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Criminal Case (commonly abbreviated as "CC") is a detective-themed hidden object game released on November 15, 2012 for Facebook. An iOS version was released worldwide on August 28, 2014, followed by an Android version on April 15, 2015. Developed and published by French indie studio Pretty Simple, Criminal Case has over ten million average monthly users. On December 9, 2013, Criminal Case was crowned the Facebook Game of the Year 2013.
|Case of the Month: February 2019 - "Never Scream Wolf"|
After Luke, Astrid and the player decided to go check out a new werewolf blockbuster set, they were surprised to discover there, the body of newly minted actor and werewolf Rudolph Monroe, multiple slash wounds across his body. Luke helped the detectives by taking the body to Beatriz, who confirmed that the slashes were made by a small blade. She also ironically noted that the victim had been attacked by a "werewolf". They added prop maker Isaac Hawking who told them that they were filming in some kind of legend's mansion in Shadow Corner which was revealed to belong to serial killer legend known as Shadow.
There, they also added actress Pamela Malandra, who they had last met on the red carpet, and horse breeder Johnathan Marksman. They then learned that the victim had frequently visited a hideout in the forest. Arriving at the hideout, the duo discovered that Rudolph enjoyed his wolf-like role that he lived in the cave. They also found clues to add Luke's mother, actress Gwen Leon-Mathieu, criminologist Dan Mackellar and film editor Ryan Everton to the suspects.
Soon afterwards, Astrid and the player also found out about Isaac sending a dog toy to the victim as Isaac though he was only some human-like dog. They also discovered that Pamela was rejected by the victim when she started flirting with him as he told her he already was dating. They also learned that Johnathan was Rudolph's cousin and that he was sad that they would never be able to see each other again. Later, at the station, beat cop Penelope Hunter approached them and explained that someone had been spotted at the victim's hideout. read more...
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