CSI: Deadly Intent Walkthrough

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CSI: DEADLY INTENT - THE HIDDEN CASES
OTHER OCEAN - UBISOFT - 2009 DS
VERSION 1.2

Introduction

This is my first real walkthrough in English, well, it's a translation from my French file. Don't be too difficult with me as I played the game only in my native language and not in English.


Thanks to those who answered me for the English names for the cases, it's kind
of you to take time to do it.

If a word is wrong or if something is missing, send me an email at cleo_rabb(@)
hotmail(.)com.

The French file, along with this one, can be found on:
  • http://www.gamefaqs.com - arkena
  • http://www.neoseeker.com - vicrabb
  • http://www.supercheats.com - arkena

UPDATES

  • Version 1.0 - 26 december 2009: Release of the guide
  • Version 1.1 - 03 february 2010: Formatted Faq
  • Version 1.2 - 17 april 2010: Some major changes in the visual aspect

Keys for understanding the walkthrough

How to move in a scene

For moving in a scene, you have to scroll to the left or right the stylus. I'll tell you the area anyway.

Hand or Gloves?

When I say hand, I mean gloves. It's the icon that got me confused first.

Use of GPS

For moving from a location to another, you have to tap on your phone and choose GPS. It's obvious that I'll not write everytime this action. So, just see the locations when you're reading my guide.

Lab

The entire lab is divided in three: Brass's office, Morgue and the lab itself. I'm using these three parts in the guide, so, it's easier to read.

About minigames

For some minigames, it's hard to explain the right solution. I've tried to do my best but I can only for some telling you what you have to do in general. I'll give also some tips.

How to work in the lab

When you're in the lab (with Hodges), you have proofs with an exclamation point. It means that you have it to analyze or to give to Hodges. I'll just point to you what Hodges will take and what you have to do by yourself.

And how to question

When you're in the Interrogation part, the list is what you have to show when the suspect is lying. It's being given chronologically.

Golden stars

As far as I know, this walkthrough will give you the golden stars for Interrogation and Collecting. I can't guarantee it for Analyzing because I can't play at your place when there is a game which is under a time limit.

Walkthrough

So you're the newbie, uh? Well, it's time to prove to the CSI team that you're worthy of their trust.

CASE 1: Don't Try This At Home

  • CSI: Ray Langston
  • Victim: William Zander
  • Suspects: Thomas Goyer, Katja Osipov, Sara Lee Strong & Colby Price

Parking


Take the following objects or traces:

  • Cellphone
    • Where: Near the Chicken disguise
    • Tool: Hand

  • Body
    • Where: Under the white cloth
    • Tool: Magnifying glass

  • Fingerprint (car)
    • Where: Above the wheel at the back
    • Tool: Paintbrush
      • Powder above the wheel
      • You have to blow air in the microphone

  • Melt metal
    • Where: Back of the car
    • Tool: Paintbrush
      • With the stylus, clean the black area

  • Partial shoeprint
    • Where: Pool of fat near the corpse
    • Tool: Camera

Morgue


Click on the wound area on the victim's neck for a little game. You have to
insert the tweezer with caution in the hole with the stylus but pay attention,
you CAN'T LET GO OF THE STYLUS or else you have to start again. When you are
holding the black object, you have to make some light vertical moves for
unblocking it. Then, remove the tweezer slowly out of the hole. When the game
is taking back the control, it means that the operation was a success. Remember
one thing: NEVER LET GO OF THE STYLUS, NEVER REMOVE IT FROM THE SCREEN.

The black thing is a plastic piece.

Lab

- Hodges:
  • Cellphone
  • Melt metal
  • Plastic piece

- Wound picture: Just outline the shape by following lines and crosses.


- Fingerprint (car): Katja Osipov

The goal here is to choose two points and to search a suspect. If they're
correct, you'll get the owner's name. Being wrong here at several tries isn't
involved in the final evaluation. The localisation of the right points are
random each time you're playing that case, so I can't tell you which one to
choose. I'm just giving the name that will be revealed.

- Blood sample: Cocaine

The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the patter. The colors must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack them. This game is timed. I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to find the right molecule part.

