"I was asked to find a missing member for an exclusive social club, but I had a gut feeling it won't be a normal case."
Unlocks The Detective poster on completion.
Martin Sugarstein: Thank you for contacting our social club, detective. Unfortunately, our institution os inactive at the moment due to a small... problem.
Detective: What's the matter? Maybe you require professional help?
Martin Sugarstein: We just might. We recently checked our charter. Our club is missing one member needed to conduct annual meetings. And we cannot find him!
Detective: Interesting! Please tell me more about the club and the missing member and look for him right away...
- 2 maps
- 3 photos
- 3 fingerprints
- 1 map
- 5 questions
Detective: I don't get it. Nobody recalls the missing member. It's like he never existed. My only lead is the old clubhouse, in the contryside. Maybe I'll find an answer there.
Crime scene search: A Puzzling CraftEdit
Detective: The old clubhouse. Maybe I can find some old keepsake that'll give me a hint about the missing member's identity.
When you find the solution:
Detective: An album with all the photos of the club members! Maybe I can find some clues about the missing member inside.
Suspect identification: My FaceEdit
Detective: Someone removed one person from all the photos. Luckily for me, that was a hasty job.
Detective: Some fragments are still visible, and I should be able to deduce how the missing person looked like.
Solution: Martin Sugarstein
City search: Ogle the MapsEdit
Sugarstein is hiding:
- more than 1 from water
- not more than 1 from railways
- more than 2 from factories
- more than 3 from theaters
- not more than 3 from cafés
Detective: What?! He's in my office? Wait a second, I know what's going on. I need to head inside!
Martin Sugarstein: But there's no one here, apart from you and me.
Detective: Exactly. No one from the club members was lost, so the obvious solution was that you wanted to recruit someone new. Me.
Martin Sugarstein: And why would we want to recruit you, I wonder?
Detective: It's elementary. You run an elite club for investigators and detectives, and I've just passed your test.
Martin Sugarstein: Indeed! You proved yourself to be suitable candidate. Welcome to the club!
Martin Sugarstein: You should visit our club regularly. We share hints and other useful information between the detectives.