing special about your car's ignition system. 11 Your speedometer indicates you're within the local 35 mph speed limit. 12 You're getting nowhere fast. 13 Outside the car's window, you see... 14 ... the newly built Lytton Airport parking lot and terminal building. 15 ... the Snuggler's Inn. Sleezy and cheap, it's a motel for the down-and-out. 16 Arnie's restaurant. Their food is good, and the service is adequate. 17 Oak Tree Mall. This is Lytton's major shopping area. 18 Cotton Cove. It's a poorly-kept-up park. It holds many fond memories from your youth. 19 ... the underground parking structure of the new Lytton Justice Building. The city jail's entrance is nearby. 20 ... a typical American neighborhood. You're parked in front of Marie Wilkan's house. 21 ... the warehouse district. A lot goes down around here, free from prying eyes. 22 ... the Lytton Police Station and parking lot. The detective's entrance is nearby. 23 ... the streets of Lytton as they fly by. 24 You see flashing lights behind you. 25 You're getting paranoid. Don't worry... nobody's following you. 26 Don't be so vain! 27 You look in the mirror and think to yourself... "You good looking devil you!" 28 Your car's dashboard looks like any other economy car's. 29 In the ignition, you see keys on a ring. 30 The brown "rubber" of the steering wheel is very stylishly molded. 31 You see an adventure gamer looking over your shoulder. 32 You look, but the view isn't that good from here. 33 Click... 34 Nothing. The radio's warranty has expired. But that's ok - it sounded terrible anyway. 35 Good idea. Safety first. 36 The car's "automatic climate control system" is on the fritz. 37 Since you don't smoke, you use the ashtray for change. However, it's empty at the moment. 38 The visors are made of cheap plastic. Fortunately, the sun isn't in your eyes right now. 39 The little gutless-wonder of an engine is running. 40 The car's engine is off. 41 The glove box is already open. 42 The glove box is already closed. 43 Open the glove box first. 44 There are no keys here. 45 You take the keys from the ignition. 46 OK 47 You see no card here. 48 There is no paper here. 49 This is the vehicle's registration. Careful examination reveals that this car belongs to Sonny Bonds. Why... that's YOU! 50 The registration should stay in the car, so you return it to the glove box. 51 You can't see much from inside the car. 52 You're behind the wheel of your personal car. Marie talked you into trading in your sports car for this... "sensible" compact model. 53 beeep beeep 54 To drive somewhere, type: "drive to (destination)" 55 You're already going there. 56 You're already there. 57 Murder? What murder? 58 You have hotter leads to follow. 59 Lytton has seen many businesses fail in the last year... and that was one of them. 60 That's a great place, but it's too far to drive there right now. 61 You don't need to drive there. 62 A good detective always knows where he's going.

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0 You can't turn back now. 1 The bathroom is occupied now. 2 "Welcome aboard Iguana Airlines. May you have an enjoyable flight." 3 As you feel the engines begin to roar, the Captain makes an announcement. "Attention, ladies and gentlemen!" he says. "This is your captain speaking..." 4 "We are about to take off. At this time, we ask that all passengers take their seats and fasten their seat belts. Thank you." 5 The stewardess says to you..."Sir, we'll be departing momentarily. Please%sfasten your seat belt." 6 You relax as the plane prepares to taxi toward the runway. 7 The captain announces, "We are beginning our ascent to 25,000 feet. Please keep your seat belts fastened until we have reached our maximum altitude. Thank you for your cooperation." 8 It's not a very spectacular view while sitting on the ground. 9 Please get closer to your seat (It's right next to Keith's.) 10 Keith says, "I hope this flight goes by quickly." 11 First sit down. 12 The rest room is occupied. 13 You hear a faint voice from inside... "Have a little patience." 14 The stewardess politely tells you..."I'm sorry, sir, but they didn't give a reason." 15 "We will be departing in a moment. Please fasten your seat belt and observe the No Smoking signs," says the stewardess. 16 The stewardess says to you..."Sir, we'll be departing momentarily. Please find your seat, and fasten your seat belt." 17 Wait until the plane has reached cruising altitude. 18 Ok. 19 Wait until the plane has taken off. 20 It would be a good idea to sit down first. 21 Because you are not complying with the regulations, therefore causing the flight to be delayed, you are being removed from the plane. 22 "Would you happen to be Detective Bonds?" the stewardess asks. 23 "I'm sorry to have disturbed you, sir," the stewardess says. 24 Keith says to you, "Sonny, what's wrong with you?" 25 He then says to the stewardess, "Yes, this is Detective Bonds and I'm Detective Robinson. Is there a problem?" 26 You acknowledge that you are Detective Bonds and ask what the problem is. 27 "The tower has just directed us to return to the airport," she tells you..."Captain Fletcher Hall says that you should continue your investigation in Lytton because he called ahead to Houston police and the suspect was not on the flight." 28 You unfasten your seat belt, stand up and exit the plane. 29 Just as you feel the aircraft level out, the Captain makes an announcement. "Attention ladies and gentlemen" he says, "this is your captain speaking..." 30 "We have reached cruising altitude." He continues, "Please feel free to remove your seat belt." 31 Finishing, he says..."Our stewardess is at your service, and may you have an enjoyable flight." 32 "We have beer, wine, bourbon, soda, water and coffee" she says. "Which would you prefer?" 33 "Excuse me, sir." 34 She says, "If you would like anything else, just call me." 35 "Ok, fine." 36 Keith says, "Be patient. The stewardess will be by shortly." 37 She's right here! 38 You don't have anything to drink. 39 "Can I help you?" she says. 40 Call the stewardess if you would like to talk to her. 41 The stewardess is not close enough. 42 She says, "Honey, I don't give out my phone number to guys like you." 43 "If you would like anything, just call me." 44 The stewardess is not taking your order. 45 "One soft drink. That will be two dollars please." As you pay for the drink, you thank the stewardess. 46 After tasting the very flat soft drink, you give the rest to Keith. 47 You do not have enough money. 48 "I'm sorry, but only drinks are served on this flight." 49 "Here you are. Water and coffee are complimentary." 50 Wincing, you drink the coffee and think..."MY GAWD! the coffee back at the office isn't so bad after all." 51 You sip the cold, refreshing water. 52 She smiles and says..."Here you are, sir. That will be three dollars, please." As you pay for your drink, you thank the stewardess. 53 You down the alchohol quickly, and it seems to make you feel better...for the moment. 54 Keith pipes up and says..." I don't want to sound like I'm running your life Sonny, but you shouldn't be drinking." 55 You are now under the influence of alcohol. 56 You begin to feel the effects of the drinks. 57 That is not available on this flight. 58 You don't have to go to the bathroom now. 59 What for?

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0 You don't have your gun. 1 You don't need to use your gun now. 2 Your seat belt is fastened. 3 It is standard police procedure to draw your gun before firing it. 4 CLICK! 5 What hijacker? 6 The stewardess is on her break. 7 You see two men dressed in strange clothes coming up the aisle. Maybe they are part of the flight crew? 8 Keith sits expectantly, waiting for the excitement in Steelton. 9 Some passengers chatter away while others sleep off the "Airplane Blues." 10 The stewardess says, "Hello". 11 Keith says, "Isn't this a nice plane ride?" 12 The passengers are too busy either sleeping or talking and don't want to make conversation with you. 13 You had better use your gun. 14 Just face and shoot. 15 You are not sitting. 16 You already are. 17 The hijacker looks angry and upset. 18 The stewardess is in a state of panic. 19 The hijacker's gun looks very deadly! 20 Keith's face is pale and dripping with sweat. 21 The passengers are all rather scared. 22 A tense and nervous atmosphere fills the room as a hijacking is in process. 23 The hijacker does not speak much English. Besides, he's busy hijacking this plane and does not want to talk with you. 24 The stewardess is too frantic to talk. 25 Keith tries to speak, but nothing intelligible comes out. 26 The passengers are all watching the hijacking and don't want to make conversation with you. 27 Self cueing 28 You fire at the hijacker but unfortunately, the stewardess was in the way. You hit her and the hijacker kills you. 29 You fire at the hijacker but miss because of your intoxicated condition. Unfortunately he didn't miss you! 30 You fire at the hijacker but miss because your gun is not sighted. 31 Because of your furtive movement, the hijacker unloads on you. 32 As the stewardess struggles trying to break free, the man screams out... 33 "DO NOT MOVE, PEEEGS! or I weel blow out her brains." 34 "Theees plane ees ours!" he commands. "In the name of `The Shieeek of The Golden Sands'! 35 Just then, the Captain speaks over the PA system. 36 "This is the Captain" he says. "We are being hijacked! Please do as they say, and don't try to be a hero." 37 He continues, "These people mean business. They're armed, and they have a bomb on board." 38 "All they want," he says, "is safe passage to their desert home of Bum Aroun, Egypt." 39 The masked hijacker kills you, avenging his companions death. 40 With master marksmanship, your bullet has found its target. The hijacker falls to the floor, and in his dying breath he says... 41 "I'm taking you all with me," he says in a fading voice, "the timing device on the bomb has been activated." 42 You put your gun back in your holster, and survey the onslaught. 43 The people on the plane look relieved. 44 The stewardess, still badly shaken up, thanks you very much for saving her life and then heads into the cockpit. 45 Keith says, "Boy, Sonny, you're a hero. But we had better find that bomb or else." 46 "I'll go check the cockpit for the bomb; you search the cabin area."

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0 Carefully moving the trash, you look at the bottom of the can and speak out loud..."Nothing there. I'm running out of time!" 1 You see nothing special. 2 In the can you see a lot of trash. 3 You don't need it. 4 It doesn't have much to say. 5 You don't need to. 6 You have better things to do. 7 That would not be helpful. 8 You don't see that here. 9 Just walk to it and it will open automatically. 10 They look rather drab. 11 You look relieved, but also badly shaken. 12 You look in the mirror, you don't see anything but yourself in it, and so you continue the search. 13 With time running out, and desperation changing to panic, you look all around the sink in search of the bomb, and... 14 You find nothing but dripping water. 15 "YUK!" You look, but all you come up with is one nasty smell. 16 You don't see anything special. 17 You can't see the windows from the restroom. 18 Looking around the room, you see a sink, a toilet, a trash can, and a paper towel dispenser. 19 It would not be a good idea to try to exit the plane at 25,000 feet. 20 You better take care of the bomb on board! 21 Leave the guns alone. The danger has passed. 22 One hijacker brandishes an Uzi and the other a 9 mm Beretta. 23 You search carefully. Finding nothing, you move on. 24 You find nothing in this luggage compartment. 25 The passengers look very distressed. 26 "Please find the bomb!" 27 "I have no idea where it is!" 28 "We're all going to die!!!" 29 Slightly excited, the passenger says, "You're looking in the wrong spot, Officer! Our lives are at stake!" 30 The unmasked hijacker wears a turban, a grey jacket, jeans and has a 9 mm Beretta clutched in his hands. 31 The masked hijacker wears a ski mask, a loose green jacket with many pockets, and blue jeans. He has an Uzi machine gun in his grip. 32 Keith is already checking the cockpit; you're searching the passenger area. 33 You check but the lifeless body is missing all vital signs. 34 Be more specific about what you want to search. 35 Please be more specific about what you want to search on the unmasked hijacker? 36 Please be more specific about what you want to search on the masked hijacker? 37 Which hijacker: the masked or the unmasked one? 38 You find nothing in the jacket pockets of the unmasked hijacker. 39 You find nothing in the jacket pockets of the masked hijacker. 40 You find a pair of wire clippers in the jacket pocket of the masked hijacker. 41 Looking through the shirt of the %s hijacker you find nothing. 42 You check the unmasked hijacker's pockets and find what appears to be some sort of name on an ID card. 43 You look at the name on the obviously phony ID card..."Ahmad Abad Duud." 44 You put the ID back in his pocket for later identification. 45 Looking through the pants of the masked hijacker you find nothing. 46 You find nothing more. 47 You search the unmasked hijackers turban and find a piece of paper entitled: BUILDING YOUR OWN BOMB. 48 You lift the mask off the hijacker and find nothing but an ugly face. 49 You don't see a bomb here. 50 What do you want to search on the unmasked hijacker? 51 What? 52 What do you want to search on the masked hijacker? 53 The timer stops. The bomb is disarmed! 54 You don't need the disarmed bomb. 55 Ok. 56 As you take the bomb... 57 The bomb is already disarmed. 58 How do you propose to do that? 59 There is a blue, white, yellow, and purple wire attached to the bomb. 60 There are four wires: a blue, white, yellow, and purple one. 61 The blue wire is %s. 62 The white wire is %s. 63 The yellow wire is %s. 64 The purple wire is %s. 65 Please specify either the blue, white, yellow, or purple wire. 66 You don't see a timing device here. 67 The device is off. 68 The timing device quickly ticks down. 69 The bomb has four wires and a timing device. 70 You don't see a bomb? 71 In the towel dispenser is a bomb! 72 You look at the paper towel dispenser, but you see nothing out of the ordinary. 73 It looks like it could easily blow up this plane! 74 It's already open. 75 It is not yet open. 76 The towels seem to be stuck. 77 That would not be a good idea. 78 You'll need something to cut the wires apart. 79 Leave the bomb alone...it is disarmed. 80 You can't do that now. 81 It already is. 82 Snip. 83 It is already connected. 84 You put the blue wire together. 85 You put the white wire together. 86 You put the yellow wire together. 87 You put the purple wire together.

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0 You announce to everyone that you have successfully disarmed the bomb. 1 Everyone cheers and offers words of praise. 2 Keith says, "Well done, Sonny. I couldn't have done a better job myself!" 3 The captain comes over the intercom and says, "We are now landing. Please sit down and buckle your seatbelts." 4 The captain announces, "We are now on the ground." 5 "Let's get off this plane, Sonny," Keith says. "I've had enough excitement for a while." 6 The Deputy Sky Marshall walks up and says..."My My, Son! What in heavens name did y'all get into here?" 7 With your heart pounding and your voice breaking, you explain in detail the events surrounding the attempted hijacking. 8 You give the Sky Marshall the paper and wire clippers, telling how you disarmed the bomb. 9 The Deputy Sky Marshall, after taking down your statement, says... "Well, it looks like a job well done to me feller. Y'all go right ahead on with your business, and we'll finish cleaning up this mess." 10 You and Keith leave the plane, and search around Steelton. You talk to the Steelton police and they are unable to help you. 11 You and Keith find that Colby has been murdered, but there are no clues. 12 Two days later, the Steelton police find Marie's body in a gutter, with multiple gun shot wounds to the head. 13 It really would have been a good idea to call the Steelton police before you arrived - just like the Captain suggested. 14 You and Keith leave the airplane, and are met at the airport by Officer Jarvis Pitman. 15 He provides you with transportation to the Police Station.

