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Join A.C.M.E. agent-in-training, Cole Gannon, along with Jules Argent and Shadow Hawkins, in an all-new action adventure on the trail of Carmen Sandiego--the world's greatest thief. This case takes Cole around the world: from a museum in New York and the beaches of New Zealand to the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu. While on the case, you'll need to use acrobatics, stealth, martial arts, and most of all, your wit, to stop Carmen from unearthing the drums and making off with the lost treasure.

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ReleasedSep 08, 2004
DeveloperArtificial Mind & Movement
PublisherBam Entertainment

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After a successful run on personal computers, elusive thief Carmen Sandiego sneaks her way onto PS2 in an international adventure spanning five continents. While previous games in the educational series featured a point-and-click interface as players pieced together clues to Sandiego's whereabouts, The Secret of the Stolen Drums is a more action-oriented title. To help catch the ringleader and her V.I.L.E. (Villains' International League of Evil) henchmen, players must use an assortment of spy gadgets and a series of acrobatic moves to avoid detection and to apprehend their intended targets. As special agent Cole Gannon, players can switch between a stealth walk, crouched walk, and a tightrope walk as well as perform diving rolls or the act of shimmying across ledges. A total of nine cities will familiarize players with certain elements of geography as the hunt for Carmen Sandiego begins anew.

  • Travel to nine locations around the world as Cole Gannon as he tracks the world's most infamous thief

  • Use a variety of ACME gadgets to help you sneak past Carmen's security devices and battle her robots

  • Defeat the Elemental Spirits protecting the drums by using a number of weapons available to you

    Controls: Gamepad/Joystick

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