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Where in the U.S.A. is Carmen Sandiego? is a computer game based on the popular game, Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? Contents 1 Plot 2 Where in the U.S.A. Is Carmen Sandiego? (1985 version) 2.1 The Chase 2.2 The Warrent and the Arrest 2.3 States Visited 2.4 List of stolen items 2.5 V.I.L.E. Villains 3 Where in the U.S.A. Is Carmen Sandiego? (Deluxe version) 3.1 The Chase 3.2 The Warrent and the Arrest 3.3 States Visited 3.4 List of stolen items 3.5 V.I.L.E. Villains 4 Where in the U.S.A. Is Carmen Sandiego? (1996 version) 4.1 The Chase 4.2 The Warrant and the Arrest 4.3 Characters and Animation 4.4 States Visited 4.5 List of stolen items 4.6 V.I.L.E. Villains 5 See also 6 External links Plot In the game, players, who are ACME agents, travel to 51 locations around the United States (50 cities and the District of Columbia) in order to find Carmen Sandiego's V.I.L.E. henchmen. At the first rank, gumshoe, the player has 6 days (144 hours) to track down, identify, issue a warrant for, and capture the criminal. Every third or fourth crime a player solves, he goes up in rank. This means that the player will have to travel through another city in the same amount of time. There are ten different ranks, and the player will run into Carmen Sandiego at the rank of Master Detective after he has solved 38 crimes. Where in the U.S.A. Is Carmen Sandiego? (1985 version) The first one was produced as a sequel to the ever-popular Where in the World, and was released in 1985-1986. The Chase The goal of the game is to track Carmen's henchmen across the U.S.A., arrest them, and ultimately arrest Carmen Sandiego. The Warrent and the Arrest The player will be given information on the suspect which is used to obtain a warrant on them so as to narrow down the suspect to one of the V.I.L.E. members in the database. States Visited Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri - Montana - Nebraska - Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington, D.C. West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming List of stolen items Each of the states has three possible items that can be stolen from it. Alabama - The Boll Weevil Monument. Jefferson Davis' Top Hat. George Washington Carver's lab notes. Alaska - The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System. The secret formula for Kodiak Bear Repellent. The Mendenhall Glacier. Arizona - The Petrified Forest. Geronimo's war bonnet. The Painted Desert. Arkansas - Thermostat from Arkansas Hot Springs. The Crater of Diamonds. Magnetic Mountain. California - All the cable cars in San Francisco. The Hollywood Sign. The last California Condor. Colorado - Pikes Peak. Molly Brown's tea set. Colorado State Capitol's golden dome. Connecticut - Statue of Nathan Hale. Historic Colt Revolver. The Charter Oak. Delaware - America's first log cabin. Mason-Dixon Monument. Cooch's Bridge Florida - Fountain of Youth. The launching pad of Cape Canaveral. Keys to Key West. Georgia - The Okefenokee Swamp. Scarlett O'Hara's petticoat. The entire year's peanut crop. Hawaii - King Kamehameha I's crown. The original recipe for poi. The telescope from the Mauna Loa Observatory. Idaho - Chief Joseph's teepee. The secret cure for potato blight. All the snow in Sun Valley. Illinois - Abraham Lincoln's stovepipe hat. The Chicago Water Tower. The Chicago Loop. Indiana - The Finish Flag from the Indianapolis 500. The Battle of Tippecanoe Monument. The New Harmony Memorial. Iowa - A Grant Wood painting. Herbert Hoover's baby shoes. A prize-winning pig. Kansas - Dorothy Gales' red shoes. Toto's flea collar. A Pony Express Station. Kentucky - Winner's Circle from Churchill Downs. Daniel Boone's compass. The keys to Fort Knox. Louisiana - Jean Lafitte's cutlass. The streetcar named Desire. The secret recipe for Gumbo. Maine - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's first verse. A Winslow Homer painting. All the lobster pots in the state. Maryland - Manuscript of The Star-Spangled Banner. The keys to Camp David. Edgar Allan Poe's raven. Massachusetts - Paul Revere's silver spurs. Plymouth Rock. The lanterns from Old North Church. Michigan - Old Model T Ford. The original recipe for Kellogg's Corn flakes. The entire year's cherry crop. Minnesota - The head waters of the Mississippi River. Paul Bunyan's axe. The Mayo Brothers' stethoscope. Mississippi - William Faulkner's writing desk. Elvis Presley's blue suede baby shoes. The original Mississippi River Boat. Missouri - Tom Sawyer's fence. Harry S. Truman's piano. Jesse James' suspenders. Montana - George Armstrong Custer's boots. Crazy Horse's war bonnet. Glacier National Park. The Continental Divide. Nebraska - Wild Bill Hickok's hat. The largest mammoth fossil ever found. Chimney Rock National Historic Site. Nevada - Hoover Dam. The