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0 "I'm waiting, Bonds!" 1 Officer Moore says..."Well, here I am, Bonds. What can I do for you?" 2 "I don't like diving alone, and I'm the only diver available," Moore says. "You wouldn't happen to have a scuba certification card, would you?" 3 You say "Yes, I do." 4 You think to yourself: "Now, where did I put that?" 5 "Well? If you have it, show it to me," Officer Moore says impatiently. 6 "Sorry. I can't take you with me without a diving certificate." 7 You show your scuba certification card to the diver. 8 "OK. Wait here while I change." 9 Reluctantly, Officer Moore says to you..."Ok, I don't like it, but I'll go ahead and dive alone. I just hope my supervisor doesn't catch me." 10 Wow! This guy's a quick-change artist! 11 "Ok, Bonds," says Moore, "the equipment is in the van. Just take what you need." 12 "Don't leave me here." says the diver, "Just stand by 'till I come out of the river." 13 Officer Moore puts his mask and fins on, climbs into the water, and disappears from sight beneath the surface. 14 Officer Moore puts his mask and fins on, climbs into the water, and disappears from sight beneath the surface. You quickly put on your fins and follow him into the swiftly-moving river. 15 "There you are, Sonny! I've found the body. Come with me." 16 After recovering the body of the jailer, you hurry to change back into street clothes. 17 Exhausted and frustrated, you hurry to change back into your street clothes. 18 Back in the van, you change your clothes, and pick up all your things. 19 You have NEVER seen Keith move this fast! 20 It's a long walk to anywhere, Sonny. 21 Even the squirrels around here know not to go into the street. 22 A bag lady across the street gives you a dirty look, then hurries on her way. 23 You didn't go scuba diving with your gun. 24 You don't have any scuba equipment. 25 Your tank of air is exhausted, and so are you. 26 Officer Moore wants to see your diving certificate. Not your badge. 27 Who are you trying to impress? 28 Out here in public? That's illegal! 29 You know you've seen it somewhere, but where? 30 Officer Moore says, "Hi, Sonny." 31 He can't hear you. 32 I wouldn't advise it, but it's up to you. 33 That's a fine idea... but how? 34 "HALT! POLICE!!" you shout. 35 Who are you talking to? 36 Bains' face is a mask of hatred. 37 Are you serious??? This man is trying to kill you! 38 The memories return as you read, "M.W + S.B" 39 You carved those initials one night in high school. Marie wanted to watch the submarine races, but they were called off due to low tide. 40 You can't read the initials from way over here. 41 Just walk up to it. 42 You have no reason to do that. 43 That's nowhere to be seen. 44 The van's not yours. 45 You look, but can't find any evidence here. 46 Officer Moore is in top physical condition. He's an energetic and happy kind of guy. 47 He's not here. 48 Bains has jumped into his getaway car, and is speeding off. 49 There are no cars here. 50 All you can make out, as the car whizzes by you, is "C03". 51 The van's license plate is of no interest to you. 52 There are no license plates here. 53 This is a 'Special Forces' van, used just for unusual circumstances. 54 You look, but find nothing behind the tree. 55 You look, but find nothing under the bush. 56 You look and see a heart, with initials, carved into the trunk of the tree. 57 From this distance, it looks like any other oak tree. 58 This is Cotton Cove. It brings back many memories of your youth. 59 You look all around, but find nothing. 60 You look, but don't see any expended shells. 61 Officer Moore can't hear you. You'd better get closer. 62 That's a fine idea. But how? 63 Although shaking from surprise, confusion, and fear, you somehow manage to return fire! 64 Unfortunately, however, the flight of your bullet misses its target, and the killer continues his ambush! 65 Although the flight of your bullet misses its target, it comes close enough to cause the suspect to take leg bail. 66 As Bains comes running towards you, you notice the gun in his hand, analyze the situation quickly, and take action. Although your bullet misses its mark, it comes close enough for the suspect to take leg bail. 67 Your nerves on edge, you fired wildly into the bushes. Was it Bains, or a little boy playing? Without knowing, you should not have discharged your weapon. Next time, be sure you are in danger before firing. 68 Just before taking a hot round in the chest, you hear Bains yell... "This one's for you, PIG!!!" 69 Too bad, so sad, you've been had. But wait! All is not lost. Just restore your game and begin again. Next time though, make sure your gun is properly sighted in and pointed in the right direction. 70 Too bad, so sad, you've been had. But wait! All is not lost. Just restore your game and begin again. Next time though, you might try returning gun fire before it's too late. 71 "That was BAINS!" shouts Keith. 72 "Gee, Sonny, did YOU see THAT?!" gasps Keith. "Sonny. Sonny? SONNY!?" 73 "Don't worry; Keith will explain in his report how he heroically 'watched your back'."

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0 It's a long walk to anywhere, Sonny. 1 Even the squirrels around here know not to go into the street. 2 A bag lady across the street gives you a dirty look, then hurries on her way. 3 She said upriver, not downriver. 4 There's nothing back this way except a smelly old swamp. 5 The fishing's better over here, Sonny. Come back! 6 Judging from the stench, you think you may have discovered a toxic waste dump. 7 "There's the diving team, Sonny," Keith points out. "You go ahead. We'll stand by the radio in case they spot Bains." 8 You flash your badge, impressing no one. 9 Through the hole in the fence, you see a swampy area. 10 You're too far away to see any details. 11 The weathered old fence has been here for some time. Many kids have carved their initials in it. Yours are there, somewhere. 12 You read: "J.S. + D.C." "B.H. + J.C." "B.F. + S.C." "C.C. + R.L." "J.W. + D.W." 13 You don't need to use your field kit here. 14 You notice that the car has four tires. 15 "Hmmm," you think to yourself, "that car needs to be washed." 16 Looking at the car, you remember that it's time to change your oil. 17 This is a 'Special Forces' van, used just for unusual circumstances. 18 That's nowhere to be seen. 19 The tree's trunk holds up the rest of the tree. 20 You're not close enough to an open trunk. 21 Your car's "hatch-back" hasn't worked since its warranty expired. 22 Dead grass and bugs; believe me - those are the only things under there. 23 You're too far away to move it. 24 You don't see anything but dirt under there. 25 They appear to be igneous rocks. Very grey, too. 26 The board is in a severe state of decay. 27 This telephone is for the convenience of the public. From the looks of it, it has been well used and abused. 28 It's not a pretty sight. The garbage-filled swamp should be cleaned up. 29 You can't see much of the swamp from here. 30 Officer Mario Gelepsi is a large, handsome man with a friendly smile... when he's not angry. 31 There are no uniformed officers in the area. 32 The young jogger is actually shaking with fear. 33 She's not anywhere in sight. 34 This is Cotton Cove. It brings back many memories of your youth. 35 Yes, you can smell the swamp. 36 You place your field kit inside the trunk. 37 You don't have the field kit. 38 Open the trunk first. 39 You're not close enough to your car's trunk. 40 You take your field kit from the trunk. 41 The field kit is not in the trunk. 42 How about that? 43 It's no help being negative. 44 You find two dimes in the phone's change box and deposit them into the phone. 45 A strange clicking sound is followed by a low buzz. You suspect something is wrong. 46 "Puleeez deposit twenty cents, sir," the operator whines. 47 To reach out and touch someone, you must first be close enough to reach out and touch the phone. 48 You can't get through. 49 OK. It's unlocked. 50 The door is already unlocked. 51 You need a key to unlock this door. 52 OK. It's locked. 53 The door is already locked. 54 It's already open. 55 You need a key to open this trunk. 56 It's already closed. 57 You try to calm the witness, but she's just too excited. 58 She's no where around. 59 There is no reason to call the coroner. 60 "Ok'a, Sonny, I'lla call the coroner for you," responds officer Gelepsi. 61 "I like talkin', Sonny," grunts Officer Gelepsi, "but shouldn't you be getting on with the investigation?" 62 Officer Gelepsi is a little hard of hearing. Better get closer. 63 Officer Gelepsi and Keith are busy discussing the details of the shoot-out. 64 Officer Gelepsi is busy talking to Keith. Listening, you hear some good gossip, but nothing relating to the task at hand. 65 "Hey, Sonny, where's your partner? And what are you doing driving your personal car?" Officer Gelepsi asks. 66 Keith says "I'm with ya, Sonny." 67 Get closer. 68 Keith is not here. 69 (You could talk all day, but she's a witness - so ASK her something!) 70 "Oh, Officer! It was terrible. There was... oh... BLOOD and... and... drag marks to the river!" 71 She can't hear you. 72 Who are you talking to? 73 The phone booth's door is broken and can't be closed. 74 You can't seem to attract her attention from this distance. 75 You're too far away for her to hear you. 76 "You're kinda cute, but I don't date cops." 77 "I've told you all I know, Officer," she stammers. 78 The girl tells you the location..."Just walk upriver about a hundred yards or so. It's right next to the water!" 79 "I saw blood... and drag marks..." she cries. 80 You listen carefully, but nobody answers you. 81 What are we doing back here, Sonny? 82 Keith looks at you accusingly; "We're too late, Sonny! I told you we should've come here right away. Captain Fletcher is gonna chew us out now!" 83 "What are we doing here?" Keith asks. "Are we going to meet someone?" 84 Keith says..."I don't think we can catch him Sonny! He's probably long gone." 85 Keith yells: "Wait up, Sonny! What's the rush, anyway?" 86 Keith tells Officer Gelepsi..."Mario, stand by and secure this area until we return!." 87 "I'lla stick 'round here an'a clean things up," Mario tells you. "See you'a later." 88 "M-my gosh'a, S-S-Sonny! I heard'a the GUNSHOTS!" stammers Officer Gelepsi. 89 "What's up, Sonny? I think'a you'a doin' fine." says Officer Gelepsi. 90 "What'sa up, guys?" Mario asks. 91 As the car pulls up, Keith winces..."Oh no! I can see from here it's a gal... You got me again, partner. Here's your buck." 92 As the car pulls up, Keith says..."Well Sonny, you should have taken the bet. I can see from here it's a gal." 93 "Hi'ya Sonny," Officer Gelepsi says, "The lady over there isa pretty shook up over what she'sa found. You'da better have a talk with her." 94 "I wasa listening ona the radio, Sonny," Officer Gelepsi grunts. "Too bad you lost that cocka-de-roacha." 95 Officer Gelepsi says, "Donn'a worry, Sonny. They'lla catch that cocka-de-roacha." 96 Officer Gelepsi continues... "I'lla stick around for awhile, just in case you need me." 97 "Hello AGAIN! You sure are friendly." 98 "Hello" 99 "You have a short memory. Maybe you'd better write this down." 100 "Shelly Wingate" 101 "108 Tenth Street" 102 "All right, buster, THAT does it! I'm leaving. YOU find that stuff WITHOUT ME!" 103 "I've always heard such nice things about policemen. But now I see where the nick-name 'pig' comes from." 104 "Why you filthy little sniveling creep!" 105 "If I weren't a LADY, I'd...!" 106 "Why you slimy little SQUID!" 107 In an excited voice the woman says... "I was jogging along the river's edge, and...and I came across something that looked like blood..." 108 Continuing, she says, "I stopped to look, and right next to the blood, I saw marks that looked like something had been dragged into the river. And... and footprints -- I saw footprints!" 109 You attempt to interrupt, but she keeps rolling it out as she says... "I got scared when I heard the brush crack, so I ran down here and called the Police." 110 The jogger says... "Officer, please go look! I hope nothing bad has happened." 111 The girl answers..."Not me! I'm not going back there!" she says, "I'll tell you where it is, but I'm not going!" 112 The jogger, frightened by the gunfire, runs away. 113 Keith says... "I'm right behind you partner." 114 "We've radioed for the diver, Sonny, and he'll be here shortly," Keith volunteers. 115 You're not close enough to your car's door. 116 "Hey, Sonny!" Keith shouts, "We can't leave yet. We haven't checked everything out." 117 Your car door is locked 118 Close the trunk first. 119 You should put your field kit in the trunk first.

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0 You have to have your field kit to do that. 1 As you inspect the evidence, Keith ambles into view... 2 Keith pipes up, "Hey! Look at that. I'll bet Bains snuffed that poor jailer and then threw the body into the river." 3 "You take care of the evidence, and I'll go radio a request for the dive team." 4 "Well, there he is," grunts Officer Moore. "I found him wedged in some rocks." 5 "It's not a pretty sight, eh, Sonny?" 6 "Did you forget something, Sonny?" Officer Moore asks. 7 It looks as though Officer Moore has decided to stay down a little longer. 8 It's a long walk to anywhere, Sonny. 9 Even the squirrels around here know not to go into the street. 10 "See ya, Sonny!" Officer Moore shouts after you. "I'll stay here with the body." 11 You didn't go scuba diving with your gun. 12 Officer Moore says, "Talk to Gelepsi, I'm staying here." 13 Keith says, "Let's find a body first!" 14 There is no need to call the coroner. 15 You don't have any scuba equipment. 16 Your tank of air is exhausted, and so are you. 17 "Yeah, maybe you overlooked some evidence." 18 Officer Moore looks at you in disgust. "Yeah, to a homicide dick like you, it's just one more dead body." 19 "I'm glad you came back anyway. Baby-sitting a corpse isn't my idea of a good time." 20 "Yeah, even though you're working homicide, you're still human, Sonny." 21 First, you apply the fingerprint powder. 22 You brush the powder away, but the garbage can is "clean". There are no useful prints. 23 Where you're standing, there's nothing to fingerprint. 24 You photograph the crime scene from several different angles. Then you return the camera to the field kit. 25 The man is dead. There can be no doubt. 26 You have already collected a sample of this blood. 27 You use the eye dropper to collect a sample of the coagulated blood and put it into the glass vial. 28 You return the eye dropper to the kit, and add the vial of blood to your inventory of evidence. 29 You have already taken a cast of the footprint, and there's not enough casting plaster for another. 30 You remove the box of casting powder. 31 You mix the powder to the proper consistency and pour it into the footprint depression. 32 After the liquid dries, you remove the impression of the footprint and add it to the list of evidence. 33 Looking around carefully, you decide there's nothing worth using your only plastic baggy on. 34 MERCY! Leave the poor guy where he is! 35 You view the victim's body and see what appears to be a bullet hole in the head and superficial cuts and scratches on the throat. 36 The hair and skin around the bullet hole have powder burns, indicating that the gun was very close to the victim's head. 37 The scratches on the victim's neck raise the possibility that the victim struggled with his killer. 38 Looking at that yields no further clues. 39 Unlike its owner, the young man's watch is still ticking. 40 It's not here. 41 You need scuba equipment to go diving. 42 YUK! 43 You're not close enough. 44 Moving the garbage around, you find discarded clothing. Looking closer, you see what appears to be spots of blood on the clothes. 45 You move the garbage around, but all you see is more garbage. 46 Moving the garbage can wouldn't help you.! 47 Sheeeeeoooooo! What an aroma! 48 You take a snoot-full of fresh air; NO cigarette smoke! 49 You already took the clothes. 50 You remove a pair of grey pants and a blue shirt from the can. 51 You think to yourself, "Man, these look like jail clothes....wait a minute! Here's a cloth nametag sewn onto the shirt." 52 What clothes? You don't see any here. 53 Having reasonable cause to believe a serious crime may have been committed, you need to gather and preserve evidence. Items in the "field kit" will aid you. 54 Officer Moore says, "Poor guy. He's just a few years older than my kid." 55 He can't hear you. 56 Officer Moore is still in his scuba equipment. 57 He's not here. 58 "J BAINS" 59 Please be more specific. 60 Near the river's edge, you look down and see what appear to be partially coagulated blood and drag marks. 61 You also see footprints in the soft, damp ground. 62 You see nothing but dirt, grass, and ants. 63 Watch out! A car can be a deadly weapon, too. 64 What car? 65 All you can make out is "C03". 66 What license plate? 67 As you suspected, you look in the garbage can and find... 68 "GARBAGE!" 69 You look, but find nothing behind the tree. 70 You look, but find nothing under the bush. 71 The trees here appear to be a variety of cottonwood. 72 You're in Cotton Cove. You remember the carefree days of your youth, when you played cops and robbers here. Now, however, it's very real...and much more serious. 73 "Gee, Sonny, did YOU see THAT?!" gasps Keith. "Sonny. Sonny? SONNY!?" 74 Thank you for playing Police Quest 2.

