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About the StoryA mystery detective game in space!
Can you follow nefarious criminal mastermind kremlin san antonio's trail of theft from planet to planet? Use the clues you find and your encyclopedia of local worlds to pick up her trail!
This twine adventure comes with a text encyclopedia to help you with your pursuit! Open OPEN_ME.HTML to view both in split-screen mode, or print out encyclopedia.txt to keep it with you while you play!
"... the game does a fantastic job of being open to whatever your imagination wants to put there ... if you like the idea of a detective text adventure along the lines of the Carmen Sandiego games, you will likely enjoy Where in the Galaxy is Kremlin San Antonio?. The visual break from the usual Twine user interface is a nice change of pace, and at a price of $3 with replay value and good writing, it's worth checking out."
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