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App: Criminal Case

Criminal Case is a new Facebook synced game from Pretty Simple Games that has a criminal investigation-theme. You should leave puzzle crafted games like Candy Crush to new smart phone users and start playing Criminal Case.
This game casts players in the role of a new member of the police force who is tasked with solving a variety of brutal crimes. The first case acts as a tutorial, with the player being introduced to the various components of gameplay one by one, and then subsequent cases become increasingly lengthy and complex as the player progresses.
The game is split into several parts, which advance the plot of each case. Hidden object scenes are handled fairly traditionally. Players are presented with a list of objects to find, some of which are key clues for the case, and you must find them as quickly as possible to score maximum points. Upon completing a scene, the final score contributes to a cumulative star rating for the stage.
Unlike most hidden object games, however, these stars actually play a role in the game rather than simply showing your “masterly” level of a particular scene. Stars are used to unlock various additional investigation scenes, which vary from simple conversations with suspects to puzzles requiring the player to reassemble broken objects, find items hidden in piles of red herrings and decipher codes.
Alongside these interactive elements, certain items such as the victim’s body and other objects found at the scene must be sent to the lab for analysis, which takes a period of real time to complete. As with other games, these real-time delays may be bypassed with the expenditure of hard currency.
As the player progresses through each case, they gain clues as to who the victim was, how they were killed and who the suspect was. At the conclusion of the case, the player is presented with several suspects and must arrest the one who fits all the criteria. If they are correct, the case is complete and the next one unlocks though past cases may be revisited for experience and currency.

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