deed to the Comstock Lode. All the slot machines in the state. New Hampshire - Nose from the Old Man of the Mountain. The wind gauge from Mount Washington. Daniel Webster's teething ring. New Jersey - Miss America's crown. Thomas Edison's lab notes. Walt Whitman's writing desk. New Mexico - The Santa Fe Trail. Carlsbad Caverns National Park. A trophy from a hot air balloon race. New York - Rip Van Winkle's nightshirt. The Brooklyn Bridge. Babe Ruth's bat from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. North Carolina - Sir Walter Raleigh's cape. The Wright Brothers National Memorial. Virginia Dare's birth certificate. North Dakota - Theodore Roosevelt's branding iron. Sitting Bull's blanket. The International Peace Garden. Ohio - Johnny Appleseed's secret cider recipe. The Serpent Mound. Red Grange's jersey from Pro Football Hall of Fame. Oklahoma - Will Rogers' lariat. The surrey with fringe on top. The oil drilling rights to the entire state. Oregon - The water from Crater Lake. Sea Lion Caves. The end of the Oregon Trail. Pennsylvania - The Liberty Bell. Betsy Ross' sewing basket. Benjamin Franklin's printing press. Rhode Island - Rhode Island Red. The crystal chandelier from The Breakers. Rhode Island State House's marble dome. South Carolina - Statue of John C. Calhoun. The plans to Fort Sumter. Blackbeard's treasure. South Dakota - Theodore Roosevelt's mustache from Mount Rushmore. Calamity Jane's six-shooter. The deed to the Homestake Mine. Tennessee - Tennessee Walking Horse. Davy Crockett's coonskin cap. The stage of the Grand Ole Opry. Texas - The Yellow Rose of Texas. Sam Houston's rifle. J.R.'s Stetson. Utah - Bonneville Salt Flats. Great Salt Lake. Promontory Point. Vermont - Entire year's harvest of maple syrup. Ethan Allen's powderhorn. Calvin Coolidge's baby shoes. Virginia - George Washington's axe. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The Chincoteague Pony herd. Washington - Elevator from the Space Needle. Statue of Chief Seattle. Grand Coulee Dam. Washington, D.C. - The White House china set. The President's helicopter. The Chief Justice's gavel. West Virginia - John Brown's body. The entire year's production of marbles. Shenandoah Valley's apple crop. Wisconsin - A prize-winning dairy cattle. The entire year's production of cheese. An antique circus train from the Circus World Museum. Wyoming - Devils Tower National Monument. The Statue of Buffalo Bill. Grand Teton. NOTE: While many of the items stolen in the 1996 version are valuable, a few are whimsical. For example, Indiana's item is the finish flag from the Indianapolis 500, Texas' item is the playbook of the Dallas Cowboys, then the most successful NFL team, and Massachusetts' item is the Boston Red Sox's socks. V.I.L.E. Villains The V.I.L.E. agents the player runs into are the following: Name Hair Color Favorite Food Sport Hobby Music Alexander Graham Edison Brown Southern Basketball Auto Repair Opera Benjamin Hana Black Creole Hockey Gambling Country Brenda & Cobina Vanderbilt Red Creole Football Spelunking Country B. B. D. O'Brien Brown Seafood Baseball Spelunking Classic Carmen Sandiego Black Tex Mex Basketball Gambling Classic Gypsy Rose Lasagna Black Tex Mex Basketball Fortunes Rock Heidi Gosikh Blond Southern Hockey Auto Repair Country Karl La Fong Black Tex Mex Football Fortunes Rock Ken Hartley Reed Brown Seafood Basketball Spelunking Classic Mylar Naugahyde Blond Southern Baseball Gambling Opera Polly Esther Fabrique Brown Seafood Baseball Fortunes Opera Sheriff Paul Drive Blond Creole Baseball Auto Repair Country Sven Galli Red Tex Mex Hockey Fortunes Rock Titus Canby Red Seafood Football Spelunking Classic Venus H. Pencil Blond Southern Hockey Auto Repair Opera Wendy Pauper Red Creole Football Gambling Rock Where in the U.S.A. Is Carmen Sandiego? (Deluxe version) This was then changed entirely, and re-released in 1993 as "Where in The USA is Carmen Sandiego? Deluxe Edition." The Chase The goal of the game is to track Carmen's henchmen across the U.S.A., arrest them, and ultimately arrest Carmen Sandiego. The Warrent and the Arrest The player will be given information on the suspect which is used to obtain a warrant on them so as to narrow down the suspect to one of the V.I.L.E. members in the database. States Visited Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri - Montana - Nebraska - Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington, D.C. West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming List of stolen items Montana - The Going-to-the-Sun Highway. This section requires expansion. V.I.L.E. Villains Carmen Sandiego - Hugo Yurway - This section requires expansion. Where in the U.S.A. Is Carmen Sandiego? (1996 version) In 1996, the game was remastered and re-released in the Windows and Macintosh formats, and featured Lynne Thigpen as "The Chief". The opening