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0 Your mind is starting to go hazy as you realize that your air supply is gone. 1 You are having trouble getting enough air. 2 Without the weight belt, you struggle to stay down. 3 Exhausted from the effort, you decide to surface. 4 You can't talk NOW! 5 You don't have your field kit. 6 Taking off your scuba equipment is not a good idea. 7 Along with the junk, you see an old car on the bottom. There are huge boulders on the far side. 8 You see sunlight rippling through from the surface. 9 You find an old discarded wallet. Endless volumes of water have rendered it worthless. 10 Its just a waterlogged piece of paper. 11 The old car has been sitting here rusting away for a long time now. 12 You see a flicker of gold from the corner of your eye. 13 You are amazed at what you think this object could be. 14 Nothing but a rusted-out old beer can. You can tell it's an oldie by the fact that someone had to use a 'church key' on it. No 'pop-tops' in those days. 15 It's metal, but you can't make out what it is. 16 It's a pair of algae-covered underwater goggles, lost by a swimmer in the murky past. 17 There's a bald truck tire nestled deep in the mud next to a 55-gallon oil drum. 18 There is a lot of mud and trash on the river bottom. You will have to search it for clues or evidence. 19 You can't see it clearly from where you are. As a matter of fact, you have to be pretty close to see most objects underwater. 20 The numbers have rusted and deteriorated to the point that you can't make them out. 21 It's just a twisted scrap of metal, useless to you. 22 Although it looks like there's a cave, there really isn't. 23 You see nothing unusual. In fact, these rocks are downright boring. 24 A common variety of river bottom plant. 25 You look at a small school of "scaly-skinned" sucker fish, otherwise known as "carp". They are incompatible with the gullet, due to the numerous amount of bones. 26 Man, can they scuttle! 27 He's exploring the flora, fauna, and garbage....looking for evidence. 28 You see mud, rust, and a couple of crawfish. 29 As your wet suit fills, you think to yourself... "Why did I do that?" 30 A warm feeling comes over you. 31 Forget it! Nothing about this car will help you. The fish need it more than anyone else. 32 There is no need to move this rock. 33 They're a little too fast for you. 34 It would just cloud the water. 35 Why tear up the natural habitat of the "scaly-skinned" sucker fish? 36 They taste terrible, and besides...they're NOT evidence! 37 It wouldn't help you. 38 You don't need it; you already have a much nicer wallet. 39 You don't need it, and besides...it's too slimy and old. 40 You brush the mud off of an object that appears to be a badge. 41 You look at the badge and think to yourself, "This is like finding a needle in a haystack." 42 You know it's there somewhere, but you can't seem to lay your hands on it. 43 %u

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0 You don't have your field kit. 1 Taking off your scuba equipment is not a good idea. 2 You don't need to. 3 It's just a small waterfall. 4 Gazing into inner space, you see various items of junk scattered along the river bottom. You see huge boulders upriver, and a perpendicular wall on the far side. 5 You see sunlight rippling through from the surface. 6 Its just a waterlogged piece of paper. 7 You notice a glint of light reflecting off of an object. 8 You see an old rusted-out can. 9 It's just a good-for-nothing piece of metal. 10 The bottle is just part of the junk. It has no value. 11 There is a lot of mud and trash on the river bottom. You will have to search it for clues or evidence. 12 It's too wet to read. It's of no use. 13 You can't see it clearly from where you are. As a matter of fact, you have to be pretty close to see most objects underwater. 14 You need to get it first. 15 Although it looks like there's a cave, there really isn't. 16 You see large and small rocks. You see nothing of interest yet. 17 A common variety of river bottom plant. 18 You find nothing behind any of the rocks. 19 You look at a small school of "scaly-skinned" sucker fish, otherwise known as "carp". They are incompatible with the gullet, due to the numerous amount of bones. 20 If you could move any of these rocks, you wouldn't need to pack a gun. 21 As your wet suit fills, you think to yourself... "Why did I do that?" 22 A warm feeling comes over you. 23 What for?? 24 Why tear up the natural habitat of the "scaly-skinned" sucker fish? 25 They taste terrible, and besides...they're NOT evidence! 26 You know it's there somewhere, but you can't seem to lay your hands on it. 27 You take the can, look at it, and discard it. 28 You don't need it. 29 It's broken and worthless. 30 After picking it up, you look at the object, which is sharpened to a point. All of a sudden, in your head, a light comes on. 31 You remember what the prisoner said; how the suspect held a makeshift knife on the jailer during the escape. 32 You slip the knife into your belt and keep it as evidence. 33 You see nothing like that. But then, you must be close to objects to see them underwater. 34 It's a real tight fit back here, and you can't see a thing. 35 "ARRGGGHH!!!"....This is your final word as blackness overcomes you. Next time, be more aware of the requirements of diving. 36 Your mind is starting to go hazy as you realize that your air supply is gone. 37 You are having trouble getting enough air. 38 %u

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0 You don't have your field kit. 1 Taking off your scuba equipment is not a good idea. 2 You'd better get the body out of the river first. 3 Along with the river bottom vegetation, you see many large boulders. An old tire is half buried in the mud. The wreck of a small rowboat lies against the rocks. 4 You're not close enough. 5 Huh?? 6 You notice something apparently hidden behind some rocks. 7 You see nothing unusual. You're getting pretty tired of looking at rocks. 8 You look at a small school of the "scaly-skinned" sucker fish, otherwise known as "carp". They are incompatible with the gullet due to the numerous amount of bones. 9 You see sunlight rippling through from the surface. 10 It's a WRECK! No way to bail out of this baby! 11 A common variety of river bottom plant. 12 Looks like an old wine bottle. 13 You can't see it clearly from where you are. As a matter of fact, you have to be pretty close to see most objects underwater. 14 It's just a water-logged candy wrapper. 15 It's metal, but you can't make out what it is. 16 Just a discarded, rusty old can. 17 You see a half buried old tire next to the rock face. 18 It would be better to remove the body from the river first. 19 There is a lot of mud and trash on the river bottom. You will have to search it for clues or evidence. 20 The rock has been moved. 21 In general, moving the rocks down here would stir up a lot of mud. 22 What body? Where? 23 You have more important things to do. 24 You would consume all your air digging that tire out. It wouldn't fit in the patrol car, anyway. 25 They taste terrible, and besides...they're NOT evidence! 26 You could dry it out and use it for firewood. It's worthless for anything else. 27 It's of no use to you...the wine is long gone. 28 You know it's there somewhere, but you can't seem to lay your hands on it. 29 It's of no use to you...the beer that was in it is long gone. 30 You don't need it...the candy that was in it is long gone. 31 It's a worthless piece of junk and of no value to you. 32 No matter how hard you pull, it doesn't budge. 33 Huh? 34 "OH NO!" you think..."I'm caught in the current!". You realize...too late!...that the current through the rocks on this side of the river is much too strong! 35 Your mind is starting to go hazy as you realize that your air supply is gone. 36 You are having trouble getting enough air. 37 %u 38 You move the rocks, exposing a human hand... 39 Startled, you jerk backwards! 40 Regaining your composure, you take a closer look. It appears a body is wedged into the rocks. 41 Your diving partner notices you have found something, and he swims over to you. You take one side and your partner the other. Together you pull the body from the river.

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0 Before exiting, you put on some scuba equipment, and you leave everything else you have in the van. 1 Calm down. You have no need of your gun here. 2 Choose one of the tanks first. 3 In the van are various items used for diving. 4 You see some yellow air tanks, one gray tank, %s %s %s %s and fins. 5 The tanks contain compressed air used for scuba diving. 6 You may choose one of the yellow tanks. Which would you like; number 1, 2, or 3? 7 It is made of sturdy material and filled with lead weights. It is used to overcome bouyancy. 8 You can inflate it (from your tank) or deflate it to control your depth. 9 They help you to swim like a fish. 10 It's made of black rubber with a shatterproof glass faceplate. It's invaluable for keeping water and debris out of your eyes. 11 The wet suit is made of thick rubber. It provides bouyancy and insulation. 12 Looking out the window reminds you that Officer Moore is waiting for you. 13 Which one? 14 You already have that tank. 15 You can only use one tank at a time. 16 You remove the air tank from the back of the van. 17 You take the grey tank from its brackets, but decide that it is much too large for river diving, and you return it. 18 You already took that item. 19 You take the weight belt. 20 You take the diving mask. 21 The black pair of fins are too small for you. 22 You take the pair of yellow fins. 23 You've already changed into the wet suit. 24 You take the wet suit, and change into it. 25 You take one buoyancy control vest. 26 Be more specific, please. 27 First, take everything you'll need, then leave the van. 28 You put the tank back into its wall brackets. 29 You don't have a tank to put back. 30 Keep it: you'll need it to go diving. 31 %u

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0 You will need your car in order to leave the area. 1 You have no need to enter the mall. 2 The woman is busy giving Officer Haines her statement. 3 "What am I going to do now?" she says. "My husband is going to kill me when he finds out that the car was stolen!" 4 The lady looks very upset. 5 "I was only in the mall for a minute, and when I came out it was GONE. Oh, what am I going to tell my husband?" 6 You ask for the description of her car and she says... "Oh, yes! It's a 1986 compact Chevy station wagon. It's black, and the license number is...is... C035... Oh! That's all I can remember, Officer." 7 "That's all I can remember, Officer." 8 Officer Haines is not here. 9 Haines says, "You'll need a description of the lady's car, Sonny." 10 Officer Haines is busy taking the woman's statement. 11 Officer Haines is checking for possible witnesses. 12 "You know, Bonds," says Haines, " it's a good thing I had to pick up toothpaste for my wife, or we might not have found the jailer's car for a while." 13 Haines looks a bit dismayed by your clumsy attempts at extracting information from the lady. 14 Haines looks like he'll be glad to retire next year. 15 Your car's "hatch-back" hasn't worked since its warranty expired. 16 The trunk of the unmarked car is closed. 17 The trunk of the unmarked car is open. 18 You are not close enough to a trunk that you can open. 19 The trunk of the unmarked car is already open. 20 The trunk is already closed. 21 You already did. 22 You don't have it. 23 Ok. 24 Not now. 25 You already have it. 26 Your field kit is not in the trunk. 27 This is the main entrance to "Oak Tree Mall," the city's newest location for shopping convenience. 28 You look, but in vain. You find nothing. 29 You can't see past the reflection. 30 Just an ordinary car window. 31 Window? What window?!! 32 Just an ordinary car door. 33 Door? What door?!! 34 This is the mall parking lot. There are many cars parked here. 35 "Oak Tree Mall"...Yep, that's what it says. 36 There is no one in sight. 37 You look at the jailer's car and think... "A well kept Vette. What a nice blue color!" 38 "A fine looking machine!" you mumble to yourself. 39 "What a nice car!" you say, thinking out loud. "The guy must have put every nickel he made into it." 40 Looking around, you find nothing. 41 You look and find the rear plate missing. 42 You notice that the rear plate is missing. 43 The rear plate is missing. 44 You make a mental note of the front plate... personalized letters "WOW." 45 You look at the front plate which reads... "WOW." 46 You find a personalized front plate that reads..."WOW." You think to yourself,"Quite fitting for such a sharp Vette!" 47 You look at the license plate, but it doesn't ring a bell ! 48 You make a mental note of the front plate... personalized letters...."WOW" 49 You look at the front plate which reads... "WOW" 50 You find a personalized front plate that reads... "WOW" you think to yourself..." Quite fitting for such a sharp Vette!" 51 You don't need to open this door. 52 This side is locked. Try the other side. 53 You don't need anything from the police car. 54 Which car? 55 OK. It's unlocked 56 The door is already unlocked. 57 You need a key to unlock this door. 58 OK. It's unlocked. 59 You don't need to do that. 60 You're not close enough. 61 OK. It's locked. 62 The door is already locked. 63 You need a key to lock this door. 64 Keith yells: "I'm coming, Sonny!" 65 Keith says: "Wait up, Sonny!" 66 As you get into the car, you fill Keith in on what you've discovered. 67 You're not close enough to your car's door. 68 Your car door is locked. 69 Close the trunk first. 70 You should put your field kit in the trunk first. 71 Keith says, "Look Sonny, there's Haines." 72 You see Officer Haines approaching. 73 "This is definitely the Correctional Officer's car," Haines says... 74 "It's been sitting here a while, though," he continues. "The engine is cold." 75 "Sonny, I'm going to take a look around," Keith says. "You go ahead and check out the car." 76 Haines says, "I think I'll go check around a little. There may be some witnesses." 77 "Hey Sonny!" Haines shouts. "Looks like Bains may have taken another car. This lady says her car has been stolen." 78 "I figure you'll have some questions to ask her," says Haines. 79 "I'll take it from here Sonny," Haines assures you. "You've got your work cut out for you."

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0 The glove box isn't open. 1 You look at the registration ... After confirming the name, "Luis Pate", you return it to the glove box. 2 You don't see it. 3 You don't see them. 4 Looking the ammunition over, you think... "Hmmm, three rounds of .38 caliber. Better hang on to this for evidence." 5 There are no bullets here. 6 You look at the empty holster and ponder the whereabouts of the gun. You retain it for evidence. 7 There is no holster here. 8 You search diligently, finding nothing. 9 OK. 10 The glove box is already open. 11 You'll need your field kit. 12 You already did. 13 Carefully, you apply the dust and... Mumbling to yourself... "This print is too smudged to take." 14 Carefully, you apply the dust and ... Mumbling to yourself ... "Here's one worth taking!" 15 Carefully, you apply the fingerprint powder ... you examine the powder and think to yourself... "Not worth processing." 16 Don't you know the correct way to get fingerprints? 17 It isn't worth taking. 18 You've already gotten enough fingerprints. 19 Using the tape, you carefully "lift" the print. 20 You will need the bullets for evidence. 21 You will need the holster for evidence. 22 You have no reason to do that.

