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'''''Touch Detective''''' (''Mystery Detective'' in most of Europe) and its sequel, '''''Touch Detective 2½''''', are games made by {{Atlus}} for the Nintendo DS. In both titles, the player takes control of a young girl named Mackenzie, who inherited a detective agency from her father and wants to become a world-famous sleuth. Now add in {{Funny Animal}}s, walking fungi, [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombies that act like normal people]] and just plain old wackiness, and you have ''Touch Detective'' in a nutshell.
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!!Both games contain examples of:
* AllThereInTheManual - The Web sites.
* [[CloudCuckoolander/VideoGames Cloud Cuckoolander]] - Penelope. Even her ''hair'' is cloud-like (it has floating balls on the sides...).
** While Penelope is the ultimate example, the whole cast (minus [[OnlySaneMan Mackenzie]]) could qualify.
* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Mackenzie, Chloe, and Penelope.
* CordonBleughChef: Antoinette. She can actually make normal pastry, but her fondness for 'experiments' push her into this territory. ''Eel'' shortcake? ''Mushroom'' cookies?
** Shorty may also count. He does fine with hotdogs, but his ideas for his choco bananas are pretty weird.
* CutenessProximity: Mackenzie is very fond of Funghi, and just loves to pinch [[CreepyChild Linsey's]] cheek.
* TheDitz - Penelope
* FirstPersonSmartass - Mackenzie
* FiveManBand (if you replace TheBigGuy with TeamPet)
** TheHero - Mackenzie
** TheLancer - Chloe (lampshaded in one of the bonus cases, if you talk to her at the right time)
** TheSmartGuy - Cromwell
** TheChick - Penelope
** TeamPet - Funghi
* FortuneTeller
* FunnyAnimal: Beatrice is an anthropomorphic bird, Dover's a man-shark, the ringmaster is a fat man-eagle, and the skating ring owner is a walrus.
* GadgeteerGenius - Cromwell, who managed to identify a futuristic anti-gravity device and power source ''which he has never seen before'' at a glance, and turned what's basically a small theme park ride into a working re-entry vehicle.
* GuideDangIt
* {{Hammerspace}} - Where ''does'' Mackenzie store things such as large masks and broken briefcases?
** She lets Fungi hold onto it.
* InnerMonologue
* InspectorLestrade - Chloe in the first game. And Inspector Daria in ''Touch Detective 2½''.
* KidDetective
* {{Leitmotif}} - The three main girls each have one.
* LittleBitBeastly: Daisy has cat eyes and generally has catlike features.
* MediumAwareness - Mostly in the second game, though Cromwell remarks on the credits that appear halfway through the first game's fourth case.
** A businessman says that there's advantages to living under 'a glass ceiling'.
** The Cornstalker says he'll "see you in the next episode" after Case #3.
** During Case #5, Mackenzie makes reference to Japanese popularity polls, and identifies something from Case #2 as being from "Episode #2".[[spoiler: She can also challenge the player to a mini-game during the Bonus Episode if you click on the drawers in the main office]].
* OldRetainer - Cromwell
* OnlySaneMan - Mackenzie.
* ParentalAbandonment - Mackenzie inherited her detective agency from her father, and it's never mentioned in-game what happened to her mom.
* PerkyGoth - Daisy in the first game, and [[spoiler:Daisy again]] in the sequel.
* RedHerring
* SeriesMascot - Fungi
* TrademarkFavoriteFood - See AllThereInTheManual above.
* TheVoice - Most of the girls living in the Condominium, as well as Shorty the hot dog/chocolate banana salesman.
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!!''Touch Detective'' contains examples of:

