The Case of the Plundered Paintings is an interactive story. It features Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck, Jafar, Cruella De Vil, Maleficent, Captain Hook, Grimhilde, Dr Facilier, Yzma, Diablo, Norman, Iago, Facilier's Friends on the Other Side, painted representations of Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck, Pluto, Daisy Duck, and Clarabelle Cow, and, in her debut, Susan. Princess Aurora, the Tick-Tock Crocodile, Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, the Magic Mirror, Prince Naveen, Emperor Kuzco, and Scrooge McDuck are mentioned, but do not appear.

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Several valuable paintings have been stolen, and it's up to Mickey Mouse and the Midship Detetive Agency to locate them and catch the villain who committed the crime!

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Behind the scenes Edit

The Case of the Plundered Paintings is one of three playable interactive stories available as part of the Midship Detective Agency game. The game is played by using the detective badge given to players at the start of the game to unlock clues hidden in paintings around the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy cruise ships, and using those clues to narrow down the seven suspects of the case until there is only one remaining.

The villain who committed the crime is different on each play-through of the game, and thus the clues are also different. Of the suspects presented to the player at the start of the game, Cruella De Vil is the only who cannot turn out to have committed the crime, as it is revealed early on that she is not even on the ship. Because of the changeability of the clues and villains, there is no canonical version of who committed the crime, and thus any playthrough of the game must be considered only one possible interpretation of the true case (with the exception of events which occur every time, such as the discovery that Cruella is not on the ship, which can be taken as canonical).

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