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  • Sherlock Holmes Search For Clues Analysis

    “Sherlock Holmes: Search for clues” is a pervasive game, and the concept of the game is that each gamer will become a detective and try to find all the clues in our environment in order to solve the case. First, players will be given a story based on their current location. Every location has different storyline and different clues that needed to be found. The clues are hidden in all of the places near them, and they need to walk through the cities to get these clues and solve the problem. However, not everything users find in the environment are clues. Sometimes people might click on a box that does not have anything in it. There will be a friend system, team system, experience and currency system in the game as well. Every function will be introduced in the following paragraphs. The game is using GPS in order to locate player’s current location. There is a map show on the screen and indicates your current location and the other cities. The bright sections of the map are the cities you already completed or trying to complete. The darker sections like grey areas are the areas that you haven’t been to. When the players click on one of the sections, it will show a clue list on the screen to tell you which clues you had already found, and which you have not find yet. The clue list is same as the map in the…

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  • Nighttime Characteristics

    boy. Christopher is a 15 year old boy who lives with his father. In the novel Christopher finds his neighbor’s dog dead in the backyard, which then leads him to find secrets that his father has not been telling him. Since Christopher has such a busy life, and a disease, he easily gets sidetracked, he misses big details, and he takes everything so literally which makes him not the best narrator. Christopher is not reliable because he easily gets sidetracked. For instance, Christopher was…

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  • Sherlock Holmes Accomplishments

    admired one peculiar detective named Sherlock Holmes. I was hooked. Needless to say, after reading all…

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  • Comparison Of Cumberbatchers And Holmes

    Cumberbatchers and Holmes fans have held their breaths for quite a while. Everyone was unsure if the much loved adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel will come back for a fourth run. True enough, Benedict Cumberbatch made sure he made time for Sherlock season 4 regardless of his busy schedule filming Doctor Strange. While many wonder what kind of adventures await the detective, show runners have teased three words that can ultimately spell out the fate of Sherlock season 4. During the…

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  • A Scandal In Bohemia Summary

    We also tell them to our younger generations to let them know about someone great or something great someone did. We tell them to educate, and we also tell them to entertain. Not every part of a story has to be true but know who you’re telling it too. It’s not the end of the world when you forget some detail about a story because you can just add something to spice your story up a little, but know what to add/take out of a story to keep their attention because no one likes a boring story. Doyle…

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  • Sherlock: A Study In Pink, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

    The Craft of Sherlock It’s an eventful day on July 25, 2010; The World Cup was over with England being eliminated and Spain won the final game against the Netherlands, WikiLeaks releases over 90,000 internal logs of the US Military to a variety of news sources, and British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) premiered the long anticipated A Study in Pink, the first episode of Sherlock. The first episode is a television adaptation of A Study in Scarlet, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s first short story of…

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  • Similarities Between Sherlock Holmes And Christopher Boone

    Comparing Sherlock Holmes with Christopher Boone Did Sherlock Holmes himself encounter any form of autism? Do you think Sherlock Holmes and Christopher Boone encounter differences instead of sharing similarities? Sherlock Holmes was known as a famous autistic detective in the 1800 's (Sherlock Holmes biography). It was unclear how he could solve crimes on such little knowledge of the information. Sherlock Holmes was not autistic. For a long time, everyone was sure he had a case of the…

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  • Sherlock Holmes Character Analysis

    Sherlock Holmes is an introvert, focused on his inner thoughts to solve problems. He is famous for the extreme attention he pays to clues, solving cases solely on the basis of his observational skills. Sherlock uses logic to draw conclusions rather than using beliefs or personal values. His preference is for thinking rather than feeling. Finally, he uses his senses rather than intuition to solve crimes. That makes him sensing rather than intuitive. Sherlock is an introverted thinker who uses…

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  • Comparing Detective Fiction In Poe And Holmes

    1. Introduction This paper is about the detective fiction in Poe and Doyle, comparing the most important and well-known characters Dupin and Holmes. In order to do this, the paper will be divided in four parts: the detective fiction in both authors, the analysis of Dupin and the analysis of Holmes. In order to understand this work, it will be observed first what detective fiction is. Detective fiction is a genre in which an investigator or a detective, professional or not, investigates a crime,…

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  • Analysis Of 'The Adventure Of The Speckled Band'

    Undoubtedly, Sherlock Holmes was not guilty for killing Dr. Roylott! Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” developed Dr. Roylott into a cruel character, who later died from his own crime that Sherlock Holmes attempted to solve. Nevertheless, Sherlock Holmes was unequivocally not culpable for Dr. Roylott’s death! Sherlock Holmes found several pieces of evidence to make a logical prediction. Predictions are not always accurate; he did not know all the facts of the…

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