* [[spoiler:BrainWashed]]
* CeilingBanger - In the first case, Penelope tries to send morse code messages to her upstairs neighbour, Daisy, by banging on the ceiling with a large stick. Daisy's "replies" are actually just attempts to get Penelope to stop.
* CreepyChild - Lynsey, who is taken care of by The Astronomer. She's actually not too harmful [[spoiler: as long as The Astronomer does not give her people-dolls.]]
* DreamLand: They can be stolen, apparently.
* GRatedDrug
* TheIgor - Lugol might count, though all he ever does is play music.
* {{Jerkass}} - The Circus Master
* [[spoiler: KillerRabbit - Karbanov]]
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall - The fortune teller, who very often gives excuses for not being helpful, has this to say in case three.
-->'''Fortuneteller:''' "I can't [help you] right now. The flag's not set on 1. Flags are the road signs that guide the gods of fate. None of us can escape from this binding curse."
* MadScientist - The Astronomer could be called one, as he has an unhealthy obsession over stars. [[spoiler:He also turns people into life-sized dolls for Lynsey.]]
* MayflyDecemberRomance: [[spoiler:The snow fairy]] had a crush on Chloe in the second case.
* XRaySparks - In the second case, after [[spoiler:Mackenzie]] plays with an electrical socket.
* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle - At the end of part 1 of the fourth case. Not spoilered, as the previous cases all had two parts, and there's at least one item you haven't found a use for...
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!!''Touch Detective 2½'' contains examples of:

