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Jun 15, 2006 | 1:04 PM EDT
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This one will test your powers of deduction. Bridget is an expert liar and manipulator. You've got to catch her out. Have fun!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

great ....

all zap dramas are the best games ive played in a long time but it would be nice if you get the whole trial and put it on newgrounds and such....i kno there alot more things but it would be good if you just put the trial on there because you got all tthe other ones and im diein to know what is going to happen in the end


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Short, but not bad!

This time its time for you to bust bridget and get her to confess. Use her answers to your advantage and expose the flaws. Its just a matter of paying attention to what she says. Then your good to go.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good one

very good second part to the Interrogation. I always had had a thought in the back of my mind that she had something to do with it... long before i ever saw "the trial". this game was very good... especially with the scenes with Duke, but only if you mess up. he was super annoying, but thats expected though. the only thing i didn't like was Ted singing Amazing Grace though, that was very annoying... i always skipped that part.
overall, very nice 2nd half to the interrogation.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this is hottness

this is greatnes

this is perfectness

gotta luv it

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

A whole series of absolute greatness!

The good: The whole series.. unbelievable.. I love games which keep leading up into something. It really gets you thinking and I like the fact theres a story tied up into all of this. I love catching out the bad person and though it takes quite a while, cracking it feels quite good.

The bad: W-ell, I really would like to see the remainder of the series come to newgrounds, because I would like to catch someone out. And- I would like to know Bridget's motive. She obviously has something to do with the murder, but why would she kill Angie.

Problems: None, whatsoever, though I would've like to see a hink button on the who wrote that speech question.

Spoiler: First of all, you can get everything out of her without giving her immunity even if she threatens you, and never go talk to Yale, or "The black dude" in her words, just stick to her.
-Tell Ted to stop singing he'll ignore you, but he will stop singing.
-She didn't see Ted and Ted will scream that from his cell, she'll scream back and you'll have a little shouting scene
-You then ask Bridget why she left Yale's car outside Ted's apartment
-Then tell the annoying weasel detective to go away
-Bridget then pretends some is attacking her, no-one is. Tell the annoying detective away.
-Then ask Bridget when she realised the car wasn't Ted's
-She'll ask you about a stupid speech, say the Spanish Novelist said it.
-Explain truth is not the sum of all facts
-Say an innocent person wouldn't park his car behind the apartment
-She did park it there to frame Ted
-Then don't book her for grand theft auto but for murder, then she'll ask why.
-Ask her then why she want to frame him, then she'll make up some crap about him being a bad father.
-Then explain to her how can she frame someone if she didn't know a murder was about to be commited. She won't know how to answer and this means she definetly part of the murder.

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