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Carmen Sandiego returns to Google Earth with a new caper

Carmen Sandiego returns to Google Earth with a new caper

June 18th, 2019|Tags: , , |

On Tuesday June 18, 2019, Darrell Etherington at TechCrunch wrote:
Google Earth first made use of its rich global 3D visualization as a backdrop for a Carmen Sandiego tie-in back in March, but today there’s a new adventure to explore. After solving The Crown Jewels Caper, amateur home gumshoes are now tasked with finding out the secrets of The Keys to the Kr…

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