* AdventureArchaeologist
* [[spoiler:AliensAreBastards]]
* TheArtfulDodger - Friday, the freeloading mouse
* BaitAndSwitchCredits
* BerserkButton - If you're riding a train with Jack the Conductor, you'd better have your ticket...
* ConMan - [[spoiler:Eric, the red-headed Wallaby's employee. Over the course of the game, he tricks his employers, Beatrice, an alien, and even Cromwell.]]
* ContinuityNod - Two of the sidequests in the Bonus Mission.
** One is to help the antique shop owner open a jewerly box he recieved. This is done in the exact same manner as in the tutorial from the previous game. As a bonus, the dragon teapot and snow machine from the previous game are also seen, but they have no purpose.
** The other involves recreating an early puzzle from the first game's fourth case, where you must find a stamp and place it on a card in order to recieve the same prize as in the first game.
* CuteGhostGirl: Colette.
* DidIJustSayThatOutLoud - [[spoiler: In Case 3, ask Connor the antique shop owner about Mayor Tom. He'll say that the mayor is very quirky, which makes him hard to impersonate. Thankfully for Connor, though Mackenzie thinks it's an odd thing to say, she doesn't connect this slip-of-the-tongue to the events of Case 1.]]
* GainaxEnding - The end of Case 3. [[spoiler: The Fossil Hunter turns out to be from another dimension, who possesses a statue to come to Mackenzie's world. When he cried in reverse back when he heard about the Noodle Festival, his amber eye came out, causing the body to turn back into a statue until Mackenzie solved the case. Also, the weird pink thing that showed up at the three-quarters point that almost poked out Mackenzie's eye? Turns out to be a member of the ancient Sea Dweller race, who aren't as extinct as you would've thought.]] Even Mackenzie's confused by all this.
* GentlemanThief - The Cornstalker, who's good-looking and leaves calling cards ''before'' committing the crimes.
* {{Gonk}} - Miss Yvonne
* InTheNameOfTheMoon - Daria attempts this repeatedly, usually ending in self-injury somehow.
* MasterOfDisguise - The Cornstalker
* [[spoiler: NiceJobFixingItVillain - In the final case, the Cornstalker's attempts at stealing the treasure end up helping Mackenzie protect it.]]
* PaperThinDisguise - [[spoiler: Ironically, the Cornstalker. Compare his jawline, basic build, and voice to that of the antique shop owner's. To be fair, he does cover his face and body in a ridiculous costume, which may make this an example of RefugeInAudacity. He's pretty good at impersonating people's appearances, however, and can even fool you, the player, at times.]]
* RapunzelHair - Inspector Daria, Collette.
* [[spoiler:RidiculouslyHumanRobot]] - Silver
* ShoutOut - In Case 3, while trying to convince Chloe to help move a large statue, the following is said:
--> '''Chloe:''' O RLY?
--> '''Mackenzie:''' Yes, really...
--> '''Chloe:''' NO WAI!
** Also, in the final case, the Salesman's favourite shows include ''[[{{Lost}} Found]]'' and ''[[Series/TwentyFour 365]]''.
* SleazyPolitician - Mayor Tom, who built a museum for two purposes: to brag about his accomplishments, and to sell actual artifacts to the highest bidder.
* StringyHairedGhostGirl: Collette, the Haunted Mansion's caretaker, is a particularly cute TokenMiniMoe example.
* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Antoinette used a giant 3-pronged electric egg-beater to make some pastry. It's as big as an electric jackhammer and Dover used it to ''dig a fish pond in minutes''.
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'''''Touch Detective''''' (''Mystery Detective'' in most of Europe) and its sequel, '''''Touch Detective 2½''''', are games made by {{Atlus}} for the Nintendo DS. In both titles, the player takes control of a young girl named Mackenzie, who inherited a detective agency from her father and wants to become a world-famous sleuth. Now add in {{Funny Animal}}s, walking fungi, [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombies that act like normal people]] and just plain old wackiness, and you have ''Touch Detective'' in a nutshell.
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!!Both games contain examples of:
* AllThereInTheManual - The Web sites.
* [[CloudCuckoolander/VideoGames Cloud Cuckoolander]] - Penelope. Even her ''hair'' is cloud-like (it has floating balls on the sides...).
** While Penelope is the ultimate example, the whole cast (minus [[OnlySaneMan Mackenzie]]) could qualify.
* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Mackenzie, Chloe, and Penelope.
* CordonBleughChef: Antoinette. She can actually make normal pastry, but her fondness for 'experiments' push her into this territory. ''Eel'' shortcake? ''Mushroom'' cookies?
** Shorty may also count. He does fine with hotdogs, but his ideas for his choco bananas are pretty weird.
* CutenessProximity: Mackenzie is very fond of Funghi, and just loves to pinch [[CreepyChild Linsey's]] cheek.
* TheDitz - Penelope
* FirstPersonSmartass - Mackenzie
* FiveManBand (if you replace TheBigGuy with TeamPet)
** TheHero - Mackenzie
** TheLancer - Chloe (lampshaded in one of the bonus cases, if you talk to her at the right time)
** TheSmartGuy - Cromwell
** TheChick - Penelope
** TeamPet - Funghi
* FortuneTeller
* FunnyAnimal: Beatrice is an anthropomorphic bird, Dover's a man-shark, the ringmaster is a fat man-eagle, and the skating ring owner is a walrus.
* GadgeteerGenius - Cromwell, who managed to identify a futuristic anti-gravity device and power source ''which he has never seen before'' at a glance, and turned what's basically a small theme park ride into a working re-entry vehicle.
* GuideDangIt
* {{Hammerspace}} - Where ''does'' Mackenzie store things such as large masks and broken briefcases?
** She lets Fungi hold onto it.
* InnerMonologue
* InspectorLestrade - Chloe in the first game. And Inspector Daria in ''Touch Detective 2½''.
* KidDetective
* {{Leitmotif}} - The three main girls each have one.
* LittleBitBeastly: Daisy has cat eyes and generally has catlike features.
* MediumAwareness - Mostly in the second game, though Cromwell remarks on the credits that appear halfway through the first game's fourth case.
** A businessman says that there's advantages to living under 'a glass ceiling'.
** The Cornstalker says he'll "see you in the next episode" after Case #3.
** During Case #5, Mackenzie makes reference to Japanese popularity polls, and identifies something from Case #2 as being from "Episode #2".[[spoiler: She can also challenge the player to a mini-game during the Bonus Episode if you click on the drawers in the main office]].
* OldRetainer - Cromwell
* OnlySaneMan - Mackenzie.
* ParentalAbandonment - Mackenzie inherited her detective agency from her father, and it's never mentioned in-game what happened to her mom.
* PerkyGoth - Daisy in the first game, and [[spoiler:Daisy again]] in the sequel.
* RedHerring
* SeriesMascot - Fungi
* TrademarkFavoriteFood - See AllThereInTheManual above.
* TheVoice - Most of the girls living in the Condominium, as well as Shorty the hot dog/chocolate banana salesman.
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!!''Touch Detective'' contains examples of:

