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If this is the wrong place to ask for help, please point me to the appropriate place to ask.

The game I'm looking for was one I played as a kid, but I haven't been able to find much information on it. From what I remember, it was a point and click game that took place inside of a building, and the street directly outside of it. I think you started on the street, and could click windows of the buildings on the screen to break them, and possibly could click trashcans to knock them over. When you clicked the front door, you could go inside. I can't remember much of the inside, but I know there was an elevator you could click on that took you to different floors of the building. If you went to the basement, it would get really dark and shadowy, and that scared me as a kid. The basement was pitch black, and you may have had to look for a light to click on, so that you could see what was inside. There was also one character I can remember, his skin was blue-ish and his hair may have been somewhat wild. I can't remember what purpose he served. He may have been a bad guy. The art-style was cartoonish, and not pixelated.

I know the game probably came out around 1998-2000. It was most likely an educational game, because that's all I was allowed to play around that age since my mother was a teacher.

I mostly want to find this game so that I can know that it was legit, and there was nothing shady about it. I've remembered a lot of bad aspects about my childhood over the years, and want to know that this game, well, wasn't used to groom me. It's the only childhood game I played that I haven't been able to find online, and the destructive nature I remember of it doesn't seem to fit in with the other games I played at that age, like How the Leopard got it's Spots and Reader Rabbit. I've already asked my parents about it, and they've claimed to not remember anything about it.

Any help would be much appreciated.



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