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Baker Street (video game 2006)

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Baker Street (PC)

Baker Street is a reflection video game developed and published by Everett Kaser in 2006. PC/Mac.



Editor's description

Baker Street is a game of logic and deduction. It provides 15,000 puzzles in each of small, medium, and large sizes (the above is a small puzzle in its solved state; below is the same game in its beginning state with the puzzle's clues). The goal of each puzzle is to determine the placements of images within the cells (up to 65 different cells on the large puzzles) and to determine the maze walls and paths. You're provided with sufficient clues (presented graphically) to determine all of this, using clear, cold, precise logic. Are you up to the task, or will you get run over in the street?


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