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MicroMacro: Crime City

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1 – 4 Players, 15 – 480 Minutes playing time, Ages 8 and up. In MicroMacro: Crime City, you must find the small traces to solve the big cases. Manufacturer: Pegasus Spiele. Categories: Deduction, and Murder / Mystery. Game Mechanics: Cooperative Game, Deduction, Follow, Kill Steal, Scenario / Mission / Campaign Game, Solo / Solitaire Game, Storytelling, and Team-Based Game.

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Description

MicroMacro: Crime City. Crimes happen in the city! With the view for details you’ll be searching for facts: Look for the scenes that provide you with the correct facts to solve the crime cases.
The giant city map (75 x 110 cm) is home to a myriad of hidden information. Different difficulty levels lead the players step by step into the game.
Players must work closely together to find out what happened.
The case cards contain questions for which the group must find the right answers. Every criminal case is unique and hides amazing information!

Additional information

Weight 1.1 lbs
Dimensions 10.75 × 7.5 × 1.5 in

10 reviews for MicroMacro: Crime City

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  1. Mark B.

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    What a unique crime solving game! The first one I’ve ever played where I *actually* needed a magnifying glass to interpret some of the clues!

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  2. rick

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  3. Corwin A.

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    Plays well, can be difficult for those that have trouble with logic puzzles or have difficulty with hidden object pictures.

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  4. Chris Z.

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    Unique game with a Where’s Waldo mechanic.

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  5. David Bednar

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  6. John Finch

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    Very novel idea on the murder/crime mystery. Some of the tropes are outdated but pleasurable experience.

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  7. Christopher Carter

    Such an amazing game! And when I bought it from Stone Valley, they provided the mini expansion for free. Cute little game that is easy to play with anyone (even non gamers)

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  8. Mikhael S.

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    If you have an eye for detail, enjoy searching for visual clues, and have critical thinking skills and a knack for deduction, this is the game for you! I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but after my wife and I played the first 5 cases one after another, we were hooked. The game comes with a large map and 16 cases, each of which consist of visual clues and hints printed on playing cards to help you solve the mysteries. We enjoyed playing simply by looking at the title card of each case and reading the description of the crime, then working to solve it without reading any further clues or questions. Once we felt we had solved the case, we went through the cards to verify. The game works by showing you the crime in progress at various stages across the map, with the same characters showing up repeatedly in various circumstances. Find the repeat characters, piece the story together, and voila – you have solved the crime! But considering the size of the map and the details throughout, it takes attention to detail and is helpful to place markers on your map as you visually locate clues. Highly recommended, and we are looking forward to purchasing the sequel!

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  9. Anthony

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    Where’s Waldo? Well, he’s not in Crime City, but you’re searching for clues and criminals like you would Waldo. My grandkids, ages 6 & 8 love this game. I don’t play all the crimes with them, and that’s okay.

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  10. James T.

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    Game is great, a lot of fun with friends and so much more beyond just what cases come in the box!

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