Perry J. Jameson: Tell me, are you as keen on getting the truth as I am?
Perry J. Jameson: I got wind of a research paper about the sugar ban, but the author had disappeared before the paper was published.
Detective: And I assume that paper provided arguments against the sugar ban?
Perry J. Jameson: Exactly! People deserve to know the truth. Even in a blooming democracy, people can only exercise their right to vote when they can make an informed judgement.
Detective: I've got no leads to find the scientist, but maybe someone remembers where the paper was going to be published.
- 3 maps
- 2 photos
- 3 maps
- Policeman: 5 donuts
- 4 fingerprints
- 3 photos
- 3 fingerprints
Sam Lowry: Uh... The Food Research Center, probably. But keep that for yourself. The research center is off limits to non-authorised personnel.
Detective: A-ha! I need to check that out.
City search: Forbidden ResearchEdit
Detective: The research center is off limits, huh? It probably won't be easy to find it.
The research center is:
- not more than 3 from a club
- more than 1 from water
- more than 3 from warehouses
- more than 1 from cafés
- more than 1 from offices
- On the map there are 2 clubs
- On the map there are 3 warehouses
- On the map there are 2 cafés
There are candies in (11,3) (11,6)
Detective: Great! Here it is. I'll probably need some help to get inside.
Perry J. Jameson: Sure thing, I'll send someone with the pass. Just stay where you are.
Crime scene search: Hard DataEdit
Detective: The press pass grants access only to the visitor's area. I'll have to figure out how to get to the restricted parts of the research center. The paper's draft is probably there.
In the room west of security, there's a paperclip on the billboard.
In the control room, there's a safecracking kit in the cabinet.
In the first room with an alarm, cut the green wire
Examine the lever on the switchboard, a hidden door will open.
In the room east of conference, there are post-it notes on the desk.
In the first office, there's a test tube on the left desk.
In the archive, there's an evidence bag in the leftmost cabinets.
In the library, examine the statue in the shelving, a hidden door will open.
In the room west of the library, there are 2 candies in the lockers
Solution: top secret papers in a folder in the locked cabinets in the archive.
Detective: I've got it, but it looks like the draft was censored! Maybe I can use it to reach the scientist, though.
Suspect identification: Brain FoodEdit
Detective: I can analyze the draft to figure out who's the author.
Solution: Alan Eisenberg
Alan Eisenberg: Oh my, indeed. But please, keep that to yourself! I don't want anymore trouble.
Detective: What do you mean? Did someone threaten you?
Alan Eisenberg: That is correct! I was forced to censor the paper and keep the findings to myself. The scientific body wanted nothing to do with it.
Alan Eisenberg: You see, the FRC is dedicated to researching health food. If the sugar ban is lifted, the funding will decrease significantly. My colleagues would lose their jobs.
Detective: I guess you're in luck. I found someone who could sponsor your research, if you're willing to speak up for what you believe.
Perry J. Jameson: Good, and speaking of funding, I'll send you a big, fat check.