Hidden Missions is the title of the fan-fiction tenth instalment of the Criminal Case series. It sets in the city of Acropolis.

In this season, the player was recruited as a special agent for the Acropolis Special Intelligence, the elite investigating unit tasked to deal with high profile crimes in the city.

There are sixty-six cases to be investigated in this season, with eleven districts to explore with six cases each.


(Main article: Acropolis)

Acropolis is the main setting of this season of Criminal Case, it is a modern city that is divided to eleven districts with sixty-six murder cases to solve. Throughout the journey, the player accompanies the Acropolis Special Intelligence as a fellow special agent.


District Case No. Case Name

Acropolis Airport

1 Death in First Class
2 Amber Alert
3 Fine Dying Experience
4 Prescription: Murder
5 Security Breach
6 Gone Viral

Sunshine Resort

7 Resorting to Murder
8 A Pre-Meditated Kill
9 Die Quietly
10 Blood Tide
11 A Swing For Death
12 Paradise, At Last

Midtown Acropolis

13 Breathless
14 Taking The Bullet
15 Psyched Out
16 Midtown Crisis
17 Licensed To Die
18 Death in Dystopia


19 Fashion Disaster
20 An Axe to Pick
21 Murdered With Style
22 In Shades of Crimson
23 Humble Thyself
24 The iDol's Curse

Main Street

25 Aunt in Agony
26 The Queen is Dead
27 Fallen Grace
28 A Candidate for Murder
29 In Unholy Waters
30 The House of Lies

Kingston University

31 Reunion With Death
32 Passing On
33 Evolution of Murder
34 Crushed Dreams
35 A Deadly Enigma
36 Mind Games

Citadel Avenue

37 A Price To Pay
38 The Great Crash
39 Freefall
40 A Heart Stopper
41 Murder 2.0
42 An Investment For Murder

Fort Caltrax

43 Death on Parole
44 Breaking Chains
45 Murder in the Madhouse
46 Close to Home
47 Heavy Burdens
48 An Act of Injustice

Downtown Acropolis

49 Family Matters
50 Death Cruising Along
51 Downtown Affairs
52 The Solid Truth
53 On Fire
54 In Sheep's Clothing

Polaris Square

55 One Giant Leap For Murder
56 The Rendezvous
57 Blast Off!
58 Wurst Case Scenario
59 Negative Degree Murder
60 Playing the Hero

Capital Point

61 Casting the First Stone
62 A Bitter Taste
63 Freedom to Kill
64 Heart of Stone
65 The End Is Nigh
66 The Grand Finale

Author's Notes

This section will be continually edited by the author as the series develops. Keep in mind there are spoilers in this section, as it is the "behind the scenes" feature of my series.
  • The original name of this series was Justice Department, but then I was inspired to make an espionage theme on the series, rather than a normal "murder mystery" game. Although, technically Save The World was espionage themed, I wanted to scale down to specifics in this series.
  • Originally, there were twelve districts with seventy-two cases in total for this season.
  • There were four districts from the draft that were replaced in the final layout:
    • Memorial Bay - was replaced with Eternity Resort. I just thought that the story arc and the district itself was just bland and unnecessary.
    • Chinatown - replaced with Lunar Fields. I thought I could include space-related mystery into this series. This was a tough sacrifice as Chinatown's story arc was rather hectic.
    • Sycamore Groves - replaced with Main Street. The story arc of this district just doesn't go with the entire plot line.
    • Town Of Wisterias - replaced with Fort Caltrax. Originally a twin district of Sycamore Grove, I decided to make it a prison district instead. The name was inspired by both Fort Knox and Alcatraz Isle.
    • Crown Estates - removed, it's slowing down the pace of the story.
  • There were two districts from the draft that were renamed for the final layout:
    • Kingston University - used to be just Kings University. I decided to make it a parody of Princeton University.
    • Citadel Avenue - formerly Prosperity Lane. I thought this name sounded more modern.
    • Acropolis Airport - used to be Uptown Acropolis, I thought it would be interesting to see an airport case straight up first in a season.
    • Capital Point - used to be Heart of Acropolis, but I thought it was rather long. I know it sounds similar to Capitol Hill in Mysteries of the Past.
    • Polaris Square - formerly Lunar Fields, it sounds more appealing.
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