More Cases & A New Huge Map! MicroMacro: Crime City 3

June 27, 2022 by fcostin

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Edition Spielwiese and Pegasus Spiele will be bringing the third instalment to the MicroMacro games! These delightful titles bring players into a role of murder mystery, keeping their eyes close on the city to deduce clues from all corners of the map. There are 16 new cases to be solved in the upcoming release of MicroMacro: Crime City - All In.

MiroMacro Crime City - All In - Edition Speilwiese

MiroMacro: Crime City - All In // Edition Spielwiese and Pegasus Spiele

Included in the box to help players deduce and sniff out trouble, they will find a whole cohort of cases to crack, with answers to find and deduce across the 75 x 110 cm game board. Bringing up to four amateur detectives in on the case, in finding motives, evidence and catching the criminal as tasks to the player. Across a bustling and chaotic cityscape.

If you haven't tried your hands at MicroMacro: Crime City before - there's plenty for you to get caught up on before the release. There is no need to play the first two if you did just want to jump in at the third release of All-In, however, if you are looking for a chance to deduce and cooperate by scanning the map for clues to crack the case - there are tons to get through with MicroMacro: Crime City and MicroMacro: Crime City - Full House.

Map Preview - Micro Macro Crime City

Map Preview // Micro Macro Crime City

As the game is pitched for 1-4 players, I tend to play through these titles on my own in solo mode. The game really does remind me of burying my head in a wide variety of Where's Wally? books as a kid, but this time - I had to use my beady eye to hunt down evidence and clues across a series of cases within the city.

Plus, if you are a little hard of seeing, and have mastered that 'thinking face' high with squinting and a pensive look - there is a magnifying glass included in the box to make the search a little more detailed for some!

Gameplay Preview - MacroMicro - Crime City

Gameplay Preview // MacroMicro: Crime City

The game can take roughly 45 minutes to play through - pitched for players ages 10+. I introduced my friend's children - all aged 12 - to cracking the cases of MicroMacro during Games Night when we get something a little more gruelling on the table! But we always find that we'll spend just as much time stuck in the crime hunt with the kids!

I would certainly recommend MicroMacro: Crime City to anybody who enjoys a puzzle - whether that be on a solo adventure or cooperating with a team. It's wonderful to see the crime in MicroMacro grow - for more criminals to be taken down through concentration and justice!

Have you tried the MicroMacro: Crime City games before?

"Included in the box to help players deduce and sniff out trouble, they will find a whole cohort of cases to crack..."

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