Blood Sample

- = grey ball
B = blue
R = red
G = green

                                           G
                                     - B     - R
                                   R     - R     - B
                                     - G     - G
                                   R

Katja Osipov's Place


Find the following objects or traces:

  • Talkie Walkie
    • Where: Middle shelf - first bookshelf
    • Tool: Luminol (spray)
      • Put Luminol on the upper part of the talkie. When the game takes control, it means you've put enough of it.

  • Fingerprint (detonator)
    • Where: Under the second bookshelf
    • Tool: Paintbrush
      • Powder on the middle detonator
      • You have to blow air in the microphone

Click on the computer for a zoom on Katja's desk and find:

  • Accidents reports
    • Where: Rack
    • Tool: Hand

  • Email
    • Where: Computer screen
    • Tool: Magnifying glass

Lab


- Hodge:
  • Talkie Walkie
  • Fingerprint (detonator)

Brass


Katja Osipov's questionning:

  • Email
  • Accidents reports

Lab


- Hodges:
  • Talkie Walkie
  • Melt metal

Colby Price's Place


Find the following objects or traces:

  • White powder
    • Where: Bar
    • Tool: Hand

  • Missing object on the ground
    • Where: In front of the bed, where the blu ground is cleared than the rest
    • Tool: Luminol (spray)
      • Put Luminol on the outline of the clear spot. When the game takes control, it means you've put enough of it.

  • Missing object on the table
    • Where: Table near the TV
    • Tool: Luminol (spray)
      • Put Luminol on the right part of your screen.

Click on the bed for a zoom on it and find:

  • Blond hair
    • Where: Upper part of the bed
    • Tool: Adhesive
      • Put the adhesive in front of the evidence then roll it with your stylus to the right. Then put pressure on the evidence for it to stick to your tool then with one tap, remove the adhesive.

  • Bed stain
    • Where: Bottom left part of the bed
    • Tool: Swab

Lab


- Hodges:
  • Bed stain
  • Missing object on the table
  • Blond hair

- White powder: Cocaine

Powder

- : grey ball
B : blue
R : red
G : green

                                   B
                                    - B
                                   B     - R
                                     - G     - R
                                   R     - G
                                       B

Brass


Colby Price's questionning:

  • Missing object on the ground
  • White powder
  • Blond Hair

The game will switch to Sara Lee Strong's questionning. She's the scriptwriter of the movie.


Lab

- Thomas Goyer's memory card: Data series

The goal is to find the 7 differences between two data series by double
clicking on them. It can be an error of spelling or of color.

Corrupt data (touch screen)
001: 84
004: 0A purple in the end of the line
006: 01 (2nd column) - 3C
008: C4
00A: 77
00B: last 04

- Date series 1: Rewritten script


- Data series 2: Picture of Goyer with Zander, the victim.

The game is a puzzle one: put the picture parts in the right list on the
blurry picture in the middle. You can rotate the parts with the stylus if
needed. Just begin by the C part who will be put in the brown part in the
bottom.

Brass

Thomas Goyer's questionning:

  • Rewritten script
  • Compromising picture

Sara Lee Strong's Place


Click with the magnifying glass on the garbage can, remove the papers and take
the following proof:

  • Broken Wifi card
    • Where: Garbage can
    • Tool: Hand

Click on the pieces stacked near the table and the chair on the floor for:

  • Bloody rug
    • Where: Near the table, under the pile
    • Tool: Hand

Lab


- Fingerprint (detonator): Sara Lee Strong

Brass

Sara Lee Strong's questionning:

  • Bloody rug
  • Broken Wifi card
  • Sara's fingerprint on the detonator
  • Tears (swab - bed stain)
  • Rewritten script

CASE 2: Glass Jaw

  • CSI: Nick Stokes & Catherine Willows
  • Victim: Elliot Fine
  • Suspects: Rachel Fine, Rocco Brindle, Jessie Horsher & Chandler Saunders

Glassworks Hall


Catherine will begin this case with you for a simple reason: Nick is late. When
he arrives, you'll work with him.

