wrote about upcoming game releases from German publisher Edition Spielwiese, with one of those items being a new standalone MicroMacro: Crime City title from designer Johannes Sich — with this title being part of a four-game series in which each game represents one of the city's four districts, with some of the cases that you need to solve being linked across districts.
On the heels of a Spiel des Jahres nomination for MicroMacro: Crime City, distributor/co-publisher Pegasus Spiele has announced the August 2021 release of MicroMacro: Crime City – Full House, which will contain 16 more cases for you to solve, with these cases being "more complex, sophisticated and, of course, a bit more criminal". This release will also mark each case with symbols so that parents can decide which cases young investigators are cleared to research, something not present in the original release.
Pegasus Spiele notes that MicroMacro: Crime City has been a huge sales success to date, with more than a half-million copies sold in 24 languages, and as I noted in that January 2021 post, Edition Spielwiese is also preparing "among other things, a standalone app as well as other themed worlds, including a children's game."
For an overview of the original game and how it works, head to my written and video overview.
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