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0 He sure is UGLY! 1 Good old Keith! 2 You keep your eyes on the unusual-looking individual. 3 Good going, partner! 4 He's not here. 5 Acting fast, you whip out your badge and identify yourself. 6 The man just runs at you. 7 Your voice is lost in the vastness of the park. 8 Nobody can see your badge right now. 9 Who're you calling? Keith's here. 10 You key up your walkie-talkie and radio for help from Keith. 11 The man sees you using the walkie-talkie. It scares him, so he runs off. 12 The mugger's gone, Sonny. What's your story? 13 You key the walkie-talkie trying to raise Keith....you pause to listen, and then you hear... 14 "SCReech, SQuawk, SQuelch, SQuawk, SCReech..." 15 A lot of noise and no answer...you can't seem to get him. 16 The only thing you hear is..."Shhhh! Don't call unless you need me!" 17 You listen but he doesn't answer. 18 After trying to raise Keith and getting a lot of static, you think to yourself.... "WHEW! This is one sorry radio." 19 Calling for backup, already? What're you scared of, the flowers? 20 You don't have a radio. 21 You only have walkie-talkies designed for local use. 22 Looks like he's in the bag already. 23 You have to stop him first. 24 Keith's already done that. 25 There's nobody there. 26 Your a policeman! You shouldn't give in to criminals. 27 You don't need to. 28 He's off to jail, now. Besides, he wasn't a brilliant conversationalist the first time, anyway. 29 The mugger looks at you and says..."Listen, Pig, I ain't talking to nobody! You understand that?" 30 "Talk's cheap, man!" the mugger says. 31 It doesn't look like talking is this guy's specialty. 32 You notice that a man is approaching you. 33 Threatening you, the man says..."Give me all your money, dude, or I'll rip you apart with my bare hands." 34 "Let's have some fun, pal!" the mugger says. 35 The mugger seems to have had a little extra adrenaline pumping. He has managed to slap you into a deep coma. 36 Next time, try to react a little faster. Use your equipment. 37 Evidently, the mugger doesn't like cops. 38 You hear heavy breathing, hacking, and coughing as Keith escorts the would-be mugger back to you. 39 Breathing heavily, Keith says..."Sonny, I'm getting too old for this kind of stuff." 40 "Well," Keith says, "if you won't talk to him, I will!" 41 The mugger says..."Listen, Pig, I ain't talking to nobody! You understand that?" 42 Keith pipes up and says..."I'll take our little mugger friend and turn him over to Steelton PD."

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0 The mugger seems to have split. Perhaps he won't come too close to the Park entrance. 1 "Wait a minute," you think to yourself. "I can't leave the park now. I'd better get back and keep looking around." 2 Burt Park is not unlike many other city parks around the country. The trees, lawn, and other greenery set forth a peaceful mood. 3 You're outdoors. There are no rooms here. 4 The trees provide shade and beauty. 5 You admire the beauty of the shrubbery, but you see nothing out of the ordinary. 6 You gaze into the expanses of the upper atmosphere, and ponder the wonder of it all. 7 It makes you think of gravity and Isaac Newton. 8 You see a beautiful assortment of marigolds. 9 It could be any one of a genus of herbaceous composite plants with showy yellow or red and yellow flower heads. 10 The street lamp lights the entrance to the park. 11 You look at the majestic clouds and wonder... 12 "Will it rain?" 13 Yes, it's a public telephone. 14 You look at the public telephone and lo and behold, the number matches the one given to you by the Lieutenant! 15 It's a combination bird bath and wishing well. Nothing special about it. 16 It's a combination fountain and wishing well. Nothing special about it. 17 It's a combination bird bath and fountain. Nothing special about it. 18 It's a wooden sign with carved letters. 19 Homely, ain't he? 20 He's not around to look at. 21 Don't step on a crack! 22 You key the walkie-talkie trying to raise Keith....you pause to listen, and then you hear... 23 "SCReech, SQuawk, SQuelch, SQuawk, SCReech..." 24 A lot of noise and no answer...you can't seem to get him. 25 The only thing you hear is..."Shhhh! Don't call unless you need me!" 26 You listen but he doesn't answer. 27 After trying to raise Keith and getting a lot of static, you think to yourself...."WHEW! This is one sorry radio." 28 You don't have a radio. 29 You close your eyes...you make a wish...you wait...and then... 30 You find out it didn't help a bit. 31 Someone appears to have ripped the receiver off of the wall. 32 The door seems to be jammed open. 33 Considering the added bird droppings, it wouldn't be a good idea. 34 Unless you're a monkey, bear, squirrel, chipmunk, or some other tree dwelling animal, you don't need to do that. 35 We don't want you to UNbeautify the area! 36 You don't have a shovel, and besides....why would you want to do that? 37 Nowhere in the game will grass help you. 38 You don't have your field kit. 39 It wouldn't do you any good. At least a million fingers have punched those buttons at one time or another. 40 There's no future in doing that. 41 As you approach the park entrance, the patrol car's radio crackles: "Unit S56...we have a burglary in progress at 10th and Violet. Request you respond immediately. Over." 42 "Well, boys..." says Officer Pitman, "I gotta go. I doubt you'll find anything, but go ahead and look around the park." 43 "Right here's the telephone booth Bains used to make that call." 44 "Call us when you need to be picked up, or if you need any kind of assistance. Good luck!" 45 Keith looks around and says..."I think we should split up Sonny. Call me on the two-way if you need me." 46 Keith looks around and says..."I think we should split up Sonny. I'll check the park perimeter. Holler if you need me."

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0 Whoops! That's a mighty fast poodle. 1 That doggone dog's gone! 2 What dog? Where? 3 Yeah! Look at all the room in this park! 4 You look around this section of the park and see a beautiful pond. 5 The trees provide shade and beauty. 6 You admire the beauty of the shrubbery, but you see nothing out of the ordinary. 7 You gaze into the expanses of the upper atmosphere, and ponder the wonder of it all. 8 Dirt. Grass. No clues. 9 You see a beautiful assortment of jonquils. 10 It's a Mediterranean perennial bulbous herb. 11 The street lamp lights the entrance to the park. 12 You look at the majestic clouds and wonder... 13 "Will it rain, sleet, or snow?" 14 The rock is of no value to you...it's just a rock. 15 The pond really adds to the scenery... but that's all it does in this game. 16 What sidewalk? Where? 17 There's nobody there. 18 The little brown ducks will almost eat out of your hand. 19 Quit thinking of omelets! 20 It used to be part of the 14th hole at the old Steelton Golf Links. It's very nice sand, but you see nothing unusual. 21 Look here, Detective Bonds....this isn't a picnic, there's an ordinance prohibiting swimming in city parks, and besides all that, Sweet Cheeks is in deep trouble. Get going! 22 I suppose that next you'll want to tiptoe through the tulips! 23 Nowhere in the game will grass help you. 24 Are you nuts? 25 You took your vitamins this morning. Why would you want to do that? 26 You close your eyes...you make a wish...you wait...and then... 27 You realize that wishing just isn't getting it done. 28 Leave it for the ducks. 29 Unless you're a monkey, bear, squirrel, chipmunk, or some other tree dwelling animal, you don't need to do that. 30 You really don't have time. Besides, you don't have anything to feed them. 31 Planning a barbecue while your girlfriend's kidnapped? C'mon Sonny! Where's your sense of proportion? 32 You're overwrought, Sonny! 33 You try, but you might as well try moving the USS Enterprise. 34 Nobody can see your badge right now. 35 You key the walkie-talkie trying to raise Keith....you pause to listen, and then you hear... 36 "SCReech, SQuawk, SQuelch, SQuawk, SCReech..." 37 A lot of noise and no answer...you can't seem to get him. 38 The only thing you hear is..."Shhhh! Don't call unless you need me!" 39 You listen but he doesn't answer. 40 After trying to raise Keith and getting a lot of static, you think to yourself.... "WHEW! This is one sorry radio." 41 The mugger's gone, Sonny. What's your story? 42 He's off to jail, now. Besides, he wasn't a brilliant conversationalist the first time, anyway.

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0 Whoops! That's a mighty fast poodle. 1 That doggone dog's gone! 2 What dog? Where? 3 Mighty big room, this park! 4 There's nobody there. 5 It used to be part of the 15th hole at the old Steelton Golf Links. It's very nice sand, but you see nothing unusual. 6 It's pretty, but you see nothing unusual in this area of the park. 7 You look closely at a tree, but you can't find anything that even resembles a clue. 8 The chain-link fence delineates the park's boundary. 9 You admire the beauty of the shrubbery, but you see nothing out of the ordinary. 10 Yep, it's still there. 11 More dirt. More grass. No clues 12 The pond really adds to the scenery, but that's all it does in this game. 13 Let's see...those are cumulo-nimbus clouds....no, they're cirrus clouds....no.... 14 You wonder if it's going to rain. 15 You look all around the rock. You find nothing. 16 You see a beautiful assortment of pansies. 17 It's a garden plant derived chiefly from the wild pansy of Europe, a type of wild violet. 18 We don't want you to UNbeautify the area. 19 Nowhere in the game will grass help you. 20 You don't have a shovel, and besides....why would you want to do that? 21 You took your vitamins this morning. Why would you want to do that? 22 Leave it for the ducks. 23 The rocks are buried in the ground, and you don't have either the time or the earth-moving equipment. 24 There isn't a need to do that...so don't! 25 You haven't finished your search of the park yet. 26 It's only the tip of a large granite boulder. You couldn't move it. 27 Nobody can see your badge right now. 28 You key the walkie-talkie, trying to raise Keith....you pause to listen, and then you hear... 29 "SCReech, SQuawk, SQuelch, SQuawk, SCReech..." 30 A lot of noise and no answer...you can't seem to get him. 31 The only thing you hear is..."Shhhh! Don't call unless you need me!" 32 You listen but he doesn't answer. 33 After trying to raise Keith and getting a lot of static, you think to yourself...."WHEW! This is one sorry radio." 34 The mugger's gone, Sonny. What's your story? 35 He's off to jail, now. Besides, he wasn't a brilliant conversationalist the first time, anyway.

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0 Yeow! That was a close one! You'd better watch out that you don't fall into the open manhole. 1 Whoops! That's a mighty fast poodle. 2 That doggone dog's gone! 3 What dog? Where? 4 Mighty big room, this park! 5 The park is pretty this time of year. The air is sweet and clear, except near the manhole cover. 6 There's nobody there. 7 It used to be part of the 17th hole at the old Steelton Golf Links. It's very nice sand, but you see nothing unusual. 8 The little brown ducks will almost eat out of your hand. 9 Quit thinking of omelets! 10 You look closely at the tree, but you can't find anything that even resembles a clue. 11 You admire the beauty of the shrubbery, but you see nothing out the ordinary. 12 Meteorologists tell us that it's called the "sky". 13 You see a beautiful assortment of chrysanthemums. 14 It's an ornamental plant, grown for its brightly colored, often double flower head. 15 The pond really adds to the scenery, but that's all it does in this game. 16 The fluffy white clouds remind you of the cotton balls in Marie's makeup kit. 17 You look all around the rock. You find nothing. 18 Looking at the ground you see... 19 ...a manhole cover! 20 The open manhole yawns before you. 21 Good old Mother Earth! 22 It's too dark to tell what's down there without climbing in. 23 You can't see it. 24 It disappears into the darkness. 25 What ladder? Where? 26 What evidence? 27 You see gouge marks and torn lawn. 28 You're not close enough. 29 It looks like a normal manhole cover. You see evidence of recent use. 30 There's a ladder in the opening. Apparently, it leads down into the Steelton sewer system. 31 You're too far away. 32 You only have walkie-talkies designed for local use. 33 You really don't have time. Besides, you don't have anything to feed them. 34 Planning a barbecue while your girlfriend's kidnapped? C'mon Sonny! Where's your sense of proportion? 35 You're overwrought, Sonny! 36 You don't have a shovel, and besides....why would you want to do that? 37 You took your vitamins this morning. Why would you want to do that? 38 Look here, Detective Bonds....this ain't no picnic, there's an ordinance prohibiting swimming in city parks, and besides all that, Sweet Cheeks is in deep trouble. Get going! 39 Leave it for the ducks. 40 It's only the tip of a large granite boulder. You couldn't move it. Who'd want to, anyway? 41 The rocks are buried in the ground, and you don't have either the time or the earth-moving equipment. 42 There isn't a need to do that. 43 You haven't finished your search of the park yet. 44 They're public property, Sonny, as you well know! 45 Nowhere in the game will grass help you. 46 You don't need it. 47 Nobody can see your badge right now. 48 You key the walkie-talkie trying to raise Keith....you pause to listen, and then you hear... 49 "SCReech, SQuawk, SQuelch, SQuawk, SCReech..." 50 A lot of noise and no answer...you can't seem to get him. 51 The only thing you hear is..."Shhhh! Don't call unless you need me!" 52 You listen but he doesn't answer. 53 After trying to raise Keith and getting a lot of static, you think to yourself...."WHEW! This is one sorry radio." 54 The mugger's gone, Sonny. What's your story? 55 He's off to jail, now. Besides, he wasn't a brilliant conversationalist the first time, anyway. 56 You already opened it. 57 The cover's on pretty tight already. 58 What for? 59 You have to get to it first. 60 What? Where? 61 You step onto the ladder and begin the climb down. 62 How can you do that when you're standing on it? 63 Straining, you manage to slide the heavy cover off of the manhole.

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0 The willow tree's branches cover the ground. You look, but you see nothing interesting under or behind the tree. 1 Whoops! That's a mighty fast poodle. 2 That doggone dog's gone! 3 What dog? Where? 4 You look around and see a willow tree, flowers, and a chain link fence delineating the park boundary. 5 There's nobody there. 6 Yes, there's lots of room outdoors. 7 The willow tree is beautiful. It is also a sanctuary for our feathered friends. 8 Mighty fast earthworm! 9 It used to be part of the 18th hole at the old Steelton Golf Links. It's very nice sand, but you see nothing unusual. 10 Don't stand underneath them....you know why! 11 You admire the beauty of the shrubbery, but you see nothing out of the ordinary. 12 You've looked at your partner so often, you don't think about it too much. Is he getting a little paunchy? 13 It's lighted at night to help prevent muggings. 14 Good kite-flying weather. 15 Was that an earthworm? 16 You see a beautiful assortment of nasturtiums. 17 It's an herb with showy spurred flowers and pungent seeds. 18 There are several reasonably new redwood picnic tables in this part of the park. 19 The chain link fence marks the park boundary. 20 Its a white cloud. Definitely. 21 A typical park rock, of no value to you. 22 You're not an Indian scout, Sonny Bonds. You're a homicide detective, remember? 23 No time to relax, Sonny. Marie's life is in jeopardy. 24 You think to yourself..."Hey! That table would look great next to my barbecue, and I could.....Darn it! My mind's wandering again!" 25 If you don't get on with it, Sonny, you'll be picking flowers for your girlfriend's grave. 26 You don't have a shovel, and besides....why would you want to do that? 27 You took your vitamins this morning. Why would you want to do that? 28 Nowhere in the game will grass help you. 29 It wouldn't help you in any way to climb the fence. 30 The only thing you might get by moving the rock is a hernia. 31 The rocks are buried in the ground, and you have neither the time nor the earth-moving equipment. 32 You think to yourself..."Why not? I could take it home as a souvenir and mount it in my.....WAIT! What am I thinking about?" 33 Keith's already done that. 34 Nobody can see your badge right now. 35 You key the walkie-talkie trying to raise Keith....you pause to listen, and then you hear... 36 "SCReech, SQuawk, SQuelch, SQuawk, SCReech..." 37 A lot of noise and no answer...you can't seem to get him. 38 The only thing you hear is..."Shhhh! Don't call unless you need me!" 39 You listen but he doesn't answer. 40 After trying to raise Keith and getting a lot of static, you think to yourself...."WHEW! This is one sorry radio." 41 The mugger's gone, Sonny. What's your story? 42 He's off to jail, now. Besides, he wasn't a brilliant conversationalist the first time, anyway. 43 They're good for fishing, but they don't catch crooks!

