Crime Puzzle is not a game for hardcore gamers, but a game for people who appreciate the excitement of solving a good puzzle, the pleasure of completing level after level and, finally, reaching the end of the game by accomplishing the primary objective. It’s a great choice for people who like computer games, but do not want to or cannot be hardcore gamers who spend countless hours in front of their PC’s. Instead, casual gamers prefer games that can be started during a short break at home or at work, played for a few minutes and then closed until the next opportunity.
Crime Puzzle is a colorful, dynamic and utterly exciting matching game that will keep you busy for hours. Based on a detective story, it will take you through the investigation of a mysterious theft of a collection of uniquely rare stamps. Your task is to combine identical stamps on the game field into horizontal or vertical groups of 3 and more by swapping adjacent stamps. Groups of 3 or more identical stamps will immediately disappear to make way for new stamps falling from the top of the game field. The game features three modes for intensive or relaxed gameplay, an intuitive user interface and simple in-game controls. Crime Puzzle has very modest system requirements and can be launched on any computer. If you like dynamic and immersive casual games, this one is exactly what you’ve been looking for. The game comes with a free one-hour trial version that will give you an idea of its quality.
Don’t let the mystery of stolen stamps remain unsolved! Use your intellect and skills to find out the truth!
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