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Rory Laubscher
Did not disappoint.

I had a lot more fun with this than I expected. As a previous review states, it certainly is "Where's Wally" on steroids. So much fine detail and the cases we've done so far were really intriguing and created a real sense of achievement with each successive deduction made.
In short, you have a HUGE black and white map in front of you, and each case (crime) begins with a location that you have to find. From there it's a series of questions that need answers and you check if you're correct by reviewing the grid location of the answer. It's a lot of fun, with a number of twists and "A-ha" moments that I loved. Cases are rated in difficulty from 1 - 5 stars. We've worked up to 3 star cases and loved it. Can't wait to see what makes the hard cases so tough.

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A.
A fun activity-type game

A unique time-bending map leads you through 16 cases in this curiously crime-ridden city inhabited by anthropomorphic animal characters. The cases have varying difficulties.

This has become a perfect end-of-gaming-session activity, doing a couple of cases at a time.
Definitely not a ‘game’ as such, more of an ‘activity’. Best with a group of 2-4, to get your heads together to pore over the HUGE, minutely detailed map. Some rather adult themes (murder etc) so be aware of that.

I’ve used coloured game cubes (from Clank!) to mark the locations on the map, very useful and makes it much more visual.

Overall, a wonderfully fun and quirky activity that is a perfect start or end to a game session.

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AJ
A fun activity-type game

A unique time-bending map leads you through 16 cases in this curiously crime-ridden city inhabited by anthropomorphic animal characters. The cases have varying difficulties.

This has become a perfect end-of-gaming-session activity, doing a couple of cases at a time.
Definitely not a ‘game’ as such, more of an ‘activity’. Best with a group of 2-4, to get your heads together to pore over the HUGE, minutely detailed map. Some rather adult themes (murder etc) so be aware of that.

I’ve used coloured game cubes (from Clank!) to mark the locations on the map, very useful and makes it much more visual.

Overall, a wonderfully fun and quirky activity that is a perfect start or end to a game session.

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A.B.
Fun, Interactive, Souped Up Version of Wheres Wally

I managed to get my hands on a copy of the elusive MicroMacro when Hobby Games got their first order in.
It's super easy to learn, interactive, immersive, fun and will get you thinking!
We played the first case and were hooked, did about 6 in the first play but could have happily played through them all!
Definitely recommend playing with others to with this one, easily playable solo but more fun with others!
Get your hands on in it when you can!