Important documents are missing, the city order is at stake. Or so says the client.

"My first contact with the city hall was Mr. Lowry, a clerk who asked me to find a report that should have been delivered to him but never arrived."


Sam Lowry: I'm calling from the city hall. Would you care helping with a.. document mishap?

Sam Lowry: An important report disappeared, and the mayor needs it. The courier never arrived at my door with the package.

Detective: Always a pleasure to help the city hall, Mr. Lowry.


Detective: I think I'll start with tracking down the courier.

  • 15 footprints
  • 3 maps
  • 10 questions
  • 3 photos
  • 10 footprints
  • 10 magnifiers
  • 3 fingerprints
  • 5 footprints

If you fail:

Detective: Chasing around the city wasn't hte best idea. I just wasted a lot of time.

If you win:

Detective: It seems the report was delivered to some other city hall employee.

City search: Snail MailEdit

Detective: I need to find the house of the city hall employee.

The adress you are looking for is:

  • not on water
  • more than 1 from railways
  • less than 3 from cafés
  • less than 3 from libraries
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Solution: (1,3)

If you fail:

Detective: 0112, 0113... 4267? Those house numbers are insane. How am I going to find the right one?

If you win:

Detective: The clerk lives here. I still have to find the right apartment, though.

Suspect identification: Signature, PleaseEdit

Detective: Excuse me madam, did a courier come here today?

Lana Quay: Yes, he delivered something to one of my neighbors.

Detective: Could you tell me which one?

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Solution: Telly Cane

If you fail:

Lana Quay: I'm sorry, detective, but I need to go to work. You'll have to find the recipient without me.

Detective: What a pity. How shall I find the right person? I can't just break into every lat in this building!

If you win:

Detective: He received the report with the morning mail and I hope he hasn't had time to open it yet. Let's check the apartment.

Crime scene search: Return to SenderEdit

Detective: The front door is open, and I think I heard someone inside. Could it be the owner? I'd better find out.

When you enter the next room:

Old Mobster: The last transport went good. No cops, no nothing. And the product is great. 65% sucrose, can you believe that?

Young Mobster: Wow. no wonder the boss is getting so rich. I hope we'll get a cut of the profit.

Detective: Are those gangsters, talking about a smuggling operation? What are they doing in Telly Cane's apartment?

Old Mobster: Speaking of cuts, where's this Cane guy? Are you sure this is his apartment? I told you to check it.

Young Mobster: Yeah, I'm sure. But we're waiting here for hours now. Maybe we'll get him tomorrow? Come on, let's go.

Detective: Oh no, I'm in the way! They'll see me!

Old Mobster: No, not the front door. Someone might see us. Let's take the fire escape.

Young Mobster: Good thinking!

Detective: Wheeew!

When you enter the living room:

Detective: It looks like they were here, but they left through the window. I hope they didn't snatch the report!

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If you fail:

Detective: I don't think the documents are here... and I think something suspicious is happening here. I need to leave

If you win:

Detective: Dental health report... Hmmm, interesting. Despite the citywide sugar ban, dental hygiene is at a standstill.


If you fail:

Sam Lowry: Detective, my meeting with the mayor is in five minutes. Where's the report?

Detective: I'm sorry, but it's like finding a needle in a hay stack.

Sam Lowry: Great. I just need to make up a couple of pages of data. Oh well, I'll tell him what he wants to hear.

If you win:

Detective: Here's the report, Mr. Lowry. But I stumbled upon some gangsters while looking for it.

Sam Lowry: Oh my! Well, let me take a look at it. The mayor will need it soon.

Sam Lowry: Hmmm, those findings are very disturbing. The dental report...

Detective: Don't tell me. I don't want to be a part of it, Mr. Lowry. One close encounter with gangsters is enough for me. Just pay me please, and I'll forget about it.


Spoiler warning!
This article contains plot details about an upcoming episode.
The mobsters in Telly Cane's house could be Michael Mauer and Donald Decker
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