Detective Conan: The Blue Jewel's Rondo

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Nintendo DS
iPhone: Game 4

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Information
Title: Detective Conan: The Blue Jewel's Rondo
Japanese Title: 名探偵コナン 蒼き宝石の輪舞曲(ロンド)
(Meitantei Konan: Aoki Hōseki no Rondo)
System: Nintendo DS
iPhone
Release date: Flag of Japan April 21, 2011
Genre(s): Mystery/Adventure
Age range: A: All Ages
Production
Developer: Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd.
Publisher: Namco Bandai Games Inc.
Website: http://ds-conan.channel.or.jp/ds03/
Chronology
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Detective Conan: The Blue Jewel's Rondo is a game for Nintendo DS.

Cast[edit]

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Plot[edit]

Onimaru is a TV show superhero that isn't much popular. They decide one day to hop off the TV station escape. At the same time, Toma Katsuragi, the actor playing Onimaru, asks Kogoro to investigate the disappearance of the costume for him, but too late, as he is killed by Onimaru just a while later.

Disappearing costume
Location: Production site
Suspects: Momiji Kaedeno, Masaryu Komiya, Yumi Kawata and Daisuke Shibata
Murder
Location: Backstage
Victim: Toma Katsuragi
Age: 25 years old
Cause of death: Falling down from stage
Suspects: Momiji Kaedeno, Masaryu Komiya, Yumi Kawata and Daisuke Shibata

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  • Resolution[edit]

    Gameplay[edit]

    Namco Bandai created a case for Detective Conan to solve on the Nintendo DS. In Detective Conan: Rondo of the Blue Jewel, players will investigate areas using the Nintendo DS’ stylus. Conan collects keywords when he pokes suspicious objects, which players put together to solve a mystery involving Japan and the Ander Kingdom.

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    Trivia[edit]

    • An iPhone version of the game was made available during the celebration for the manga reaching 800 files. It was given away as a prize to 30 people.[1]
    • The game was later made available outside of the promotion for iOS and Android smart phones.

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    References[edit]

    1. ^ "名探偵コナン 祝 連載800回!!". Shonen Sunday. http://websunday.net/conan/800/. Retrieved on January 8, 2012. 
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