You can tap on the body (the shadow on the sword of the statue) and use the
magnifying glass for a comment.

Find the proofs or the traces which follow:

  • Victim's wallet
    • Where: Between the blood trails
    • Tool: Hand

  • Broken glass and Fingerprint (glass)
    • Where: At the right of the statue
    • Tool: Hand
      • Put the adhesive in front of the evidence then roll it with your stylus to the right. Then put pressure on the evidence for it to stick to your tool then with one tap, remove the adhesive.

  • Blood drops
    • Where: In front of the base of the statue, just in the right
    • Tool: Camera

Tap on the left blood trail for a zoom.

  • Shoeprint (blood)
    • Where: Big stain in the middle
    • Tool: Camera

Nick will arrive when you'll tap on the phone for leaving the scene.


Lab

- Hodges:
  • Shoeprint (blood)

- Fingerprint (glass) : Elliot Fine


The goal here is to choose three points and to search a suspect. If they are
correct, you'll get the owner's name. Being wrong here at several tries isn't
involved in the final evaluation. The localisation of the right points are
random each time you're playing that case, so I can't tell you which one to
choose. I'm just giving the name that will be revealed.

- Broken glass: Gin

The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the patter. The colors
must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
them. This game is timed. I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it
will be up to you to find the right molecule part.

Broken Glass

- = grey ball
B = blue
R = red
G = green

                                     - G
                                  B     - R
                                     - B
                                   R     - R
                                       B     - R
                                         - G
                                       G

Morgue


Scrutinize the belly wound with the magnifying glass then with the tweezer, take
the bloody bandage laying next to the body.

Glassworks Hall

Talk with Rocco Brindle, the Glassworks's owner, for adding some suspects on
your list: Jessie Horsher & Chandler Saunders. He'll give you also access to
another place: the Glass Bar.

Glass Bar

Take the following objects or traces:

  • Bills
    • Where: On the floor, in front of the toilet door
    • Tool: Hand

  • Fingerprint (bottle)
    • Where: On the counter
    • Tool: Paintbrush
      • Powder on the right
      • You have to blow air in the microphone

  • Blood trace
    • Where: Just before the balcony door, in the right
    • Tool: Swab

Tap on the toilet garbage can for a zoom.

  • Blood (bandage in the can)
    • Where: Garbage can
    • Tool: Swab

Get out of the zoom, then scroll to the right until you have the balcony door in view. Tap on it then on the magnifying glass. When you're on the balcony, tap the statue with the same tool (magnifying glass for those who didn't follow my explanation).


Lab

- Fingerprint (bottle): Elliot Fine

- Blood (garbage can): Elliot Fine

The goal here is to reconstitute a DNA: you have to drag and drop the  parts
where it's corresponding with the shape in the middle. You will have to rotate
them. Just an advise, try to see where the part can be dropped thanks to the
balls (their positions or colors). It's very hard to explain where each thing
goes and it can take time before finding the right place. This game is timed and
it can make you miss the gold star at the end.

- Blood (Glassworks Hall): Elliot Fine

  • Cf. Blood (garbage can)

- Bills: Fingerprint

  • Tap on the upper right corner of the middle paper for discovering prints.
  • Blow air in the microphone as usual.

Jessie Horsher's Workshop


Talk with Jessie.

Elliot Fine's Office

Talk with Chandler Saunders before beginning your search:

  • Professional records and Elliot's deleted email
    • Where: Desk
    • Tool: Hand

Tap on the open left drawer for a zoom:

  • Wedding contract
    • Where: Middle envelope
    • Tool: Hand

Tap on the garbage can, in the right, for a zoom:

  • Torn papers
    • Where: Garbage can
    • Tool: Hand
Tap on the open drawer of the desk for a final zoom:

  • Life insurance
    • Where: Middle of the drawer
    • Tool: Hand

Lab


- Hodges:
  • Deleted email
  • Life insurance

- Torn papers: Juridical documents


The goal here is to reconstitute a paper: begin by the signature at the
bottom.