* [[spoiler:BrainWashed]]
* CeilingBanger - In the first case, Penelope tries to send morse code messages to her upstairs neighbour, Daisy, by banging on the ceiling with a large stick. Daisy's "replies" are actually just attempts to get Penelope to stop.
* CreepyChild - Lynsey, who is taken care of by The Astronomer. She's actually not too harmful [[spoiler: as long as The Astronomer does not give her people-dolls.]]
* DreamLand: They can be stolen, apparently.
* GRatedDrug
* TheIgor - Lugol might count, though all he ever does is play music.
* {{Jerkass}} - The Circus Master
* [[spoiler: KillerRabbit - Karbanov]]
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall - The fortune teller, who very often gives excuses for not being helpful, has this to say in case three.
-->'''Fortuneteller:''' "I can't [help you] right now. The flag's not set on 1. Flags are the road signs that guide the gods of fate. None of us can escape from this binding curse."
* MadScientist - The Astronomer could be called one, as he has an unhealthy obsession over stars. [[spoiler:He also turns people into life-sized dolls for Lynsey.]]
* MayflyDecemberRomance: [[spoiler:The snow fairy]] had a crush on Chloe in the second case.
* XRaySparks - In the second case, after [[spoiler:Mackenzie]] plays with an electrical socket.
* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle - At the end of part 1 of the fourth case. Not spoilered, as the previous cases all had two parts, and there's at least one item you haven't found a use for...
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!!''Touch Detective 2½'' contains examples of:

* AdventureArchaeologist
* [[spoiler:AliensAreBastards]]
* TheArtfulDodger - Friday, the freeloading mouse
* BaitAndSwitchCredits
* BerserkButton - If you're riding a train with Jack the Conductor, you'd better have your ticket...
* ConMan - [[spoiler:Eric, the red-headed Wallaby's employee. Over the course of the game, he tricks his employers, Beatrice, an alien, and even Cromwell.]]
* ContinuityNod - Two of the sidequests in the Bonus Mission.
** One is to help the antique shop owner open a jewerly box he recieved. This is done in the exact same manner as in the tutorial from the previous game. As a bonus, the dragon teapot and snow machine from the previous game are also seen, but they have no purpose.
** The other involves recreating an early puzzle from the first game's fourth case, where you must find a stamp and place it on a card in order to recieve the same prize as in the first game.
* CuteGhostGirl: Colette.
* DidIJustSayThatOutLoud - [[spoiler: In Case 3, ask Connor the antique shop owner about Mayor Tom. He'll say that the mayor is very quirky, which makes him hard to impersonate. Thankfully for Connor, though Mackenzie thinks it's an odd thing to say, she doesn't connect this slip-of-the-tongue to the events of Case 1.]]
* GainaxEnding - The end of Case 3. [[spoiler: The Fossil Hunter turns out to be from another dimension, who possesses a statue to come to Mackenzie's world. When he cried in reverse back when he heard about the Noodle Festival, his amber eye came out, causing the body to turn back into a statue until Mackenzie solved the case. Also, the weird pink thing that showed up at the three-quarters point that almost poked out Mackenzie's eye? Turns out to be a member of the ancient Sea Dweller race, who aren't as extinct as you would've thought.]] Even Mackenzie's confused by all this.
* GentlemanThief - The Cornstalker, who's good-looking and leaves calling cards ''before'' committing the crimes.
* {{Gonk}} - Miss Yvonne
* InTheNameOfTheMoon - Daria attempts this repeatedly, usually ending in self-injury somehow.
* MasterOfDisguise - The Cornstalker
* [[spoiler: NiceJobFixingItVillain - In the final case, the Cornstalker's attempts at stealing the treasure end up helping Mackenzie protect it.]]
* PaperThinDisguise - [[spoiler: Ironically, the Cornstalker. Compare his jawline, basic build, and voice to that of the antique shop owner's. To be fair, he does cover his face and body in a ridiculous costume, which may make this an example of RefugeInAudacity. He's pretty good at impersonating people's appearances, however, and can even fool you, the player, at times.]]
* RapunzelHair - Inspector Daria, Collette.
* [[spoiler:RidiculouslyHumanRobot]] - Silver
* ShoutOut - In Case 3, while trying to convince Chloe to help move a large statue, the following is said:
--> '''Chloe:''' O RLY?
--> '''Mackenzie:''' Yes, really...
--> '''Chloe:''' NO WAI!
** Also, in the final case, the Salesman's favourite shows include ''[[{{Lost}} Found]]'' and ''[[Series/TwentyFour 365]]''.
* SleazyPolitician - Mayor Tom, who built a museum for two purposes: to brag about his accomplishments, and to sell actual artifacts to the highest bidder.
* StringyHairedGhostGirl: Collette, the Haunted Mansion's caretaker, is a particularly cute TokenMiniMoe example.
* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Antoinette used a giant 3-pronged electric egg-beater to make some pastry. It's as big as an electric jackhammer and Dover used it to ''dig a fish pond in minutes''.
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3rd Jul '12 7:00:45 AM FELH2
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* [[{{CloudCuckoolander/VideoGames}} Cloud Cuckoolander]] - Penelope. Even her ''hair'' is cloud-like (it has floating balls on the sides...).

