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Game Description:You're a fresh-faced rookie cop, new to the force and new to the cases that have baffled the police. Join the Homicide Division, where you and your partner will try to solve the kidnapping of up-and-coming model Betsy Blake. You'll move through a highly stylized version of 1970s New York, searching for clues at crime scenes, solving puzzles, and answering questions. Each clue gets you closer to rescuing the kidnapped victim. On top of your high-profile kidnapping case, you'll have to solve eight other mysteries. When you're looking for a little action, take a crack at five action games inspired by the kidnapping mystery.
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