credits shows Carmen arriving in her underground V.I.L.E. outpost in Washington, D.C., as she and RoboCrook plots to steal America's greatest treasure. Carmen then contacts each of her V.I.L.E. operatives telling them to begin their missions. The Chase Unlike in the previous games, the image of the locations took up most the screen, with the game options only taking up the bottom third of the screen. Each location had an elaborately painted backdrop that could be scrolled around a full three hundred and sixty degrees. Each location provided clues in the form of several bystanders and scraps of paper lying on the ground. The scraps of paper exclusively provided clues about the suspect's appearance. The Warrant and the Arrest Another change is that the user is not given dossiers describing the members of V.I.L.E. and that all the clues given about the suspect are physical traits, enabling the user to identify the crook on sight. This means that the user will have to compile a full warrant rather than one of just enough traits to distinguish which crook is responsible. In the final destination, the crook is seen walking around the location with several innocent bystanders, meaning the user will have to use the warrant to identify which person is the criminal. The crook's name is only given after the arrest, in which a newspaper (U.S.A. Someday) appears with a headline declaring the criminal has been captured. If the person arrested does not match the warrant, they will be found innocent and released just as they would if the warrant were inaccurate or not issued. Eight of the crooks captured over the course of the game each provided a single line of verse. These eight verses, once pieced together, created a part of the letter that read as follows: Dear RoboCrook Soon we'll pull off the perfect theft. A scheme of grand design. Characters and Animation Another added feature were the ACME Good Guides, a group of colorful characters who, if called upon, provide information about the United States. If the user calls an ACME Good Guide during a case, that guide will call back later to inform the user whether or not their warrant has any errors. If the user wishes to take tours with the Good Guides and travel to states without the inconvenience of having to track a crook, "explorer mode" is available. The animation in the game closely imitated the look of traditional animated cartoons. The animations that alert the user that the correct destination has been reached featured either Carmine from Junior Detective Edition or a pair of bumbling janitors named Rick and Nick ICK, or RoboCrook. These animations, as well as the animations that depicted the arrest of the crooks, featured much use of cartoon physics. Ivan Idea will summon his floating orb that sprouts a large glove that swats the crook; Herman Nootix will throw his book to trip the crook; Dee Plomasy will trap the crook with her turban; Renee Santz will play her saxophone where a musical note will trip the crook; Rock Solid will trap the crook with the pile of logs; Ann Tickwittee touches her magic lamp to help the Genie to capture the crook; and Kim Yoonity will give the crook her balloon that floats them up and pops them down. States Visited Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri - Montana - Nebraska - Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington, D.C. West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming List of stolen items Each of the states has three possible items that can be stolen from it. Alabama - Alaska - Arizona - Arkansas - California - Colorado - Connecticut - Delaware - Florida - The Countdown from the JFK Space Center. Georgia - Hawaii - Idaho - Illinois - Indiana - The Finish Flag from the Indianapolis 500. Iowa - Kansas - Kentucky - Louisiana - Maine - Maryland - Massachusetts - All the socks from the Boston Red Sox. Michigan - The hand crank from Henry Ford's first Model T Ford. Minnesota - Mississippi - Missouri - Montana - The Continental Divide. Nebraska - Nevada - New Hampshire - New Jersey - New Mexico - New York - North Carolina - North Dakota - The town of Rugby, North Dakota Ohio - Oklahoma - Oregon - The water from Crater Lake. Pennsylvania - Rhode Island - South Carolina - South Dakota - Tennessee - Texas - The playbook of the Dallas Cowboys. Utah - Vermont - Virginia - Washington - Washington, D.C. - West Virginia - Wisconsin - Wyoming - V.I.L.E. Villains The V.I.L.E. agents the player runs into are the following: Ann Arky - Carmen Sandiego - Kat Astrophic - Luke N. Ferloot - Paul Lution - Perry Syte - This section requires expansion. See also List of Carmen Sandiego products List of Carmen Sandiego characters Carmen Sandiego External links Worldview Review Where in the U.S.A. Is Carmen Sandiego? at MobyGames Where in the U.S.A. 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