Brass

Rocco Brindle's questionning:

  • Juridical documents
  • Professional records

Glassworks Hall


Tap on the sword for a game where you will have to outline the shape.

Lab

- Hodges:
  • Glass sword

Morgue


Talk with Doc Robbins.

Jessie Horsher's Workshop

Tap on the blue fabric for a zoom:

  • Stain
    • Where: Blue fabric
    • Tool: Swab

Tap on the oven in the right for a zoom:

  • Burnt metal
    • Where: Back of the oven, behind the bottles
    • Tool: Hand
      • Remove the bottles in order to discover and take a scalpel

  • Palmar print
    • Where: Oven button
    • Tool: Paintbrush
      • Powder on the button
      • You have to blow air in the microphone

Lab


- Hodges:
  • Palmar print
  • Metallic cylinder (or scalpel or burnt metal, choose your favorite name)

- Stain sample (blue fabric): Two DNA to analyze (Jessie Horsher & Elliot Fine)


The goal here is to reconstitute a DNA: you have to drag and drop the  parts
where it's corresponding with the shape in the middle. You will have to rotate
them. Just an advise, try to see where the part can be dropped thanks to the
balls (their positions or colors). It's very hard to explain where each thing
goes and it can take time before finding the right place. This game is timed and
it can make you miss the gold star at the end.

Brass

Jessie Horsher's questionning:
  • Burnt metal
  • Stain sample (blue fabric)
  • Email

Brass (Go to Brass's office for a second time)


Rachel Fine's questionning:

  • Life insurance
  • Wedding contract

Lab


- Knife (scalpel): Fingerprint

  • Put powder on the blade then blow some air in the microphone.

- Fingerprint (knife): Chandler Saunders


Brass

Chandler Saunders's questionning:

  • Palmar print
  • Knife
  • Thumb print (knife)

CASE 3: Boys With Toys

  • CSI: Greg Sanders
  • Victim: Folger McCulloug
  • Suspects: Brian Foster, Terry Jadine & Lydia Gray

Warehouse

Take the following things:

  • Weapon
    • Where: Next to the body
    • Tool: Hand

  • Bullet (box)
    • Where: Next to the wall with bullet holes
    • Tool: Tweezer

  • Cartridges
    • Where: To the right of the box in the foreground
    • Tool: Hand

  • Partial shoeprint
    • Where: Above the cartridges
    • Tool: Camera

  • Partial shoeprint (plank)
    • Where: On the plank next to the blue barrel
    • Tool: Camera

Tap on the exit door for a zoom:

  • Partial shoeprint (mud)
    • Where: On the ground
    • Tool: Cast (pouring)
      • Pour the cast in the black frame

Get out of the zoom then get back to the corpse for a better view:

  • Victim's blood
    • Where: Next to the body
    • Tool: Swab

  • Partial shoeprint (blood)
    • Where: Pool of blood next to the head
    • Tool: Camera

Get out and touch the wall with the bullet holes

  • Wall with bullet holes
    • Where: Back wall
    • Tool: Magnifying glass
      • You have to outline the shape with lines and crosses

Morgue


Look at the torso for learning that Doc Robbins already sent the bullets to the
lab.

Lab

- Hodges:
  • Weapon
  • Victim's blood
  • Cartridges

- Partial shoeprint (any of them) : Boots


The goal here is to make a complete shoeprint

  • Sole of the foot: YELLOW - RED
  • Heel: PURPLE - GREEN

- Bullet holes in the wall: The game is identical to the one with the plastic piece in the first case. You have to insert the tweezer with caution in the hole with the stylus but pay attention, you CAN'T LET GO OF THE STYLUS or else you have to start again. When you are holding the bullet, you have to make some light vertical moves for unblocking it. Then, remove the tweezer slowly out of the hole. When the game is taking back the control, it means that the operation was a success. Remember one thing: NEVER LET GO OF THE STYLUS, NEVER REMOVE IT FROM THE SCREEN.


- Bullet fragments (any of them): Two weapons were used.

The goal is to reconstitute a bullet. Just use the lines on the fragments and
the model for it.

