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Subway Sleuth plays sort of like a very simple Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego game. You are a "subway sleuth", which apparently is basically a detective who needs to ride the subway to various locations in order to solve a crime. The crime here is that a valuable diamond has been stolen from a museum. You are given a clue, and must figure out which location (subway stop) to visit to get the next clue. Stops are alphabetic, from A Street (Downtown) to Z Street (Uptown). The game itself is pretty simple, the primary annoyance being having to wait while the subway travels from place to place. Okay if you're moving from M to N, not so much moving M to B. There are both Express (stops only at vowel stations) and Local trains so make sure you hop on the correct one. Could be a good game to teach kids local reasoning ... and patience!
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