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0 The willow tree's branches cover the ground. You look, but you see nothing interesting under or behind the tree. 1 Whoops! That's a mighty fast poodle. 2 That doggone dog's gone! 3 What dog? Where? 4 You look around and see a willow tree, flowers, and a chain link fence delineating the park boundary. 5 There's nobody there. 6 Yes, there's lots of room outdoors. 7 The willow tree is beautiful. It is also a sanctuary for our feathered friends. 8 Mighty fast earthworm! 9 It used to be part of the 18th hole at the old Steelton Golf Links. It's very nice sand, but you see nothing unusual. 10 Don't stand underneath them....you know why! 11 You admire the beauty of the shrubbery, but you see nothing out of the ordinary. 12 You've looked at your partner so often, you don't think about it too much. Is he getting a little paunchy? 13 It's lighted at night to help prevent muggings. 14 Good kite-flying weather. 15 Was that an earthworm? 16 You see a beautiful assortment of nasturtiums. 17 It's an herb with showy spurred flowers and pungent seeds. 18 There are several reasonably new redwood picnic tables in this part of the park. 19 The chain link fence marks the park boundary. 20 Its a white cloud. Definitely. 21 A typical park rock, of no value to you. 22 You're not an Indian scout, Sonny Bonds. You're a homicide detective, remember? 23 No time to relax, Sonny. Marie's life is in jeopardy. 24 You think to yourself..."Hey! That table would look great next to my barbecue, and I could.....Darn it! My mind's wandering again!" 25 If you don't get on with it, Sonny, you'll be picking flowers for your girlfriend's grave. 26 You don't have a shovel, and besides....why would you want to do that? 27 You took your vitamins this morning. Why would you want to do that? 28 Nowhere in the game will grass help you. 29 It wouldn't help you in any way to climb the fence. 30 The only thing you might get by moving the rock is a hernia. 31 The rocks are buried in the ground, and you have neither the time nor the earth-moving equipment. 32 You think to yourself..."Why not? I could take it home as a souvenir and mount it in my.....WAIT! What am I thinking about?" 33 Keith's already done that. 34 Nobody can see your badge right now. 35 You key the walkie-talkie trying to raise Keith....you pause to listen, and then you hear... 36 "SCReech, SQuawk, SQuelch, SQuawk, SCReech..." 37 A lot of noise and no answer...you can't seem to get him. 38 The only thing you hear is..."Shhhh! Don't call unless you need me!" 39 You listen but he doesn't answer. 40 After trying to raise Keith and getting a lot of static, you think to yourself...."WHEW! This is one sorry radio." 41 The mugger's gone, Sonny. What's your story? 42 He's off to jail, now. Besides, he wasn't a brilliant conversationalist the first time, anyway. 43 They're good for fishing, but they don't catch crooks!

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0 Yeee - ha - ha!! Lemme show you what this baby can DO! 1 Your pilot leads you and a still-shaken Keith to Steelton PD's Homicide Lieutenant's office.

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0 Keith says "Sonny, where are you going? Aren't we going to talk to the Lieutenant?" 1 The walls are sheetrock, painted white. The room is really bright. There is a map of Steelton with pushpins sticking into it. 2 You know...little plastic things with pointy tips. 3 It's manufactured by the Lytton Map Co. 4 Lift-out acoustic ceiling tiles... what did you expect? 5 The janitorial crew must be pretty good. The floor tile is highly polished. 6 The man looks like he is trying hastily to get something done. 7 The lieutenant looks like he earned the name "Wild Willy". 8 He's in his office. 9 The woman looks like she is busy reading some forms. 10 There are no women in here, unless Willy's got one hidden somewhere (it's possible!). 11 They're two way walkie-talkies that could allow you to communicate with your partner, Keith. 12 There are no radios in the front office. 13 It's relatively uncluttered when compared to Captain Hall's desk. 14 The woman's desk looks almost too neat and tidy. 15 The man's desk is covered with papers. There appear to be doodles all over them. 16 On the table, you see a pair of two-way radios. 17 There are no tables in here....just desks. 18 The offices here at Steelton PD are very similar to those back home in Lytton. 19 It's the lieutenant's private file cabinet. 20 There are, of course, file cabinets in the outer office. They're uniformly gray and nondescript. 21 "Hi! You must be Mr. Bonds and Mr. Robinson. The Lieutenant is waiting for you. Please go on in." 22 "The Lieutenant is waiting for you, sir." 23 "Have a nice day sir." 24 "How are you today, sir? I'm pleased to meet you, but if you don't mind, I have to get back to work." 25 Try talking to the Lieutenant. 26 "Officer Pitman is waiting for you." 27 "Go on, boys. Catch that ride to the park." 28 "C'mon, guys. I've told you all I know. I've got work to do now." 29 "Can't you take a hint? GET OUTTA HERE!!!!" 30 "C'mon, guys. I've told you all I know. I've got work to do, now." 31 C'mon. Don't be negative! 32 That's the spirit! 33 Nope! Only "Wild Willy" has rights to the file cabinet. 34 You don't need to go snooping around in someone else's files. 35 You're not close enough. 36 Its already open. 37 Who ya gonna call...Crimebusters? 38 You pick up the two-way radios, handing one of them to your partner, and the lieutenant says... 39 "Oh yes, I set those radios out for you boys. I thought they might come in handy while you're looking around the park." 40 You pick up the two-way radios from the table. They might come in handy while you and Keith are looking around the park. 41 You already have it. 42 "Wow!" Keith says. "That sure was fun, wasn't it, Sonny?" 43 The Lieutenant says "C'mon in....the door's open." 44 Wild Willy walks over, shakes your hand and says... 45 "Detectives Bonds and Robinson: Welcome to Steelton!" 46 "Well! you dudes are chasing one fine, upstanding citizen." Continuing, he says..."It seems this punk Bains has already started his handiwork here, too." 47 "You know the 'phone tap' subject Don Colby?" He asks. Without waiting for a reply, he goes on to say.... 48 "I hate to tell you boys this, but after putting a tap on Colby's phone, I sent an unmarked unit over to check on him, and..." 49 "My man found him deader than a doornail with a .32 cal hole in his head." 50 "We did manage to connect", Willy tells you, "on one threatening call from Bains. I don't think it will help but..." 51 "The call was traced to a pay phone in our local 'Burt Park.' 52 "I sent a man over there to have a look around," he says, "but nothing was found." 53 "You boys will probably want to go over there and look around." Willy grunts.."But I think you'll be spinning your wheels." 54 Wild Willy says..."I think Officer Pitman is waiting in the hall. He can drive you over to the park." 55 "Good luck, boys!" 56 Keith says, "Did you forget something, Sonny? I'll wait here for you." 57 The Lieutenant says "What's up, Bonds...did you forget something?" 58 Wild Willy says, "Oh, yeah, Bonds! Forgot the radios, didn't you? Go ahead and grab 'em. I've got some map work to do." 59 You and Keith are driven to 'Burt Park' by Jarvis Pitman, a twenty-year veteran who looks ten years younger than his real age. He regales you with stories of his escapades as a young patrolman. By the time you reach the park, you are beginning to wish he had retired last year. Sure enough, Officer Pitman climbs out of the patrol car and heads into the park with you, talking all the way.

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0 You read the "VIN" number: "S1234T10." 1 Gently and carefully, you use the fingerprint tape to lift the clear print impression from the rear view mirror. 2 You haven't found a valid print yet. 3 You are unable to pick up another valid print. 4 The glove box appears to be empty. 5 It's pretty clean. You start to look around at specific parts of the automobile, searching for clues or evidence. 6 Just old car dirt. 7 Simulated leather. 8 It's covered with fingerprint powder. 9 A shiny surface is liable to pick up good prints. 10 Occasionally, an airplane taking off or landing can be seen through the car window. 11 It's the lift-out kind. 12 Tinted glass. 13 You can't see inside. It's closed. 14 You're already doing that. 15 Simulated metal exterior. 16 You look very closely, but you see nothing remarkable. 17 Three-speed automatic. 18 The wheel has a wrap-around cover; the column contains accessory controls. 19 The horn ring is in the lower half of the steering wheel. 20 Somebody has been using it. 21 You see some cookie crumbs and an occasional dead leaf. There is nothing significant. 22 The seats are made of soft, dark blue cloth. They are empty. 23 There is nothing at all unusual about the doors. 24 The vinyl is in excellent shape. 25 You can't search it yet. It's closed. 26 OK. You search, but you find nothing. 27 Nothing unusual at all. No obvious evidence. 28 You reach into, under, and around the front and back seats, but you come up empty-handed. 29 Not even a partial print. 30 You carefully dust the glove box, but there are no useful impressions. 31 Nice try! The steering column is chromed and shiny, but the prints are too smeared to be readable. 32 The textured surface won't take a print. 33 It's too smeared for a clear impression. 34 There is so much ash that it looks like it's already been dusted for prints. You find nothing useful. 35 No good prints here! 36 You carefully dust the rear view mirror, and come up with one good print. 37 You found a good print there already. 38 You can't dust the car for prints. You don't have your field kit.

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0 You go home and spend a boring and restless evening as you contemplate the events of the day. Eventually you drift off to sleep, wondering why you never called Marie for a date. 1 Since you were not in the mood, you've let a nice, romantic evening with Marie slip through your fingers. She left the restaurant more than a little upset, and you wonder how you're going to talk your way out of this one!

Meanwhile, you must get back to the task at hand. 2 Although the meal was nice, and you had great fun with Marie, you must get back to the task at hand. You pay the waiter for your meal, leave him a generous tip, and see Marie home to her house. 3 Uh-oh! It seems you've spent too much of your ready cash. Even worse than that, you're overextended on your credit cards. Embarrassed, because you're broke, you ask the waiter if he has any dishes to wash. Marie sits at the table, embarrassed, while you wash, dry, and think about the case you're working on. 4 The meal was great, you had a lot of fun with Marie, but you must get back to the task at hand. You see Marie home. 5 The meal is barely noticed as you and Marie take advantage of the precious moment. You see her home, and the rest is history.....! 6 Well, Sonny Bonds! No one will ever know why you walked out on your girl at Arnie's Restaurant, but you must know how badly you hurt Marie's feelings. You will have to deal with your guilt as you work on the task at hand. 7 The next day....

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0 You have entered the City of Steelton's underground sewer complex. The dampness and subdued light gives you an eerie feeling... 1 It's an ordinary ladder. 2 You aren't on the ladder. 3 You can't go any further up.

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0 You step into the path of high pressure water being released from the surface... 1 And you're swept into the sewer . Your head hits hard during the fall, rendering you unconscious... 2 Unfortunately for you, the sewer does the rest. 3 You drown in the sewer because of an unfortunate accident. Next time, try to minimize the chance of it happening again.

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0 You seem to have made it through the pocket of deadly methane gas. 1 You seem to have passed through the deadly gas. You can take off your mask. 2 You don't see any bugs here. 3 You look at the enormous cockroaches and think to yourself... "The balance of nature is intact, even in the sewer...only the large and the healthy survive." 4 The bugs are not something to play with.

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0 You seem to have made it through the pocket of deadly methane gas. 1 You seem to have passed through the deadly gas. You can take off your mask. 2 You don't see any cockroaches here. 3 You look at the enormous cockroaches and think to yourself... "The balance of nature is intact, even in the sewer...only the large and the healthy survive." 4 The bugs are not something to play with.

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0 It is an ordinary ladder. 1 You don't see that here. 2 You strain to open the heavy cover, but you only succeed in making a lot of noise. 3 You aren't on the ladder. 4 You can't go up any farther. 5 Climbing the ladder, you come to a heavy steel manhole cover. 6 Unfortunately the noise alerted Bains, and you were caught by his ambush. 7 The noise you made alerted Bains, but fortunately he missed and fled.

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0 You seem to have made it through the pocket of deadly methane gas. 1 You seem to have passed through the deadly gas. You can take off your mask. 2 You don't see any bugs here. 3 You look at the enormous cockroaches and think to yourself... "The balance of nature is intact, even in the sewer...only the large and the healthy survive." 4 The bugs are not something to play with.

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0 You already have one. 1 You don't see a gas mask here. 2 You take the last gas mask from the cabinet. 3 It already is. 4 It looks like your standard sewer gas mask. 5 The cabinet is closed. 6 You see a gas mask in the cabinet. 7 The cabinet is empty. 8 You see walkways and grates that lead around the dark and smelly sewer. 9 On the wall, you see a cabinet that is %s. 10 On one wall is a cabinet. 11 You will find the mask useful. 12 You step into the path of high pressure water being released from the surface... 13 And you're swept into the sewer . Your head hits hard during the fall, rendering you unconscious... 14 Unfortunately for you, the sewer does the rest. 15 You drown in the sewer because of an unfortunate accident. Next time, try to minimize the chance of it happening again.

127.txtEdit

0 You seem to have made it through the pocket of deadly methane gas. 1 You seem to have passed through the deadly gas. You can take off your mask.

128.txtEdit

0 It's an ordinary ladder. 1 You don't see that here. 2 You strain to open the heavy cover, but you only succeed in making a lot of noise. 3 You aren't on the ladder. 4 You can't go any further up. 5 Climbing the ladder, you come to a heavy steel manhole cover. 6 Unfortunately the noise alerted Bains, and you were caught by his ambush. 7 The noise you made alerted Bains, but fortunately he missed and fled.

129.txtEdit

0 You seem to have made it through the pocket of deadly methane gas. 1 You seem to have passed through the deadly gas. You can take off your mask. 2 It's too dark in the hole to see anything. 3 The maintenance hole is for sewer personnel only. 4 The cover is too heavy to push. 5 Leave the hole alone...you can't climb down. 6 You don't see any bugs here. 7 You look at the enormous cockroaches and think to yourself... "The balance of nature is intact, even in the sewer...only the large and the healthy survive." 8 The bugs are not something to play with.

130.txtEdit

0 You are at a dead end. 1 You step into the path of high pressure water being released from the surface... 2 And you're swept into the sewer . Your head hits hard during the fall, rendering you unconscious... 3 Unfortunately for you, the sewer does the rest. 4 You drown in the sewer because of an unfortunate accident. Next time, try to minimize the chance of it happening again.

131.txtEdit

0 You have entered the City of Steelton's underground sewer complex. The dampness and subdued light gives you an eerie feeling... 1 There is a door here leading to ??? 2 You wonder what's behind it? 3 Just walk up to it. 4 You don't need to. 5 Unfortunately, Bains was waiting for you.