Folger McCullough's Appartment

Take:

  • Closed envelope
    • Where: Nightstand
    • Tool: Hand

  • Brian's message
    • Where: Under the bed
    • Tool: Hand

  • Airsoft mask
    • Where: On the bed
    • Tool: Hand

  • Boots
    • Where: Near the bed, on the right
    • Tool: Luminol (spray)
      • Put Luminol on the right part of the boot

Lab


- Hodges:
  • Airsoft mask

- Envelope you're opening: Break-up letter to a certain Lydia.


- Cartridges: Fingerprint

  • Put a bit of powder on the middle then blow some air in the microphone.

- Fingerprint (cartridge): Brian Foster.


The goal here is to choose three points and to search a suspect. If they are
correct, you'll get the owner's name. Being wrong here at several tries isn't
involved in the final evaluation. The localisation of the right points are
random each time you're playing that case, so I can't tell you which one to
choose. I'm just giving the name that will be revealed.

Brass

Brian Foster's questionning:

  • Brian's message
  • Guns register
  • Cartridges

Lab


- Hodges:
  • Brian's weapon

Lydia Gray's Appartment


Talk with Lydia.

Lab

Talk with Greg.

Terry Jardine's Living Room

Find:

  • Weapons list
    • Where: Table between the sofa and the seat
    • Tool: Hand

Touch the safe and use the paintbrush on the panel. Blow some air in the microphone then touch again the safe for a zoom.

  • Gun and Fingerprint (weapon)
    • Where: Upper part of the safe
    • Tool: Hand
      • Put the adhesive in front of the evidence then roll it with your stylus to the right. Then put pressure on the evidence for it to stick to your tool then with one tap, remove the adhesive.

  • Money
    • Where: Upper part of the safe
    • Tool: Hand

  • Weapons
    • Where: Bottom of the safe
    • Tool: Hand

Lab


- Hodges:
  • Weapons list

- Hair (airsoft mask): Hairspray


The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to drag
and drop molecule parts in the right list on the patter. The colors must be
related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack them. This game
is timed. I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
find the right molecule part.

Hair

- = grey ball
B = blue
R = red
G = green

                                   G
                                     - R
                                   G     - G
                                     - B     - B
                                   R     - R
                                       B

- Fingerprint (weapon) : Terry Jardine


Brass

Terry Jardine's questionning:

  • Brian Foster's message
  • Bullet from the box
  • Charge report
  • Weapons list

You will have to do the identikit (well the drawning of a suspect's face). The following is from the top to the bottom - always using the right arrow).

  • Shape of the face: 3rd model (upper arrow)
  • Hair: 5th model
  • Eyes: 3rd model
  • Nose: 1st model
  • Lips: 4th model

Lydia Gray's Appartment


Take:

  • Bills
    • Where: In the kitchen
    • Tool: Hand

  • Gloves
    • Where: On the floor
    • Tool: Hand
      • Put the adhesive in front of the evidence then roll it with your stylus to the right. Then put pressure on the evidence for it to stick to your tool then with one tap, remove the adhesive.

  • Socks
    • Where: Right garbage can
    • Tool: Hand

Click on the open closet under the sink for a zoom:

  • Hairspray
    • Where: Closet
    • Tool: Hand

Lab


- Hairspray: Molecule to reconstitute based on the DNA game

- Blue stain (gloves): Water paint

Blue Stain

- = grey ball
B = blue
R = red
G = green

                                   G     - R
                                     - B     - G
                                   R     - R
                                     - G     - G
                                           B

Warehouse


Touch the blue barrel for moving it then use the hand for taking the gun.

Lab

- Weapon (barrel): Fingerprint

  • Put a bit of powder on the handle then blow some air in the microphone.

- Fingeprint (weapon): Lydia Gray


Brass

Lydia Gray's questionning:

  • Break-up letter
  • Envelope
  • Airsoft mask
  • Socks
  • Crime weapon

CASE 4: Of Cases Past

  • CSI: Catherine Willows (with a special appearance of Riley Adams)
  • Victim: Lydia Gray
  • Suspects: Sebastian Blau, Samantha Tymes, Wade Osterman & Rafael Campo
  • Guest stars: Sara Lee Strong, Chandler Saunders

No luck for you but your previous suspect, Lydia Gray, just died before her transfert.


