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Criminal Case is a criminal investigation-themed hidden object game. Solve crimes and hunt for hidden objects with your friends. The game casts players in the role of a new member of the police force who is tasked with solving a variety of brutal crimes.
You play Criminal Case as a rookie cop who needs to crack some cases, typically of the bloody variety. You study crime scenes by clicking on different objects scattered through the area. The faster you click, the greater your score and your reward. You earn Stars by investigating crime scenes, which in turn are used as currency when it's time to perform autopsies, analyze evidence, or question witnesses.
Criminal Case does offer a new trick or two, like puzzle-style hidden object scenes that must be unscrambled. There are also a few simple click-and-drag activities to break up your routine, like shuffling through suspects'garbage or clothes.
But what really makes Criminal Case stand out are its blood-spattered crime scenes. You'll see victims with cut throats, body parts decomposing in a backyard, and a naked man with a partially hacked-up body (not to mention the damning saw parked beside his corpse). Even the hidden object scenes are a little gruesome; you'll probably double-take the first time you're asked to locate a bottle of urine.
There are lots of crime HOGs of course, but few of them show anything beyond a timid blood stain or two. Criminal Case has solid potential as a HOG for older fans of the genre that want something beyond fantasy realms and haunted houses. Unfortunately, Criminal Case is slow going. You're allotted a small amount of energy that doesn't even receive a guaranteed fill-up when you advance in levels. Necessary autopsies and interrogations take hours, and/or require Stars to complete. To earn Stars, you need to play hidden object scenes over and over, with each "go" requiring 20 energy. Predictably, energy fills up slowly, and the game doesn't start you off with a small stash of premium currency. You need to whip out your wallet from the get-go, or be prepared to wait for hours, perform a few tasks, then wait for more hours.
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