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This game is intended to teach mathematics for kids age 9-12. The game features Chase Devineaux.

In this game, Carmen Sandiego had invented the machine called the Quantum Crystallizer Machine and use it to shrunk twelve famous landmarks into crystals. The user, playing the role of Agent 9, has to thwart her plans and release all the landmarks which have been stolen by Carmen.

The game is very similar to Carmen Sandiego Word Detective.

12 Stolen Landmarks and StructuresEdit

  • Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco Bay, CA, USA)
  • Angel Falls (Venezuela, South America)
  • Great Wall of China (People's Republic of China, Asia)
  • Roman Colosseum (Rome, Italy)
  • Nile River (Egypt, Africa)
  • Grand Canyon (Arizona, USA)
  • Great Barrier Reef (Australia)
  • Petronas Towers (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
  • Caspian Sea (Eurasia)
  • Mount Everest (Nepal, Asia)
  • Hubble Space Telescope (Orbiting Earth, Outer space)
  • Ayers Rock (Northern Territory, Australia)

V.I.L.E. Henchmens' hideoutsEdit

  • A. Leon Being's Space Station (Orbiting Jupiter, Outer space)
  • Abner Cadabra's Magic Shop (Calcutta, India)
  • Ann Fibian's Sunken Ship (Deep in the Bermuda Triangle)
  • Blona Fuse's Robot Factory (Filchner Ice Shelf, Antarctica)
  • C.D. Romm's House (Seattle, WA, USA)
  • Dr. Depth's Mine (Andamooka, Australia)
  • Dinah Saur's Natural History Museum (London, England, UK)
  • Dr. Ferda Lyzer's Lab (Amazon Rainforest, Brazil)
  • Rig Atony's Amusement Park (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Roger Overnout's Hangar (Sahara Desert, Africa)
  • Teri Yaki's Flat (Tokyo, Japan)
  • Dr. Velma N. Ventress' Cave (A Samoan Island)