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* [[{{CloudCuckoolander/VideoGames}} [[CloudCuckoolander/VideoGames Cloud Cuckoolander]] - Penelope. Even her ''hair'' is cloud-like (it has floating balls on the sides...).



* CordonBleughChef: Antoinette. She can actually make normal pastry, but her fondness for 'experiments' push her into this territory. ''Eel'' shortcake? ''Mushroom'' cookies?

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* CordonBleughChef: Antoinette. She can actually make normal pastry, but her fondness for 'experiments' push her into this territory. ''Eel'' shortcake? ''Mushroom'' cookies? cookies?



* MediumAwareness - Mostly in the second game, though Cromwell remarks on the credits that appear halfway through the first game's fourth case.

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* MediumAwareness - Mostly in the second game, though Cromwell remarks on the credits that appear halfway through the first game's fourth case.



** Also, in the final case, the Salesman's favourite shows include ''[[{{Lost}} Found]]'' and ''[[TwentyFour 365]]''.

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** Also, in the final case, the Salesman's favourite shows include ''[[{{Lost}} Found]]'' and ''[[TwentyFour ''[[Series/TwentyFour 365]]''.
9th Apr '12 4:32:09 PM lebrel
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* StringyHairedGhostGirl: Collette, the Haunted Mansion's caretaker, is a particularly cute TokenLoli example.

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* StringyHairedGhostGirl: Collette, the Haunted Mansion's caretaker, is a particularly cute TokenLoli TokenMiniMoe example.
8th Apr '12 9:45:00 AM NonperformingAuthor
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* LitleBitBeastly: Daisy has cat eyes and generally has catlike features.

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* LitleBitBeastly: LittleBitBeastly: Daisy has cat eyes and generally has catlike features.
8th Apr '12 9:32:43 AM NonperformingAuthor
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* [[{{CloudCuckoolander/VideoGames}} Cloud Cuckoolander]] - Penelope. Even her ''hair'' is cloud-like.

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* [[{{CloudCuckoolander/VideoGames}} Cloud Cuckoolander]] - Penelope. Even her ''hair'' is cloud-like.cloud-like (it has floating balls on the sides...).



* CordonBleughChef: Antoinette. She can actually make normal pastry, but her fondness for 'experiments' push her into this territory. ''Eel'' shortcake? ''Mushroom'' cookies?

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* CordonBleughChef: Antoinette. She can actually make normal pastry, but her fondness for 'experiments' push her into this territory. ''Eel'' shortcake? ''Mushroom'' cookies?cookies?
** Shorty may also count. He does fine with hotdogs, but his ideas for his choco bananas are pretty weird.
* CutenessProximity: Mackenzie is very fond of Funghi, and just loves to pinch [[CreepyChild Linsey's]] cheek.



** TeamPet - Fungi

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** TeamPet - FungiFunghi



* CreepyChild - Lynsey, who is taken care of by The Astronomer
* DreamLand

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* CreepyChild - Lynsey, who is taken care of by The Astronomer
Astronomer. She's actually not too harmful [[spoiler: as long as The Astronomer does not give her people-dolls.]]
* DreamLandDreamLand: They can be stolen, apparently.



