- Release Date: November 17, 2012
- Publisher: Pretty Simple
- Developer: Pretty Simple Games
- Genre: Hidden Object Game, Puzzle
Criminal Case is a Facebook-based hidden object game that successfully combines the hidden object concept and criminal case puzzles.
We’ve seen enough hidden object titles where realistic pictures of beautiful scenes, fancy rooms, renowned tourist attractions, and exotic decorations and buildings. Nonetheless, Criminal Case is neither the kind of Hidden Object game you’ve played nor the kind you would expect.
As a police officer, you will investigate criminal cases by examining the involved crime scenes, restoring or examining notable items you’ve found, asking for an autopsy, and identifying the suspect.
The game fuses crime investigation with hidden object gaming element. In each crime scene – at the entrance of town, in a yard, or in a dirty bathroom – you are about to find out specific items, including those crucial for your investigation, for example the murder weapon and missing parts of the victims. As in most games of this genre, Criminal Case has item names listed at the bottom while allowing players to ask for hints.
Well, the examining doesn’t come easy. You have to finish the investigations as fast as you can to earn stars, which will give access to new scenes and examinations. And that necessitates revisits to criminal scenes you’ve investigated.
But investigation, or to be specific, the hidden object spotting, is possible only when you have enough energy in stock. And in a game like this where each investigation costs 20 energy points, it is quite likely to run out of energy in no time and be in no position to do anything else but wait for the refill. For an instance refill or the speedup of an ongoing process, you need to spend cash, or the premium money. But you will never get any cash unless you pay real money.
However, Criminal Case offers something more than investigating and hidden object hunting. In every case you investigate, an additional picture is provided and can be opened up once you’ve obtained enough stars in the previous investigation. This picture is the same with one in the investigation but is divided into small pieces, and some pieces have been put in a random order. You have to put them in the right place as soon as possible to earn extra rewards. The bad news is that this puzzle also costs 20 energy points each.
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