Morgue

Look at the mouth and the elbow for having Doc Robbins's opinion.

Hogan, Price et McCullough's Office

Find:

  • Lydia's phone number
    • Where: Desk
    • Tool: Hand

  • Lydia's note
    • Where: Desk
    • Tool: Hand
      • Use the stylus on the page for blackening it and revealing the name Smithe A.

Touch Folger McCullough's bag on the left for a zoom:

  • Order for buying something
    • Where: Folger's bag
    • Tool: Hand

Touch Lydia's bag on the left of the desk for a zoom of its content:

  • Towel with blue stains
    • Where: Upper part of the bag
    • Tool: Hand

  • Black bottle
    • Where: Bottom part of the bag
    • Tool: Hand

Tap on the furniture behind the desk then on the keyhole for triggering the game with the tweezer. Insert the tweezer with caution in the hole with the stylus but pay attention, you CAN'T LET GO OF THE STYLUS or else you have to start again. When you are holding the key, you have to make some light vertical moves for unblocking it. Then, remove the tweezer slowly out of the hole. When the game is taking back the control, it means that the operation was a success. Remember one thing: NEVER LET GO OF THE STYLUS, NEVER REMOVE IT FROM THE SCREEN.


Then remove the papers for discovering a prescription.

Lab

- Hodges: Prescription, buying order, account book, towel

- Catherine: Phone

- Pills bottle: Antidepressants

The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to drag
and drop molecule parts in the right list on the patter. The colors must be
related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack them. This game
is timed. I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
find the right molecule part.

Pills

- = grey ball
B = blue
R = red
G = green

                                       B
                                         - R
                                       B     - G
                                   B      - R
                                     - G     - R
                                   R       G

Higher Purpose Private Hospital


Talk with Wade Osterman.

Brass

Samantha Tymes's questionning: 

You will have to do the identikit (well the drawning of a suspect's face). The
following is from the top to the bottom - always using the right arrow).

  • Shape of the face: 2nd model (upper arrow)
  • Hair: 4th model
  • Eyes: 5th model
  • Nose: 4th model
  • Lips: 4th model

New Living Health Center


Take:

  • Damaged paper
    • Where: Open box
    • Tool: Hand

Then, touch the pile of papers on the ground, just in front of the door. Remove them for (use the magnifying glass for the game):

  • USB Key
    • Where: Under the pile of papers
    • Tool: Hand

Then, touch the open drawer on the right for a zoom:

  • Delivery order
    • Where: Drawer
    • Tool: Hand

Then, touch the door for a game: you have to repair the electronic lock. Just follow the path. Once it's open, touch the door then the magnifying glass for looking in the new room. You're finding a seat you can touch for a comment and the famous box beam. Just touch it for:

  • Chemical product (box beam)
    • Where: Entrance of the box beam
    • Tool: Swab

Lab


- Damaged papers: Lost objects inventory report

  • Just clean the papers with your stylus.

- Delivery order: Find the differences by double clicking on them.

Differences (touch screen)
Line 6326 - (4256): 2
Line 8627 - (8127): 18
Line 3389 - (2365): (2365)
Line 2371 - (3773): 33

- USB Key: Customers's register (with Sara Lee Strong & Chandler Saunders)


The goal is to find the 7 differences between two data series by double
clicking on them. It can be an error of spelling or of color.

Corrupt data (touch screen)
001: 01
003: 45
004: FF - 00
007: 0A
008: 01 (2nd)
00B: last 60

- Chemical product (box beam): Thalium

Box Beam

- = grey ball
B = blue
R = red
G = green

                                   R     - B       G
                                     - G     - B     - B
                                   B     - R     - G
                                             - R

Higher Purpose Private Hospital


Talk with Wade Osterman:

  • Incoherent buying order
  • Inventory reports
  • Customers's register
  • Drawning of the suspect's face

Then click on the middle shelf near the sink, in the middle shelf (2nd when counting from the bottom), for a zoom. Take the white bottle with the hand.


