Sherlock Holmes 2

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There's mystery afoot in this silly point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games! Most people insist they're innocent when thrown in jail, but when a man is murdered, Sherlock Holmes sets out to uncover the truth!

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I mean, I use walkthroughs myself, and I don't like resorting to video walkthroughs either, so I should be sympathetic. But you can pause video walkthroughs, you know? (And did you check to make sure it was a video before you asked? It was, but you should at least check first.) And when you're asking people to do free work for you (which you are), it's really really important to say "please" and "thank you" a lot so they don't feel like they're just catering to someone's never-ending demands. That's what it feels like when you don't ask politely, and it's worse if you don't show gratitude. So make sure to say "thank you" for this, okay? Show that you appreciate it and it's not half an hour of work dumped into an empty internet pit for no reward. Otherwise people won't want to help you.

WALKTHROUGH

intro screen

click whenever you have finished reading a line of text.
grab the candy cane on the shelf and the magnifying glass from the table.

apartment

grab the candle
talk with the mother (by clicking on her)
leave (by clicking the door, the mouse will show a throbbing green arrow)

crime scene

click the leaves and the gray rectagle on the house if you care about the story
click the door to go in
click the coat
click the paper on the floor
click the picture above the coat
click the rectangle on the stairs
go left
click the paper on the table
click the fireplace (it's the thing behind your character, the guy in the coat)
go right
go up the stairs
click the wall, the bottle, the thing under the window, the button
click the matches then the candle
go left
click the safe. click 4482 (from the torn note)
go out
leave

police

click the maid (the one with the long hair)
click the cop (the other guy)
click the screwdriver
leave

crime scene

go in
go up the stairs
use screwdriver on box
use candy cane on bottle
use candle on wall
go left
go left
get cane from by fireplace
go right
leave

police

talk to charles
use blueprints on charles
leave

crime scene

go inside
go up stairs
input code on wires in box (2 3 5 up-down)
go left
go left
talk to cop
click prints on curtain
click fire alarm button (red)
go left
go out
use bottle on leaves
use magnifying glass on leaves
go in
go right
click window
read through explanation (or just go read the story, it's rather better)

11 Comments

walkthrough?

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jayisgamed June 7, 2015 4:19 PM replied to Paul

Oh high, Haven't seen on here you for a while.

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hi jay. I been busy with stuff. hope you get a walkthrough on yoyr games soon :)

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Paul there is a walkthrough as part of the game, just click the ticket with a question mark on it.

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it might be a video walkthrough and they go too fast.i need a text one.

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https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawkEXUQyuOdzqjNjb7CbWDAJ8ufF6vv2bug June 9, 2015 12:33 AM

This is pretty closely adapted from an actual Sherlock Holmes story.

The Adventure of the Norwood Builder

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guess not.

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ameregamer June 9, 2015 4:11 PM replied to Paul

I mean, I use walkthroughs myself, and I don't like resorting to video walkthroughs either, so I should be sympathetic. But you can pause video walkthroughs, you know? (And did you check to make sure it was a video before you asked? It was, but you should at least check first.) And when you're asking people to do free work for you (which you are), it's really really important to say "please" and "thank you" a lot so they don't feel like they're just catering to someone's never-ending demands. That's what it feels like when you don't ask politely, and it's worse if you don't show gratitude. So make sure to say "thank you" for this, okay? Show that you appreciate it and it's not half an hour of work dumped into an empty internet pit for no reward. Otherwise people won't want to help you.

WALKTHROUGH

intro screen

click whenever you have finished reading a line of text.
grab the candy cane on the shelf and the magnifying glass from the table.

apartment

grab the candle
talk with the mother (by clicking on her)
leave (by clicking the door, the mouse will show a throbbing green arrow)

crime scene

click the leaves and the gray rectagle on the house if you care about the story
click the door to go in
click the coat
click the paper on the floor
click the picture above the coat
click the rectangle on the stairs
go left
click the paper on the table
click the fireplace (it's the thing behind your character, the guy in the coat)
go right
go up the stairs
click the wall, the bottle, the thing under the window, the button
click the matches then the candle
go left
click the safe. click 4482 (from the torn note)
go out
leave

police

click the maid (the one with the long hair)
click the cop (the other guy)
click the screwdriver
leave

crime scene

go in
go up the stairs
use screwdriver on box
use candy cane on bottle
use candle on wall
go left
go left
get cane from by fireplace
go right
leave

police

talk to charles
use blueprints on charles
leave

crime scene

go inside
go up stairs
input code on wires in box (2 3 5 up-down)
go left
go left
talk to cop
click prints on curtain
click fire alarm button (red)
go left
go out
use bottle on leaves
use magnifying glass on leaves
go in
go right
click window
read through explanation (or just go read the story, it's rather better)

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Paul June 10, 2015 10:38 AM replied to Paul

i did say please and thank you. the responsdes are just as important. if you are not even going to respond but rather "i'm stuck when I do this" then where does it leave the people that can't even get off the ground? just saying.

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I smiled a fair amount throughout that, although admittedly it was mostly at "Holmes" accent...

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