132.txtEdit

0 You're at a dead end.

133.txtEdit

0 Marie squirms excitedly in her chair as you approach. She says "MUMBLE, MUMBLE". 1 This is the control room for the sewer. There is a control panel on the back wall. 2 The gauges have normal readings. 3 The control panel has controls, but they are complicated and unimportant to you. 4 Pushing the buttons is not very constructive. 5 You're a police officer, not a sanitation engineer. 6 You don't hear much except Marie. 7 It smells only a little better in here. 8 You don't have the gas mask on. 9 You don't have a mask. 10 You don't need to wear the mask now. 11 Ok...she's tied up and gagged...now what? 12 She already is! 13 Move closer to untie her. 14 OK. 15 She already is. 16 Get closer. 17 After you tell Marie to keep quiet, Marie stops her struggling. 18 Marie is tied up in a chair. 19 Marie is nervous, but also excited to see you. 20 Marie is frozen in a state of panic. 21 Marie is overjoyed to see you and excited that both you and her are safe. 22 First, she looks like she wants to be untied. 23 Wait until later... 24 You have already done that. 25 Untie her first. 26 Why say that now? 27 You yell out to Bains to halt. 28 You cautiously walk into the room...you can't believe your eyes when you see... 29 "Marie!" you mumble, under your breath.."I've located Marie!" 30 Showing excitement from seeing you, Marie struggles against her restraints. 31 You nervously struggle with the rope...Finally you loosen her bonds and set her free. 32 She whispers in your ear about how happy she is to see you. Then... 33 She smothers you in her lipstick. 34 Marie is very nervous and excited. Crying loudly, she tells you how happy she is to see you. Then... 35 All of a sudden Bains appears in the control room... 36 Nervous and trying to stay as quiet as possible, Marie whispers... 37 "Please, S-S-Sonny, let's g-get out of here b-before h-he comes b-back." 38 Bains has the drop on you as he says...... 39 "I have you right where I want you, PIG EYES!!" 40 You're just in time to see the fire from Bains' gun. 41 In Marie's excited state of being, she raised her voice, alerting Bains. Next time try to calm her before untying her. 42 The sound of approaching footsteps interrupts your plans, and Marie says... 43 "OH MY GOD!!! He's coming back!" 44 Continuing she says,"Sonny! You must hide." 45 One loaded gun in your hand is worth two in the holster. 46 Standing out in the open, you shoot it out with Bains. Your nervousness causes you to miss. Unfortunately, he didn't. 47 The firefight between you and Bains ends with him winning. Remember, the one with the quick gun AND enough ammo wins. 48 The barrage is over. Bains lies motionless on the control room floor. 49 It appears that all the firing range practice has paid off. 50 Checking Bains, you find all vital signs have ceased. 51 You view Bains in his deceased state. Deep down inside, you kind of feel sorry for him. The reality, however, is that.... 52 the destructive vengeance of "The Death Angel" has been silenced. 53 "Oh Sonny!" Marie says..."You're my hero! I never want to be apart from you ever again!"

150.txtEdit

0 You don't have any extra ammo clips. 1 Checking your gun, you see that the clip is not yet empty, and you do not reload. 2 Loaded. 3 It is standard police procedure to draw your gun before firing it. 4 CLICK!

153.txtEdit

0 You do not have the field kit. 1 Your Detective's Field Kit is used to carry various things you will need in the course of your investigations:

Plastic Baggie Small Camera Casting Plaster Glass Vial Eye Dropper Fingerprint Powder Fingerprint Brush Fingerprint Tape 2 It's already closed. 3 You don't have the field kit. 4 Hair, dirt, and other items can be placed in the plastic evidence bag. 5 The camera is used to preserve crime scenes on film for later analysis. 6 Casting plaster can be used to make casts of foot prints. 7 The glass vial is used to hold small samples of blood and other liquids. 8 The eye dropper sucks up the liquid which is to be placed in the vial. 9 Fingerprints leave oily residue. The powder clings to this residue. 10 The brush is used to dust away excess fingerprint powder. 11 Once a good fingerprint is found, the tape is used to pick it up and transfer it to a fingerprint card. 12 You don't have your field kit. 13 Carefully, you apply the fingerprint powder and ... "Not worth processing" you think. 14 "Click!" You take a picture, and return the camera to your field kit. 15 The fingerprint tape is used only after finding a useful print. By picking up the print with the tape, it can be transferred to a card. 16 There's nothing here worth the trouble. 17 You see nothing worth wasting casting plaster on.

154.txtEdit

0 You don't have any extra ammo clips. 1 Checking your gun, you see that the clip is not yet empty, and you do not reload. 2 Loaded. 3 You don't need to use your gun now. 4 The compartments above the seats are for storing carry-on luggage, but since you have none, you do not need to bother with them. 5 The rest room is occupied. 6 The cockpit door is locked. Access is for crew members only. 7 It's empty. Just go in. 8 You knock, but no one answers. 9 You can't. 10 Leave the door alone. 11 "This is my seat, and I ain't moving!" growls the passenger. 12 "Find your seat, would you fella?" 13 In a rude tone of voice the passenger says... "Would you kindly sit down and quit asking questions." 14 The passenger looks at you and says..."Great day for flying, eh mister?" 15 "I'm reading." 16 You cannot talk to anyone from where you are sitting. 17 She's not here. 18 The stewardess screams out, "You low life! Leave your hands to yourself!" 19 The stewardess does not seem interested in talking with you at this time. 20 The bathroom is in the back of the plane. 21 She looks at your ID and then says..."Hello there, Officer Bonds." 22 The stewardess leans over, and quietly whispers in your ear... 23 "You dirt bag!" 24 You are not sitting down. 25 Your seat belt is already buckled. 26 Ok. 27 Your seat belt is already unbuckled. 28 You already are. 29 You are not near enough to your seat. 30 It's a little hard to do that while your seat belt is fastened. 31 You are already standing. 32 You don't need to right now. 33 The stewardess is not serving drinks now. 34 The Captain's busy flying the plane. 35 You try to relax and sleep, but there's something about airplanes that you find unsettling. 36 The stewardess is kind of cute, but not as cute as Marie. 37 There are all types of passengers on board: businessmen, families, singles, and old folks. 38 You see nothing special. 39 You see blue sky, and the clouds drift by. 40 The seats are fairly comfortable, although a little too low to the ground. 41 You're standing in front of the rest room door. 42 There is a cockpit door and exit door in the front and a door in the back leading to a bathroom.

155.txtEdit

0 Keith stammers, "S-Sonny! Bains... he was SHOOTING at you!" 1 "I'm with you, Sonny!" Keith responds. 2 Keith's not here. 3 Who are you talking to? 4 Go ahead. 5 That's a good idea. Do that. 6 She looks awfully mean, and you decide to stay here where it's safe. 7 These are of a species known as "Gargantium Pussiwilliums" 8 The trees provide shade in the summer, and drop a lot of leaves in the fall. 9 Although you admire the beauty of the shrubbery, you see nothing out of the ordinary. 10 You gaze into the expanses of the upper atmosphere, and ponder the wonder of it all. More relaxed now, you return your attention to Cotton Cove. 11 The grass is green, and the ants are waiting to be invited to a picnic. Many shoes have left their impressions in the sandy soil. 12 Broken, black asphalt is all you see beneath your feet. 13 The nearest lake is 40 miles away. Clearwater River is nearby, however. 14 You see nothing special about the rocks, but it's nice you don't take them for granite. 15 You see nothing unusual about the bank across the river. 16 How can you see it? You aren't looking at it. 17 Clearwater River deserves its name. Fed by mountain streams, its water is icy cold, and flows very rapidly through the rocks. 18 To really see why Clearwater River got its name, you must get closer. 19 The pavement doesn't hold your interest. 20 Who are you looking for? 21 Cotton Cove with its greenery, is a quiet recreational area, with the Clearwater River flowing in the background. 22 You're in Cotton Cove. You remember the care-free days of your youth when you played cops and robbers here. Now, however, it's very real...and much more serious. 23 You have an unneasy feeling, as though you are being watched. 24 Unless you're a monkey, bear, squirrel, chipmunk, or some other tree dwelling animal, you don't need to do that. 25 Not a good idea. 26 You don't need it. 27 No where in the game will grass help you. 28 It is tempting, but you're not on vacation. 29 From way over here? 30 Just look around.

156.txtEdit

0 Looking at the bulletin board you think, "Humm, nothing of interest here." 1 The file cabinet contains many reports, case histories, and other police stuff. 2 You note fair weather as you look through the window. 3 A map of Lytton hangs on the wall. 4 You don't see anything interesting. 5 It's just a standard office phone. 6 Not the best, but it beats sitting on the floor. 7 You see a bulletin board and map. 8 The bookshelf is filled with volumes of departmental manuals. The material would bore you to tears. 9 Looking at the peaceful, relaxing poster of the South Sea Isles almost throws your brain into neutral. 10 "Hi, Sonny." 11 There's plenty of light in here already. 12 Go to your desk to use a phone. 13 It isn't ringing. 14 You're wasting your time. 15 There is no reason to climb the desk 16 There is a chair and desk especially designated for you, but this isn't it. 17 The air conditioner works fine. 18 It wouldn't help you.

200.txtEdit

0 Name: Jim Walls 1 Weight: 200 lbs 2 Height: 5'10" 3 Hair: Light Brown 4 Eyes: Green 5 Wanted: For excessive verbosity 6 Alias: B.B.Walls 7 MO: Author and 8 designer of 9 Police Quest II 10 11 One Year has passed since Detective Sonny Bonds successfully brought Jessie Bains (The Death Angel) to justice. Bains' world of rampant drugs and open violence, the world he controlled so well, has been silenced. As the memory of this animal slowly fades, the city of Lytton once again lives in the peace and serenity of its past. 12 Officer Sonny Bonds has been promoted to the position of Homicide Detective.

The day begins with Detective Bonds arriving for another routine work day, or so it seems...

205.txtEdit

0 The lights are permanent fixtures. 1 It does not have an on/off switch 2 Your flesh crawls as you gaze at the subterranean rodent. 3 You have more important objectives. 4 The rat is too quick. 5 You're not hungry right now. 6 You see walkways and grates that lead around the dark and smelly sewer. Pipes line the walls, and lights barely illuminate the darkness.%s 7 You see a drain pipe on the wall. 8 A brightly-colored ladder leads to the surface. 9 The slime slowly seeps through the sewer. 10 The metal grate spans the sickening sewer water. 11 The drain pipe looks kind of lethal. 12 What drain pipe? 13 Sewer water rushes beneath the drain into the main sewer. 14 What drain? 15 The faucet can only be turned on with a special wrench. 16 What faucet? 17 The slime and dampness on the walls make you cringe. 18 You don't see any bugs here. 19 On the pipe, you see a rat scurrying about its business. 20 The slimy brick walkway makes the footing difficult. 21 The ceiling of the sewer doesn't look any better than the ground - slime, slime, slime. 22 As you look into the murky fluid, you think to yourself... "Mercy sakes, how nasty!" 23 One light %s%s 24 A distant echo and the occasional sound of dripping water is all that you hear. 25 The pungent odor stifles your nostrils. 26 Your walkie talkie does not seem to be working in here. 27 You can't do anything with the faucet. 28 What mask? 29 You don't have the gas mask on. 30 You don't have a mask. 31 You don't need to wear the mask now. 32 You already are. 33 You feel weak and light-headed. 34 Your breathing becomes labored, and you can't seem to get enough air. 35 You feel a burning sensation in your eyes. 36 Just before losing consciousness, while slumping to the floor, you realize... 37 Oh no! It's..It's..methane gas.

225.txtEdit

0 You're not close enough to your car's door. 1 Your car door is locked 2 Close the trunk first. 3 You should put your field kit in the trunk first. 4 You will need your car in order to leave the area. 5 The motel manager is fuming when he says... "You dudes aren't gonna get away with this! You're gonna pay for that damage!!" 6 "I'm telling you!" says the manager, "This just hasn't been my year." 7 "You guys did a bang-up job of ruining my day!" the manager says. "Now how about getting lost?" 8 "Yes Officer," he says... "what can I do for you ?" 9 You don't have your wallet. 10 "GET SERIOUS, MAC!" says the manager... "After the mess you made, you guys ain't renting nothing!" 11 Slightly upset, the manager says..."I only have four words for you jerks!...#$%* the b%& o&%!!!" 12 The manager quickly says... "Why, so you can blow up another one?" 13 "Well" the manager says, "the photograph is vaguely familiar...I believe his name was William Cole." 14 "Ah ha!" says Keith, "Bains is using the name Cole." 15 "Well" the manager says, "I don't remember seeing him." 16 You don't have it. 17 The manager says, "Who are you looking for now?" 18 Scanning his guest book, he shakes his head and says... "No, sorry. I don't have anyone listed by that name." 19 Scanning his guest book, he shakes his head and says... "Yes, here we are: William Cole, room #108." 20 "You must rent a room to get a key to the room, sir." 21 You could, but what has he done? 22 Snuggler's Inn. 23 Someone's going to call the cops if you keep looking into the windows like that. 24 You see a man inside. 25 You are not close enough to the window. 26 There's nothing special about this door. 27 This is room #108. 28 You aren't close enough to the door. 29 You don't need to look at it now. What are you doing with it, anyway! 30 You're not close enough to an open trunk. 31 Your car's "hatch-back" hasn't worked since its warranty expired. 32 Being a macho type, you kick in the door, making a fool out of yourself. 33 Sonny says... " How are you doing ? " 34 The officer says... "Hi, guys. Sorry, you can't go inside now." 35 The officer says... "Hi, Sonny. Sorry, you can't go inside now." 36 You aren't close enough to talk. 37 You can't do that. You don't have a key to this room 38 You don't need to open this door. 39 What do you mean "get out"? You aren't in a motel room. 40 OK. It's unlocked. 41 The door is already unlocked. 42 You need a key to unlock this door. 43 You're not close enough. 44 OK. It's locked. 45 The door is already locked. 46 You knock, but no one responds. 47 You aren't close enough. 48 In a commanding voice you yell, "Open up in the name of the police!" 49 You listen carefully but are unable to hear anything. 50 "Yes, what can I do for you ?" 51 You don't have your identification. 52 You aren't close enough to anybody to show your identification. 53 It's already open. 54 You need a key to open this trunk. 55 It's already closed. 56 You place your field kit inside the trunk. 57 You don't have the field kit. 58 Open the trunk first. 59 You're not close enough to your car's trunk. 60 You take your field kit from the trunk. 61 The field kit is not in the trunk. 62 "What're we doing here, Sonny?" 63 Keith yells: "Geez, Sonny! Hold on a second, will ya?"

300.txtEdit

0 "Hey, BOY!" says the captain..."Just in case you don't know it, we have a police department to run. Now quit MESSING around and get to work!" 1 Having your undivided attention, the captain says..."For your information, DETECTIVE BONDS, it would be so ducky if you could check in with me once in a while just to see if I might have something for you to do." 2 After your mild reaming he says... "Consider this a warning FELLA! You can go now." 3 "I regret having to inform you of this." says the Captain... "But refusing to obey orders is strictly against departmental policy. It's a violation called insubordination!" 4 Continuing he says..."According to departmental 'Standard Operating Procedure', you are hereby suspended for two days, effective immediately!!" 5 "Well, Bonds, ol' buddy," says the Captain..."You've managed to earn yourself a couple days off without PAY!" 6 Continuing he says..."Failing to carry out your assignments will land you in the `stuff' every time. Try and remember that when you return to work." 7 The Captain isn't very happy as he says..."Well, here you are again Sonny! You seem to have difficulty following orders." 8 "Another two days off with no pay!" he rants..."You keep this up and you're gonna wind up owing the department your whole pay check!!" 9 Even the hottest detective needs to follow orders.

