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  • Pegasus Games MicroMacro: Crime City: All In

MicroMacro: Crime City: All In

$34.95 $31.95 Excl. tax

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Venture into the next district of the crime-ridden black and white metropolis Crime City. These are brand new stories, more ingenious and devious than ever before!

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Age: 10+
Time: 15-45 min
Players: 1-4
Published: 2022

Since the release of MicroMacro: Crime City in October 2020, around 2 million copies of the first and second part, MicroMacro: Crime City 2 - Full House, have been produced worldwide - in no fewer than 31 languages. The Spiel des Jahres 2021 (Game of the Year 2021) inspires experienced gamers and newcomers alike as it provides thrilling and innovative detective work in your own four walls.
With MicroMacro: Crime City 3 - All In, players can venture into the next district of the crime-ridden black and white metropolis Crime City. On a new, huge city map, which seamlessly connects to the previous maps, 16 tricky criminal cases are again waiting to be solved by one to four amateur detectives. These are brand new stories, more ingenious and devious than ever before! Players need to determine motives, find evidence and convict the perpetrators. An attentive eye is just as important as creative deduction skills in order to unravel everything on the 75 x 110 cm game board. A magnifying glass is included in the game as a little help to find all the details and the individual cases are again marked with symbols so that parents can decide which cases the youngest investigators are allowed to research and uncover. MicroMacro: Crime City 3 - All In is a stand-alone game, no previous knowledge from the other two MicroMacro games is required.
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2022 / Cooperative Games / Mystery Theme / Solo Mode Games
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