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    Procedural crime shows like CSI (Crime Scene Investigations) can be difficult to adapt to games. But one genre that fits those shows (and mobile) very well is hidden object games. Just as the cops and detectives have to search for clues in order to solve a case, so can players search for items and perform minigames relating to the police work simulated by these shows.
    Thus it comes as no surprise that Ubisofts CSI: Hidden Crimes is a hidden object game. But Ubisoft Abu Dhabi has done something unique with this particular game they made it completely free to play. I dont mean a free demo with the option to unlock the content. The whole thing is free with the energy system and social features common to free to play titles.

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    05-04-2014 01:10 PM

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