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A list of useful real-world information about, or portrayed in, the Eagle Eye Mysteries game series:

  • According to The Other Wiki, this game series was the first to use motion control photography, and consequently Stormfront Studios (the game developer) was the first video game developer to use that technology in a video game. See here.
  • In EEM Original's "Case of the Counterfeit Card," baseball enthusiast and card shop owner Andy Hill mentions that famous baseball player Honus Wagner refused to allow his trading cards to be sold in cigarette packs, and subsequently allowed them to be destroyed when the cigarette companies wouldn't back down, which is why the eponymous card at the center of the mystery may be very valuable if it is genuine. The event Hill refers to actually happened in real life--see here.
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