* CuteGhostGirl

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* CuteGhostGirlCuteGhostGirl: Colette.



* InTheNameOfTheMoon - Daria attempts this repeatedly, usually ending in self-injury.

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* InTheNameOfTheMoon - Daria attempts this repeatedly, usually ending in self-injury.self-injury somehow.



* PaperThinDisguise - [[spoiler: Ironically, the Cornstalker. Compare his jawline, basic build, and voice to that of the antique shop owner's...]]
* RapunzelHair - Inspector Daria

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* PaperThinDisguise - [[spoiler: Ironically, the Cornstalker. Compare his jawline, basic build, and voice to that of the antique shop owner's...owner's. To be fair, he does cover his face and body in a ridiculous costume, which may make this an example of RefugeInAudacity. He's pretty good at impersonating people's appearances, however, and can even fool you, the player, at times.]]
* RapunzelHair - Inspector DariaDaria, Collette.


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* StringyHairedGhostGirl: Collette, the Haunted Mansion's caretaker, is a particularly cute TokenLoli example.
* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Antoinette used a giant 3-pronged electric egg-beater to make some pastry. It's as big as an electric jackhammer and Dover used it to ''dig a fish pond in minutes''.
8th Apr '12 12:02:56 AM NonperformingAuthor
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* CordonBleughChef: Antoinette. She can actually make normal pastry, but her fondness for 'experiments' push her into this territory. ''Eel'' shortcake? ''Mushroom'' cookies?



* GadgeteerGenius - Cromwell

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* FunnyAnimal: Beatrice is an anthropomorphic bird, Dover's a man-shark, the ringmaster is a fat man-eagle, and the skating ring owner is a walrus.
* GadgeteerGenius - CromwellCromwell, who managed to identify a futuristic anti-gravity device and power source ''which he has never seen before'' at a glance, and turned what's basically a small theme park ride into a working re-entry vehicle.


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* LitleBitBeastly: Daisy has cat eyes and generally has catlike features.
2nd Mar '12 1:36:10 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* {{Jerkas}}s - The Circus Master

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* {{Jerkas}}s {{Jerkass}} - The Circus Master
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* JerkAss - The Circus Master

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* JerkAss {{Jerkas}}s - The Circus Master



-->Fortuneteller: "I can't [help you] right now. The flag's not set on 1. Flags are the road signs that guide the gods of fate. None of us can escape from this binding curse."

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-->Fortuneteller: -->'''Fortuneteller:''' "I can't [help you] right now. The flag's not set on 1. Flags are the road signs that guide the gods of fate. None of us can escape from this binding curse."



* HoYay - When Chloe meets Inspector Daria face-to-face in case #3, hearts appear over her head and she instantly decides to become 'Miss' Daria's apprentance.
1st Nov '11 11:11:56 AM Micah
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* NotSoFastBucko - At the end of part 1 of the fourth case. Not spoilered, as the previous cases all had two parts, and there's at least one item you haven't found a use for...


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* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle - At the end of part 1 of the fourth case. Not spoilered, as the previous cases all had two parts, and there's at least one item you haven't found a use for...
7th Oct '11 7:34:00 PM Quanyails
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'''''Touch Detective''''' (''Mystery Detective'' in most of Europe) and its sequel, '''''Touch Detective 2½''''', are games made by {{Atlus}} for the Nintendo DS. In both titles, the player takes control of a young girl named Mackenzie, who inherited a detective agency from her father and wants to become a world-famous sleuth. Now add in FunnyAnimals, walking fungi, [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombies that act like normal people]] and just plain old wackiness, and you have ''Touch Detective'' in a nutshell.

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'''''Touch Detective''''' (''Mystery Detective'' in most of Europe) and its sequel, '''''Touch Detective 2½''''', are games made by {{Atlus}} for the Nintendo DS. In both titles, the player takes control of a young girl named Mackenzie, who inherited a detective agency from her father and wants to become a world-famous sleuth. Now add in FunnyAnimals, {{Funny Animal}}s, walking fungi, [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombies that act like normal people]] and just plain old wackiness, and you have ''Touch Detective'' in a nutshell.
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