Investigate Crimes In MicroMacro: Crime City – Full House

May 24, 2021 by fcostin

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Enjoy a good murder mystery? Are your deduction skills up to the test? Co-Published by Edition Spielwiese and Pegasus Spiele, award-nominated MicroMacro: Crime City puts 1-4 players into a map of opportunity, as players are to travel and decrypt hidden information to track and trace the master of crime.

MicroMacro: Crime City - Full House // Edition Spielwiese & Pegasus Spiele

The sequel to the outstandingly popular game MicroMacro: Crime City is underway, entitled MicroMacro: Crime City - Full House, providing 16 new crimes to solve, boasting complexity, sophistication and a ton of fun.

The Game is pitched for 1-4 players to work cooperatively to solve the secrets of the case by meticulously scanning the map, and adhering to clues provided on cards.

As you begin to progress more into newer cases, the complexity will rise. However, as the game is targeted at ages 10+, the game designers have updated the cases with symbols to provide parents a choice of cases for their children to solve - just in case the subject is a little too macabre for some.

MicroMacro: Crime City // Edition Spielwiese & Pegasus Spiele

Cases can range from following a particular looking shady character, or even noticing aspects of clothing or an injury of some sort.

MicroMacro games are released as an independent game, not as an expansion. However, MicroMacro: Crime City - Full House belongs side-by-side with a series of four MicroMacro games as part of a series. Each game belongs to part of an area within a district, connecting all games together with fluidity.

With the upcoming release this Summer, in August 2021. I am excited to see a new deduction game that will keep me scratching my head yet engrossed by what seems to be a 'Where's Wally?', with more grit, action and story-telling.

What is your favourite deduction game? 

"I am engrossed by what seems to be a 'Where's Wally?', but with more grit, action and story-telling..."

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