Blackwood & Bell Mysteries Aiko's Lab: Our guide to finding every item

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Taking a break once again from the first case in Blackwood & Bell Mysteries on Facebook, it's time to jump back into the Featured Headquarters scenes, as we've unlocked a new one to explore: Aiko's Lab. This scene requires 10 energy to explore (each time you'd like to do so), and it's full of plenty of teddy bears and balloons, alongside the expected scientific equipment. We're here with a guide to help you get started finding the many items in this scene, so let's jump right in!

Note: The items you'll receive will just be a selection of all of those pictured below. If you're looking to find a particular item: Hit Ctrl +F (or Command + F if on a Mac) and type in the name of the object you're looking for. This will take you directly to its image.
Set 1:
  • Yellow Bow
  • Wine Bottle
  • Dog
  • Squirrel
  • Top Hat
  • Chipmunk
Set 2:
  • Latex Gloves
  • Funnel
  • Orange Beaker
  • Mortar and Pestle
  • Yellow Balloon
Set 3:
  • Silver Magnifier
  • Turquoise Bow
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Black Balloon
  • Silver Balloon
  • Pink Magnifier
Set 4:
  • Green Beaker
  • Cat
  • Pink Heels
Set 5:
  • Red Balloon
  • Yellow Magnifier
  • Bunny
  • Turquoise Balloon
  • Cowboy Boots
  • Purple Balloon
Set 6:
  • Blue Bow
  • Orange Bow
  • White Bow
  • Brown Balloon
  • Blue Heels
  • Pink Balloon
Set 7:
  • Orange Balloon
  • Eye Dropper
  • Microscope
  • Smiley Face
  • Leaf
Set 8:
  • Black Bow
  • Red Bow
  • Blue Magnifier
  • Dollar Bill
  • Raccoon
  • Dalmatian Puppy
Set 9:
  • Christmas Tree
  • Purse
  • Purple Bow

There are still some items in the scene that aren't pictured above, as the game generates each set of require object randomly. We'll make sure to update this space as we find more items in Aiko's Lab, so keep checking back with us!

Check out the rest of our Blackwood & Bell Mysteries cheats and tips right here!

What do you think of this Aiko's Lab scene? Do you like the many otherwise identical items that only vary in terms of color? Sound off in the comments.
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