701.txtEdit

0 TO: Detective Bonds FROM: Captain Hall SUBJECT: ID of evidence photo

Please provide the LAST name of the person pictured in the attached evidence photo for homicide case 186751.

Please respond in box below, ASAP! 1 Sorry Bonds, you'll need to do better than that!

800.txtEdit

0 Come on now! Keep it clean. 1 MERCY! 2 My GAWD, man. Get hold of yourself! 3 C'mon, now! You didn't really say that, did you? 4 Get serious! 5 That wouldn't be appropriate. 6 The pressure gets to you after a while, doesn't it? 7 Didn't your Momma teach you any better than that? 8 a 9 It appears that Mickey's little battery has given its last burp. 10 Keith says, " Boy! I just LOVE this police business." 11 "Yeah!" Keith says. "I know what ya mean, Sonny." 12 Keith laughs uproariously and says "Hey, Sonny, you sure have a sense of humor!" 13 "You're kidding!" Keith says. 14 "Sonny," Keith says, "relax a little." 15 Ignoring you, Keith sings under his breath, "You are the sunshine of my life, BABY". 16 c 17 d 18 e 19 f 20 You look at Keith and think, "Yep! That's Keith, all right." 21 "He'd look five years younger if he'd quit smoking" you think. 22 You think to yourself: "It's obvious this boy could use a little home cooking." 23 Looking at Keith you think.."Kinda ugly, but a good partner!" 24 You're not sure, but it looks like Keith's hair is LESS gray. You think..."Is he using Grecian Formula?" 25 g 26 h 27 i 28 j 29 18 30 You don't see anything particularly interesting. 31 You look, but it doesn't hold your interest. 32 You're spinning your wheels looking at that. 33 19 34 20 35 You clear leather at record speed and think, "Why did I do that?" 36 You draw your gun and think, "Mercy, I'm good!" 37 After ripping the gun from its holster you think..."Not bad!" 38 "Not again," you think. "I keep drawing this gun in the DARNEDEST places!" 39 21 40 You're impressing no one but yourself. 41 That's one less round of ammo for when you MIGHT need it. 42 You fire off a round and think..."Boy, that's fun!" 43 After shooting your gun you think..."Wow! Now I know why they furnish the ear protectors at the range." 44 22 45 You're in deep trouble for reckless endangerment of lives and property!! 46 That shooting will definitely attract the attention of the brass! 47 Your trigger finger is definitely faster than your thinking! 48 That definitely will be good for an early retirement! 49 Your scuba diving certificate. 50 In the back of your wallet you find your scuba diving certificate. 51 Smoking is a nasty habit, but Keith just can't seem to quit. 52 You remember seeing it somewhere, but you don't remember where it is. 53 KUDOFI'S DO-IT-YOURSELF BOMB

Connect yellow wire for timer. Connect white for backup battery. Disconnect yellow wire. Connect purple wire and blue wire for main battery. Set timer. Connect yellow wire. Bomb is now armed. Do not move or touch wires!

WARNING: Only connect same color wires. Connecting wires in any other order may result in immediate detonation.

899.txtEdit

0 Colt, Mark IV, 10mm Automatic. Fires 7 rounds per ammo clip. 1 Each extra ammo clip contains seven rounds. 2 Keys to the detective's entrance, your desk drawer, your personal car, and the storage bin. 3 Keys to your unmarked police cruiser. 4 dummya 5 A card from your good friend, Marie Wilkans. On it is the message: "Sonny, Thank you for turning my life around. Love, Marie" 6 The note you found beneath Woody's body. On it is written: "You're a DEAD man, Sonny Bonds!" 7 This is a black wallet. Opening it, the first things you see are your detective's gold shield and your Lytton PD identification card. 8 A pair of Lytton Police issue handcuffs. 9 Pair of dull, but usable wire clippers. "Made in Beirut". 10 Your 'Detective's Field Kit'. 11 dummyb 12 Up-to-date mug shot of Jesse Bains. 13

x Woody Roberts Marie Wilkans Don Colby SONNY BONDS 14 A knife, crudely fashioned from a prison spoon. 15 To prevent hearing damage while practice firing. 16 Just a plain old plane ticket. 17 Cast of a footprint. 18 Badge #5558013. 19 A thumbprint. 20 Three rounds of.38 caliber hollow point. 21 Jailer's empty gun holster. 22 A set of fingerprints. 23 An old mug shot of Bains. 24 Corner of an envelope with name and address. 25 Envelope with corner torn off. 26 Discarded clothes with blood stains. 27 Motel key for room #108. 'Property of Snuggler's Inn'. 28 Coagulated blood in an evidence vial. 29 The label reads..."Pink Rapture by Donna Lee Cosmetics." 30 Hand held transmitter/reciever. 'Property of Steelton Police Dept.' 31 4" Smith & Wesson .38 caliber revolver. 32 Your standard sewer gas mask. 33 Bomb instructions. 34 Registration papers for the car. 35 Colby's business card, found in Bains' motel room. 36 Note you found on Marie's door. 37 "LPD Sonny Bonds Detective"

994.txtEdit

0 Your save game disk is full. You must either use another disk or save over an existing saved game. 1 That game was saved under a different interpreter. It cannot be restored. 2 I don't understand "%s". 3 That doesn't appear to be a proper sentence. 4 That sentence doesn't make sense. 5 You've left me responseless. 6 Please insert your %s disk in drive %s.

997.txtEdit

0 DESIGNED BY: Jim Walls

ILLUSTRATED BY: Vu Nguyen, Cheryl Cornelius

PROGRAMMED BY: David Slayback, Bob Fischbach, Jerry Shaw, Mickie Lee, Bob Heitman, Chris Hoyt

MUSIC BY: Mark Seibert

Version %s 1 DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM BY: Jeff Stephenson, Robert E. Heitman, Pablo Ghenis, Stuart Goldstein

QUALITY ASSURANCE BY: Jennifer Cobb, Dennis Jonathan, Bridget Wight, Randy MacNeil, Kathy Sands, Jodi Shirk, Kim Woods, Chad Bye, Eddie Pearman, Robin Bradley 2 DURING THE GAME: Click at the top of the screen or press ESC to use the menus. Additional shortcuts are shown there.

IN TYPING WINDOWS: Arrows, Home and End move the cursor, or click anywhere with the mouse. Ctrl-C clears the line.

IN DIALOG WINDOWS: Select the outlined item with <Enter> and use Tab and Shift-Tab to move between choices. Or click with the mouse to select an item.

ESC always cancels. 3 You can't do that right now. 4 Do you really want to restart your game? 5 Are you really turning in your badge? 6 Every cop needs a 10-7 (break) now and then. Keith will smoke a cigarette until you return.

ScriptEdit

script.000Edit

string_1b9a = "diverClock" string_1ba5 = "continuousMusic" string_1bb5 = "music" string_1bbb = "statusCode" string_1bc6 = "ego" string_1bca = "1.002.011" string_1bd4 = "Turn Off" string_1bdd = "Turn On" string_1be5 = "Debug" string_1beb = "PQ" string_1bee = "Jim shakes his head and says..." string_1c0e = "Restore" string_1c16 = " Restart " string_1c20 = " Quit " string_1c27 = "Iitem" string_1c2d = "hand gun" string_1c36 = "extra ammo clips" string_1c47 = "key ring" string_1c50 = "unmarked car keys" string_1c62 = "money clip" string_1c6d = "thank you letter" string_1c7e = "death threat" string_1c8b = "wallet" string_1c92 = "handcuffs" string_1c9c = "wire clippers" string_1caa = "field kit" string_1cb4 = "potted plant" string_1cc1 = "rose" string_1cc6 = "bouquet" string_1cce = "single long-stemmed rose" string_1ce7 = "new mug shot" string_1cf4 = "hit list" string_1cfd = "makeshift knife" string_1d0d = "ear protectors" string_1d1c = "plane ticket" string_1d29 = "Steelton" string_1d32 = "Houston" string_1d3a = "plaster cast" string_1d47 = "lost badge" string_1d52 = "thumbprint" string_1d5d = "bullets" string_1d65 = "empty holster" string_1d73 = "fingerprint" string_1d7f = "old mug shot" string_1d8c = "envelope corner" string_1d9c = "envelope" string_1da5 = "jail clothes" string_1db2 = "motel key" string_1dbc = "vial of blood" string_1dca = "lipstick" string_1dd3 = "walkie talkie" string_1de1 = "jailer's revolver" string_1df3 = "gas mask" string_1dfc = "bomb instructions" string_1e0e = "car registration" string_1e1f = "Colby's business card" string_1e35 = "note from Marie's door" string_1e4c = "your LPD business card"

script.001Edit

string_1a3c = "carDoor" string_1a44 = "unTrunk" string_1a4c = "flag" string_1a51 = "egosCar" string_1a59 = "unmarked" string_1a62 = "ourCar" string_1a69 = "car1Block" string_1a73 = "car2Block" string_1a7d = "car3Block" string_1a87 = "car4Block" string_1a91 = "car6Block" string_1a9b = "The car's trunk contains:" string_1ab5 = "The car's trunk is empty." string_1acf = "rm1" string_1ad3 = "trunkScript" string_1adf = "exitScript" string_1aea = "enterScript" string_1af6 = "driveUpScript" string_1b04 = "awayScript"

script.003Edit

string_15a4 = "Kim" string_15a8 = "Pratt" string_15ae = "Poet" string_15b3 = "Dooley" string_15ba = "Computer" string_15c3 = "rm3" string_15c7 = "rm3Script" string_15d1 = "mugShot" string_15d9 = "fileScript"

script.004Edit

string_2782 = "aTimer" string_2789 = "phone" string_278f = "captain" string_2797 = "blab" string_279c = "smoke" string_27a2 = "rambo" string_27a8 = "carKey" string_27af = "bainsTheme" string_27ba = "rm4" string_27be = "rm4Script" string_27c8 = "Your desk drawer contains:" string_27e3 = "Your desk drawer is empty." string_27fe = "drawerScript" string_280b = "captainScript" string_2819 = "keithScript"

local[$8] =

script.005Edit

string_16c4 = "rm5" string_16c8 = "First # of your combination?" string_16e5 = "Second # of your combination?" string_1703 = "Third # of your combination?" string_1720 = "rm5Script" string_172a = "Your locker contains:" string_1740 = "Your locker is empty." string_1756 = "lockerScript"

local[$b] =

script.006Edit

string_0b9a = "James" string_0ba0 = "William" string_0ba8 = "Robert" string_0baf = "Laura" string_0bb5 = "Computer" string_0bbe = "rm6" string_0bc2 = "rm6Script"

local[$2] =

script.008Edit

string_1aac = "compCursor" string_1ab7 = "fileCursor" string_1ac2 = "lite1" string_1ac8 = "lite2" string_1ace = "shaw" string_1ad3 = "rm8" string_1ad7 = "rm8Script" string_1ae1 = "%c" string_1ae4 = "CRIMINAL" string_1aed = "SIERRA" string_1af4 = "PERSONNEL" string_1afe = "HOMICIDE" string_1b07 = "VICE" string_1b0c = "BURGLARY" string_1b15 = "FIREARMS" string_1b1e = "ICECREAM" string_1b27 = "PISTACHIO" string_1b31 = "MIAMI" string_1b37 = "DIR" string_1b3b = "QUIT" string_1b40 = "LOGOUT" string_1b47 = "EXIT" string_1b4c = "BYE" string_1b50 = "CD" string_1b53 = "computerScript"

script.013Edit

string_323a = "hand" string_323f = "cig" string_3243 = "puff" string_3248 = "rightScene" string_3253 = "leftScene" string_325d = "extraScene" string_3268 = "lines" string_326e = "scanner" string_3276 = "sonny" string_327c = "keithBud" string_3285 = "sShoulder" string_328f = "kShoulder" string_3299 = "wheel" string_329f = "street" string_32a6 = "rm13" string_32ab = "As a police officer, you should not abandon any stolen property which you have recovered. Next time, think about what you're doing." string_332f = "rm13Script" string_333a = "You're ON!" string_3345 = "No way." string_334d = "Lytton Airport" string_335c = "753 Third Street" string_336d = "Arnie's restaurant" string_3380 = "Oak Tree Mall" string_338e = "Cotton Cove" string_339a = "Lytton City Jail" string_33ab = "222 West Peach Street" string_33c1 = "160 West Rose" string_33cf = "the office" string_33da = "Keith grabs the mike and calls dispatch... \"Dispatch...53mary2 is 10-8 from %s.\"" string_342b = "\"Dispatch...53Mary2 10-7 at %s.\"" string_344c = "Keith contacts dispatch...\"Dispatch...53mary2 10-97 %s.\"" string_3485 = "YES!!" string_348b = "no" string_348e = "sequencer"

script.015Edit

string_1b3c = "flowerSounds" string_1b49 = "egoSquashed" string_1b55 = "taxi" string_1b5a = "flowerGirl" string_1b65 = "lightPole" string_1b6f = "rm15" string_1b74 = "You took too much time getting across the street. Too bad...so sad...you've been had!" string_1bca = "You forgot to look both ways and wait for the light. Didn't your mother tell you about that?" string_1c27 = "rm15Script" string_1c32 = "lightScript" string_1c3e = "flowerScript"

script.020Edit

string_1c08 = "larrySound" string_1c13 = "theBlonde" string_1c1d = "larry" string_1c23 = "larryActions" string_1c30 = "guard" string_1c36 = "manStanding" string_1c42 = "rm20" string_1c47 = "rm20Script" string_1c52 = "manScript" string_1c5c = "keithScript" string_1c68 = "As you have just discovered, you have to use your head if you're a cop. You didn't, and now this guy's going to arrest YOU!" string_1ce4 = "Nobody ever figured out why Sonny Bonds tried to draw down on an airport security guard, but the results were obviously disastrous." string_1d68 = "guardScript" string_1d74 = "boardingScript"

script.022Edit

string_1be6 = "unTrunk" string_1bee = "rm22" string_1bf3 = "The car's trunk contains:" string_1c0d = "The car's trunk is empty." string_1c27 = "Yes, even in peaceful Lytton, crimes of opportunity still occur. Next time, keep track of your piece." string_1c8d = "rm22Script" string_1c98 = "cameraScript" string_1ca5 = "doorScript" string_1cb0 = "carScript" string_1cba = "stopScript"

script.025Edit

string_2c4c = "swatSound" string_2c56 = "kAct" string_2c5b = "gasBomb" string_2c63 = "The car's trunk contains:" string_2c7d = "The car's trunk is empty." string_2c97 = "rm25" string_2c9c = "carScript" string_2ca6 = "pLight" string_2cad = "swatArrives" string_2cb9 = "warrantArrives" string_2cc8 = "warrantLeaves" string_2cd6 = "exitCar" string_2cde = "talkWindow" string_2ce9 = "kickInDoor" string_2cf4 = "enterRoom" string_2cfe = "Congratulations, you have been successful in taking yourself out of the game." string_2d4c = "enterMotel" string_2d57 = "keithScript"