You can discuss now with Sebastian Blau (and if you're paying attention,
Catherine is making a reference to Grissom).

Brass

With Brass, you'll speak with three persons. At the jail, you'll see Sara Lee
Strong again, then, with Riley Adamns, you'll question Chandler Saunders before
going back to Samatha Tymes.

Extravagant Auto

Touch the car door for a zoom of its interior:

  • Thalium trace
    • Where: Back ground
    • Tool: Adhesive
      • Put the adhesive in front of the evidence then roll it with your stylus to the right. Then put pressure on the evidence for it to stick to your tool then with one tap, remove the adhesive. It's here the blue stain.

  • Blond hair
    • Where: Back headrest
    • Tool: Tweezers

  • Fingerprint (handle)
    • Where: Door handle
    • Tool: Paintbrush
      • Powder on the handle
      • You have to blow air in the microphone

Lab


- Hodges: Chemical product

- Hair: Sara Lee Strong's DNA

The goal here is to reconstitute a DNA: you have to drag and drop the parts
where it's corresponding with the shape in the middle. You will have to rotate
them. Just an advise, try to see where the part can be dropped  thanks to
the balls (their positions or colors). It's very hard to explain where each
thing goes and it can take time before finding the right place. This game is
timed and it can make you miss the gold star at the end.

- Fingerprint (car handle): Chandler Saunders

The goal here is to choose four points and to search a suspect. If they are
correct, you'll get the owner's name. Being wrong here at several tries isn't
involved in the final evaluation. The localisation of the right points are
random each time you're playing that case, so I can't tell you which one to
choose. I'm just giving the name that will be revealed.

Brass

Rafael Campo's questionning:

  • Sara Lee Strong's hair
  • Chandler Saunders's fingerprint
  • Thalium trace (car)
Birchy Meadows

Take:

  • Lipstick sample
    • Where: On the glass on the table
    • Tool: Swab

  • Unknown powder
    • Where: Bookshelf
    • Tool: Hand

  • Sebastian Blau's notes
    • Where: Right desk
    • Tool: Hand

Touch the box beam for a zoom:

  • Fingernail
    • Where: In the box beam
    • Tool: Tweezers

  • Fingerprint (handle)
    • Where: Handle (left)
    • Tool: Paintbrush
      • Powder on the handle
      • You have to blow air in the microphone

Get out of the zoom and click on the wine case near the bookshelf. Be accurate because it's the top that will grant you access to the zoom:

  • Beater
    • Where: Wine case
    • Tool: Hand

Lab


- Hodges: Fingernail

- Lipstick sample: Lydia Gray

The goal here is to reconstitute a DNA: you have to drag and drop the parts
where it's corresponding with the shape in the middle. You will have to rotate
them. Just an advise, try to see where the part can be dropped  thanks to
the balls (their positions or colors). It's very hard to explain where each
thing goes and it can take time before finding the right place. This game is
timed and it can make you miss the gold star at the end.

- Fingerprint (box beam): Sebastian Blau (for the other, Catherine will find
  Chandler Saunders)

- Beater: Thalium

Beater

- = grey ball
B = blue
R = red
G = green

                                   G     - R
                                     - G     - G
                                   R     - B     - R
                                     - G     - G
                                         - B
                                       R

Brass


Sebastian Blau's questionning:

  • Fingernail (Sara Lee Strong's DNA)
  • Chandler Saunders's fingerprints (box beam)
  • Sebastian Blau's fingerprints (box beam)
  • Account book
  • Sulfate powder (Blau's shelf in Birchy Meadows)
  • Beater
  • Lydia Gray's DNA
  • Blau's notes on his research

Copyright

  • Writer: Vinciane Amorini (cleo_rabb(@)hotmail.com - vamorini(@)gmail.com)
  • Country: Belgium
  • Dates: December 2009
  • Version: 1.2

I don't mind you picking my guide for publishing it on your site but please, notice me and credit me. Oh and I don't want you to edit my FAQ for making your site appear on it. This work is copyrighted, so, you can't take it and make you the author when you're not.


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