This article is about something that is no longer active in the Club Penguin universe.
|Furensic Analyzer 3000|
|Invented by||Gary the Gadget Guy|
|Damaged by||Herbert P. Bear|
|Located||HQ in PSA Mission 5|
The Furensic Analyzer 3000 was a gadget developed by Gary. It was used to identify a sample of polar bear fur. It helped G to identify the criminal polar bear, Herbert P. Bear, living in Club Penguin. It could have been found in PSA Mission 5: Secret of the Fur. It could also have been found in a training mission on the DS game.
If you put fur in the machine, a "loading" message would appear on the screen. After that, it would show an "analyzing" message and then show information about the subject, such as:
- Favorite food
- Favorite activity
- Object information
If something was wrong with the fur you put in, it would not work and it would analyze the evidence a second time.
During loading, there would be a message in the Secret Code. The translation can be found below. Although there was no punctuation in the in-game code, it has been added to make sense of the code.
This text is completely random. If you can read this I am very impressed. Good job agent. This is even more random text. It has no real relevance to the mission but it sure was fun to translate.
- First, you had to untangle Pink Puffle fur and analyze it in order to put in the polar bear fur.
- The name was a portmanteau of the words "fur" and "forensic"