local[$2a] =

script.027Edit

string_2468 = "qDoor" string_246e = "unTrunk" string_2476 = "quincyCarBlock" string_2485 = "ourCarBlock" string_2491 = "bwCarBlock" string_249c = "The car's trunk contains:" string_24b6 = "The car's trunk is empty." string_24d0 = "rm27" string_24d5 = "rm27Script" string_24e0 = "carScript" string_24ea = "stopScript" string_24f5 = "mrGScript" string_24ff = "quincyScript" string_250c = "egoScript"

script.029Edit

string_108c = "unTrunk" string_1094 = "rm29" string_1099 = "The car's trunk contains:" string_10b3 = "The car's trunk is empty." string_10cd = "rm29Script" string_10d8 = "carScript" string_10e2 = "stopScript"

script.031Edit

string_1762 = "unTrunk" string_176a = "rm31" string_176f = "In the days that followed, it was most folks' opinion that Sonny Bonds was overly distracted by continuous and lengthy sessions playing a recently released computer game called POLICE QUEST II. This must be why he didn't see the Mack truck driven by the little old lady who lived in the house next to Marie." string_18a3 = "The car's trunk contains:" string_18bd = "The car's trunk is empty." string_18d7 = "rm31Script" string_18e2 = "carScript" string_18ec = "stopScript"

script.033Edit

string_1c9e = "sonny" string_1ca4 = "wheel" string_1caa = "hand" string_1caf = "street" string_1cb6 = "lines" string_1cbc = "rightScene" string_1cc7 = "leftScene" string_1cd1 = "extraScene" string_1cdc = "shoulder1" string_1ce6 = "shoulder2" string_1cf0 = "gloveBox" string_1cf9 = "gloveBoxDoor" string_1d06 = "smallFlashLight" string_1d16 = "businessCard" string_1d23 = "registration" string_1d30 = "leftFwd" string_1d38 = "rightFwd" string_1d41 = "lineFwd" string_1d49 = "aTimer" string_1d50 = "rm33" string_1d55 = "In the glove compartment you see:" string_1d77 = "rm33Script" string_1d82 = "gloveBoxScript"

script.040Edit

string_1682 = "planeRumble" string_168e = "rm40" string_1693 = "initScript" string_169e = " " string_16a0 = " find your seat and " string_16b5 = "StageOne" string_16be = "stewardessActions" string_16d0 = "egoSit" string_16d7 = "Sonny, you really must learn not to be such a nuisance. It's not that hard to find your seat and fasten your seatbelt!" string_174e = "guardAction" string_175a = "WildGooseChase" string_1769 = "stage2Timer" string_1775 = "StageTwo" string_177e = "endStageTwo"

script.041Edit

string_16c0 = "hijackMusic" string_16cc = "hijackGunFire" string_16da = "hijacker1Timer" string_16e9 = "hijacker2Timer" string_16f8 = "willKillTimer" string_1706 = "rm41" string_170b = "hijackersApproach" string_171d = "hijacker2Approach" string_172f = "StageThree" string_173a = "egoAction" string_1744 = "stewardessDies" string_1753 = "egoIsDying" string_175e = "egoKilledByOne" string_176d = " Because you failed to take action, the hijackers have succeeded with their sinister plot. You will live out the rest of your life in Bum Suk Egypt." string_1802 = "hijacker1Actions" string_1813 = "hijacker2Actions" string_1824 = "intoCockpit"

script.042Edit

string_1d06 = "explosionSound" string_1d15 = "bombTimer" string_1d1f = "Bathroom" string_1d28 = "masked" string_1d2f = "unmasked" string_1d38 = "rm42" string_1d3d = "egoSearch" string_1d47 = "brDoor" string_1d4e = "cut" string_1d52 = "connected" string_1d5c = "TowelDispenser" string_1d6b = "You and 49 other people are now dead...because YOU screwed up!" string_1daa = "doBoomScript" string_1db7 = "doBlowUp"

script.044Edit

string_04d0 = "explosion" string_04da = "rm44" string_04df = "Looks like you BLEW it, Sonny!\n" \ "You and 49 other people are now dead!" string_0524 = "Jim is terribly disappointed, and says:" string_054c = "blowUp"

script.061Edit

string_2528 = "unTrunk" string_2530 = "carDoor" string_2538 = "gelepsi" string_2540 = "barbie" string_2547 = "ourCar" string_254e = "grass1" string_2555 = "grass2" string_255c = "grass3" string_2563 = "grass4" string_256a = "ourCarBlock" string_2576 = "bwCarBlock" string_2581 = "vanBlock" string_258a = "rm61" string_258f = "The car's trunk contains " string_25a9 = "The car's trunk is empty." string_25c3 = "rm61Script" string_25ce = "carScript" string_25d8 = "stopScript" string_25e3 = "gelepsiScript" string_25f1 = "barbieScript" string_25fe = "keithScript"

script.062Edit

string_1896 = "tmpSound" string_189f = "diver" string_18a5 = "blood" string_18ab = "bloodView" string_18b5 = "bains" string_18bb = "car" string_18bf = "smoke" string_18c5 = "bloodBlock" string_18d0 = "keithAmbles" string_18dc = "thereHeIs" string_18e6 = "rm62" string_18eb = "Don't worry, though; Keith will explain in his report how he heroically 'watched your back'. " string_1949 = "Too bad, soooo sad. There were no witnesses to your untimely demise. But don't worry. Just restore and try again. " string_19bc = "bainsScript"

script.063Edit

string_1d3e = "bubble" string_1d45 = "mooreBubble" string_1d51 = "badge" string_1d57 = "carp" string_1d5c = "weed0" string_1d62 = "weed1" string_1d68 = "weed2" string_1d6e = "weed3" string_1d74 = "weed4" string_1d7a = "frogLegs" string_1d83 = "moore" string_1d89 = "rm63" string_1d8e = "As you fight for air, blackness overcomes you. Next time, be more aware of your air tank's reserve." string_1df2 = "As you fight for air, blackness overcomes you. Next time, try using the bouyancy control vest to conserve air." string_1e61 = "rm63Script" string_1e6c = "carpScript" string_1e77 = "mooreScript" string_1e83 = "airScript" string_1e8d = "bubScript"

script.064Edit

string_171c = "bubble" string_1723 = "carp" string_1728 = "knife" string_172e = "weed1" string_1734 = "weed2" string_173a = "weed3" string_1740 = "weed4" string_1746 = "theWaves" string_174f = "waterFall" string_1759 = "bubbles" string_1761 = "rm64" string_1766 = "As you fight for air, blackness overcomes you. Next time, be more aware of your air tank's reserve." string_17ca = "As you fight for air, blackness overcomes you. Next time, try using the bouyancy control vest to conserve air." string_1839 = "rm64Script" string_1844 = "airScript" string_184e = "carpScript"

script.065Edit

string_194c = "carp" string_1951 = "hand" string_1956 = "body" string_195b = "divers" string_1962 = "weed1" string_1968 = "weed2" string_196e = "weed3" string_1974 = "weed4" string_197a = "weed5" string_1980 = "weed6" string_1986 = "weed7" string_198c = "can" string_1990 = "paper" string_1996 = "bottle" string_199d = "metal" string_19a3 = "findMusic" string_19ad = "sweepMusic" string_19b8 = "rm65" string_19bd = "You are carried away and battered into unconsciousness on the rocks." string_1a02 = "As you fight for air, blackness overcomes you. Next time, be more aware of your air tank's reserve." string_1a66 = "As you fight for air, blackness overcomes you. Next time, try using the bouyancy control vest to conserve air." string_1ad5 = "rm65Script" string_1ae0 = "airScript" string_1aea = "carpScript" string_1af5 = "bodyScript"

script.066Edit

string_0cf2 = "rm66" string_0cf7 = "" string_0cf8 = "a wet suit," string_0d04 = "a weight belt," string_0d13 = "a bouyancy control vest," string_0d2c = "a scuba mask," string_0d3a = "rm66Script" string_0d45 = "airScript"

local[$72] =

script.067Edit

ring_2238 = "carBlock" string_2241 = "jBlock" string_2248 = "unTrunk" string_2250 = "jailerdoor" string_225b = "plight" string_2262 = "carDoor" string_226a = "haines" string_2271 = "shopwoman" string_227b = "ourCar" string_2282 = "The car's trunk contains " string_229c = "The car's trunk is empty." string_22b6 = "rm67" string_22bb = "exitCar" string_22c3 = "startEnter" string_22ce = "kitToTrunk" string_22d9 = "stopScript" string_22e4 = "firstArrived" string_22f1 = "afterSearch"

script.068Edit

string_087c = "rm68" string_0881 = "In the glove compartment, you see:" string_08a4 = "Other than the car's registration, the glove compartment is empty." string_08e7 = "rm68Script"

script.092Edit

string_0380 = "rm92" string_0385 = "I'll write to you at\n" \ "Happy Meadows!\n" \ "Thanks for playing\n" \ "Police Quest II.\n" \ "Next time, CALM DOWN!" string_03e3 = "rm92Script"

script.126Edit

string_07d2 = " closed" string_07da = "open with a gas mask in it" string_07f5 = " open and empty" string_0805 = "rm126" string_080b = "cabinetScript" string_0819 = "downTheDrain"

script.129Edit

string_050c = "rm129" string_0512 = "cockroach" string_051c = "What a wimpy way to die....falling in a hole! Next time, be more careful." string_0566 = "holeScript"

script.200Edit

string_26c2 = "introMusic" string_26cd = "Turn on" string_26d5 = "Turn off" string_26de = "Introduction" string_26eb = "IntroScript" string_26f7 = "streetLight" string_2703 = "redLight1" string_270d = "redLight2" string_2717 = "blueLight1" string_2722 = "blueLight2" string_272d = "building" string_2736 = "farBuildings" string_2743 = "jim1" string_2748 = "jim2" string_274d = "jim3" string_2752 = "jimb1" string_2758 = "jimb2" string_275e = "jimScript" string_2768 = "bainsRunning" string_2775 = "bainsShadow" string_2781 = "sonnyRunning" string_278e = "sonnyShadow" string_279a = "legs" string_279f = "weeds" string_27a5 = "weeds2" string_27ac = "bubbles" string_27b4 = "executive" string_27be = "producer" string_27c7 = "ken" string_27cb = "programming" string_27d7 = "art" string_27db = "animation" string_27e5 = "project" string_27ed = "coordinator" string_27f9 = "system" string_2800 = "development" string_280c = "music" string_2812 = "heitman" string_281a = "jeff" string_281f = "pablo" string_2825 = "stuart" string_282c = "crowe" string_2832 = "jerry" string_2838 = "fischbach" string_2842 = "mickie" string_2849 = "dave" string_284e = "vu" string_2851 = "cheri" string_2857 = "chris" string_285d = "everyoneElseScript" string_2870 = "bainsScript" string_287c = "sonnyScript" string_2888 = "bubbleScript" string_2895 = "weed1Script" string_28a1 = "weed2Script" string_28ad = "runNext"

Script.205Edit

string_0fea = "lightObj" string_0ff3 = "ratScript" string_0ffd = "ratObj" string_1004 = " Rats scurry about the sewer pipes." string_1028 = "" string_1029 = "has been shot out." string_103c = "is on." string_1043 = "The other light has been shot out." string_1066 = "The other light is on." string_107d = "sewer" string_1083 = " Falling into the trough of human waste, you lose consciousness as you slip beneath the surface." string_10e4 = "fallInSewer" string_10f0 = "You die from asphyxiation in a pocket of methane gas. Next time, avoid this area or ...?" string_1149 = "asphyxiation" string_1156 = "explodeSound" string_1163 = "You're fried! The spark from your gunfire in explosive gas is VERY fatal." string_11ad = "pBoomScript"

script.225Edit

said_171c = "/ hello" said_1720 = "chat [/ dude, manager]" said_172b = "display [/ badge, badge]" said_1736 = "rent / chamber" said_173c = "display [/ painting, mugshot]" said_1747 = "[ask] / list" said_174f = "[ask] / bains" said_1757 = "[ask] / bill, cole, cole" said_1765 = "[ask, acquire] / key" said_1770 = "arrest / dude" said_1776 = "examine >" said_177a = "[< at, around] [/ !*, building, chamber]" said_178e = "/ pane" said_1792 = "/ door" said_1796 = "/ briefcase" said_179a = "/ trunk" said_179e = "break / door" said_17a4 = "beat / door" said_17aa = "chat [/ dude, cop]" said_17b5 = "use / key" said_17bb = "open / door" said_17c1 = "acquire / out" said_17c7 = "exit / chamber" said_17cd = "enter / auto" said_17d3 = "exit / auto" said_17d9 = "unlock / door" said_17df = "lock / door" said_17e5 = "knock" said_17e8 = "knock / door" said_17ee = "open / police" said_17f4 = "open, unlock / trunk" said_17fd = "close, lock / trunk" said_1806 = "deposit, place / briefcase" said_180f = "remove, acquire / briefcase"

string_181c = "rm225" string_1822 = "The car's trunk contains:" string_183c = "The car's trunk is empty." string_1856 = "rm225Script" string_1862 = "carScript" string_186c = "stopScript"

script.701Edit

string_022c = "event" string_0232 = "GRANANDEZ" string_023c = "SIMMS" string_0242 = "TASELLI" string_024a = "COLBY" string_0250 = "BAINS" string_0256 = "SNIDER" string_025d = "JONES" string_0263 = "DICKEY" string_026a = "rm701"

script.995Edit

string_0176 = "InvI" string_017b = "Inv" string_017f = "You are carrying:" string_0191 = "You are carrying nothing!" string_01ab = "," string_01ad = "."

script.997Edit

said_04a2 = "save [/ game]" said_04aa = "restore [/ game]" said_04b2 = "restart [/ game]" said_04ba = "quit [/ game]" said_04c2 = "pause [/ game]" said_04ca = "inventory" said_04cd = "normal [/ speed]" said_04d5 = "load, load [/ 9mm]" said_04e0 = "draw, gunbelt [/ 9mm]" said_04eb = "fire [/ 9mm]"

string_04f8 = "MenuBar" string_0500 = " \001 " string_0504 = "About PQ2 `^a:Help`#1" string_051a = " File " string_0521 = "Save Game`#5:Restore Game`#7:--! :Restart Game`#9:Quit`^q" string_055b = " Action " string_0564 = "Pause Game`^p:Inventory`^I:Repeat`#3:--! :Load Gun`#6:Draw/Holster Gun`#8:Fire Gun`#0:--! :Enter/Exit Car`#4" string_05d1 = " Speed " string_05d9 = "Set Speed`^s:--!:Faster`+:Normal`=:Slower`-" string_0605 = " Sound " string_060d = "Volume...`^v:Turn Off`#2=1" string_0628 = " Police Quest II Credits " string_0644 = "And last, but not least..." string_065f = "Restart" string_0667 = "Continue" string_0670 = "Quit" string_0675 = "Game Paused" string_0681 = "Let's roll." string_068d = "You are carrying..." string_06a1 = "You have only your diving equipment.\n" \ "You left everything else in the van." string_06eb = "Speed (1 - 16)?" string_06fb = "Volume (1 - 16)?" string_070c = "Turn on" string_0714 = "Turn off"

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