QED: Cosmo's Casebook

QED: Cosmo's Casebook


Have you got what it takes to lay down the Lore?

QED: Cosmo's Casebook is a mystery-adventure game set in Ancient Rome in the final decades of the Roman Republic.

You are Cosmo Veritas, a hot-shot lawyer with a heart of gold seeking fame and fortune in the Roman law courts. You have three exciting cases to solve - which take you from the glittering heights to the stinky depths of Roman society.

QED features:
• Use your investigative skills to solve 3 different mysteries and prove your clients innocent!
• Explore richly detailed 3D locations in Ancient Rome
• Interview prominent historical figures like Julius Caesar, Cicero and Pompey
• Play all 3 cases completely free
• No in-app purchases
• Save your progress

Case 1: Citizen Exile
Titus Africanus is to be expelled from Rome; his crime: not being a Roman citizen! Surely there has been a mistake? How can a decorated, ex-soldier not be considered a citizen? And then there’s the matter of those corpses in the street… There’s more to this case than meets the eye, Cosmo and Aquila will need to investigate in order to expose the conspiracy before it’s too late.

Case 2: School of Hard Knocks
Timon, a freedman and a schoolteacher, is accused of viciously beating his student, Lucius. The boy’s father, Rufus, wants compensation for his broken son and demands that Timon be sold back into slavery. And how does Julius Caesar, Rome’s most popular politician, fit into this? Cosmo and Aquila must take to the streets of Rome to find out the true story.

Case 3: Death by Dormouse
An old crooked merchant is poisoned at a feast. Which of the guests is guilty? Was it the slaves he mistreated, his business partner whom he cheated or his jealous wife? Cosmo must defend the slave from crucifixion, and in so doing he must put his own career on the line.

Developed by Robot Circus for ABC Splash and Education Services Australia, QED will appeal to both kids and adults alike with its richly detailed 3D environments, clever mysteries, humour and interactive features. It will support Year 6-8 students in their learning of the new History Australian Curriculum.

Recent changes:
- Fix for the issue which prevented completing Case 3.
- Minor optimisations and bug fixes
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About QED: Cosmo's Casebook
Have you got what it takes to lay down the Lore?

QED: Cosmo's Casebook is a mystery-adventure game set in Ancient Rome in the final decades of the Roman Republic.

You are Cosmo Veritas, a hot-shot lawyer with a heart of gold seeking fame and fortune in the Roman law courts. You have three exciting cases to solve - which take you from the glittering heights to the stinky depths of Roman society.

QED features:
• Use your investigative skills to solve 3 different mysteries and prove your clients innocent!
• Explore richly detailed 3D locations in Ancient Rome
• Interview prominent historical figures like Julius Caesar, Cicero and Pompey
• Play all 3 cases completely free
• No in-app purchases
• Save your progress

Case 1: Citizen Exile
Titus Africanus is to be expelled from Rome; his crime: not being a Roman citizen! Surely there has been a mistake? How can a decorated, ex-soldier not be considered a citizen? And then there’s the matter of those corpses in the street… There’s more to this case than meets the eye, Cosmo and Aquila will need to investigate in order to expose the conspiracy before it’s too late.

Case 2: School of Hard Knocks
Timon, a freedman and a schoolteacher, is accused of viciously beating his student, Lucius. The boy’s father, Rufus, wants compensation for his broken son and demands that Timon be sold back into slavery. And how does Julius Caesar, Rome’s most popular politician, fit into this? Cosmo and Aquila must take to the streets of Rome to find out the true story.

Case 3: Death by Dormouse
An old crooked merchant is poisoned at a feast. Which of the guests is guilty? Was it the slaves he mistreated, his business partner whom he cheated or his jealous wife? Cosmo must defend the slave from crucifixion, and in so doing he must put his own career on the line.

Developed by Robot Circus for ABC Splash and Education Services Australia, QED will appeal to both kids and adults alike with its richly detailed 3D environments, clever mysteries, humour and interactive features. It will support Year 6-8 students in their learning of the new History Australian Curriculum.

Recent changes:
- Fix for the issue which prevented completing Case 3.
- Minor optimisations and bug fixes

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A Google User
Jun 8, 2014
Cool Game.. I remember snippets of Roman history from my primary school days
A Google User
Apr 14, 2014
EASY!!( except for the courtroom) I am only nine turning ten and I have already completed all three levels it was great fun although I found it hard in the courtroom
A Google User
Mar 13, 2014
Lots of fun! An enjoyable exploration of the Roman Republic as investigative lawyer Cosmo Veritas. I had a great time searching out clues, talking to people and finally putting it all together in the big courtroom showdown. I’‘ve only played the first case, but it’s quickly engaging and I really wanted to see it through. [.....apparently Google has never heard of paragraphs!.........] Exploration, clues and hints are pitched at the right level for kids and reinforced by attention-getting sound effects. I’m not sure that children will actually read all those lore cards (I started to skim after a while), but the Lore Master mini-game gives an incentive to take *some* of it in. [..........................................................] My only gripes are minor and kids will probably not take much notice of them. One is the “New” indicators which aren’t consistently applied. Sometimes they still appear after you’ve systematically gone through every lore card; other times they don’t appear even though you know there’s something new. [.................................] It would also be nice to be able to revisit areas without replaying the case.[........... Thoroughly recommended!
A Google User
Mar 10, 2014
My son love it
A Google User
Mar 7, 2014
Easily the best game ever! Do you like mystery? Puzzles? How about clicking OK? Then look no further my friends, for this is the game for you!