Where's an Egg?

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*This game looks similar to the point-and-click computer game "[[Wikipedia:Jack Orlando|Jack Orlando: A Cinematic Adventure]]", in which a Private Investigator who has seen better days needs to clear his name when he is on the spot for murder.
*This game looks similar to the point-and-click computer game "[[Wikipedia:Jack Orlando|Jack Orlando: A Cinematic Adventure]]", in which a Private Investigator who has seen better days needs to clear his name when he is on the spot for murder.
*[[Wikipedia:Boise, Idaho|Boise]] is the capital city of the US state [[Wikipedia:Idaho|Idaho]].   
*[[Wikipedia:Boise, Idaho|Boise]] is the capital city of the US state [[Wikipedia:Idaho|Idaho]].   
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*Brodermaker is a reference to video game company [[Wikipedia:Brøderbund|Brøderbund]], makers of the [[Wikipedia:Carmen Sandiego|Carmen Sandiego]] games.
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*Brodermaker could be a reference to video game company [[Wikipedia:Brøderbund|Brøderbund]], makers of the [[Wikipedia:Carmen Sandiego|Carmen Sandiego]] games.
*This game is also very similar, in some aspects, to the early [[Wikipedia:Carmen Sandiego|Carmen Sandiego]] games.
*This game is also very similar, in some aspects, to the early [[Wikipedia:Carmen Sandiego|Carmen Sandiego]] games.
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Revision as of 15:51, 29 January 2007

A renegade cop with nothing to lose and an egg on his mind.

"In this hard-boiled adventure game, you must help the Boise police force find a missing egg. Not in Mancuso's garage? Try Brodermaker's gymbag. Everyone's a suspect when "Where's an Egg?" is the game that you are playing. And that's this game!!" -Videlectrix

Where's an Egg? is a game by Videlectrix.

The game is only mentioned on the Videlectrix game catalog; it is not available for play.

Fun Facts

Inside References

  • This is another mention of Eggs.

Real-World References

  • This game looks similar to the point-and-click computer game "Jack Orlando: A Cinematic Adventure", in which a Private Investigator who has seen better days needs to clear his name when he is on the spot for murder.
  • Boise is the capital city of the US state Idaho.
  • Brodermaker could be a reference to video game company Brøderbund, makers of the Carmen Sandiego games.
  • This game is also very similar, in some aspects, to the early Carmen Sandiego games.


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