Crime Line
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Crime Line 

In this unique adventure game, you're the homicide detective. You must succeed in each case to move up the police ranks in Crime Line, a collection of short crime mysteries that will have you analyzing and piecing together the clues in each episode. Put the evidence together with the stories of the witnesses to solve the crimes. Solve 12 different murders and arrest the killers as efficiently and accurately as you can. The better you do at solving the crimes, the faster you move up the ranks. Prove your keen detective skills through detailed interviews and the collection of pertinent evidence that you find at each crime scene. The unique storylines will keep you engaged as you hunt down the truth and apprehend the criminals. Solve the crimes and arrest the killers when you try the free trial version of Crime Line or download the full-unlimited version today!

  • Solve 12 different murder cases.
  • Interview dozens of witnesses and collect hundreds of clues.
  • Use the evidence to recreate the murders and uncover the killers.
  • Follow the unique storylines and characters in this episodic murder mystery game.
  • Solve the cases efficiently and accurately to move up the police ranks.
  • This game is intended for mature audiences.
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Reviews of Crime Line
 | Added on: May 29, 2013
I have to say the game looked fun however when I downloaded it it was probably one of the worst hidden object games I've played. I know this is harsh however the game was repetitive the different crime scenes consisted of clicking on an object that matches a statement you do this with the same about 10 objects 5 times with each crime. Then you repeat the same statements again in each scene. So I wouldn't recommend this game
 | Added on: May 30, 2013
Hi guys - I'm the creator of the game and I appreciate you taking the time to review it. The game is very focused on story and character and is not a traditional HOG or Adventure game. I tried to make all clues and evidence truly relate to the crime and the motives of all the characters, and the characters' stories compelling. The content is also mature and not for kids, but is less graphic on what you'd see on a TV show like Law and Order or CSI. Some stories are based on true cases and deal with real-life issues. I do feel that there is at least three hours of gameplay, as it takes me 15 minutes to finish one episode. I hope you like it and are willing to try Crime Line's story-based gameplay. As with all my games, I very much appreciate your feedback. I'm eager to read your thoughts. Thanks! Michael Ahn
 | Added on: May 29, 2013
Just playing the free trial, I could see that this game is repetitious. The crime stories are interesting. Through the stories each suspect tells, it is a hint to an object which is then clicked on and brought over to a list. After the suspects are finished, you read through each full story they have and match the items you collected to the crime line. Then you click on who you think is the murderer. Great concept, graphics are average, as is the game. It is just missing a little something to bring it the quality it needs. Recommended for adults only.
 | Added on: May 31, 2013
this game is very repetitive and boring, good if you can't sleep. game is very short and has no ending to it you just finish the crime scenes and that it not worth buying.
 | Added on: June 18, 2013
Crime Line (Adventure) Don't come into this game with any preconceived notions. I've seen no other games at the casual portals that's anything like this one. The stories unfold as you examine your surroundings, gather evidence, and talk to witnesses. You are the detective. It's kind of like a combination of watching a Criminal Minds (the TV show) marathon and playing one of the old text adventure games. There is a lot of reading to do, but small amounts at a time -- never an overwhelming amount. If you're looking for action, this game wouldn't be a good fit. This one is for those who like to step back and consider what is around you. In the end, only you can find the criminal(s). The game starts with a short video, rather like a commercial showing the basic premise of the game. Unlike most games, there is no separate window for options. You'll find them in the top left corner, with separate sliders for music and sound, plus full-screen or windowed mode. No option for wide-screen, but it still looked great on my monitor. These options can be adjusted at any time during gameplay with one simple click. Also unlike other games, you can choose what order you wish to play the game in! There are 12 crimes to solve, which you can choose from on the title page. They are: A Novel Murder Death in the Suburbs Lost Shelter The Open Door The Girl in the Park Graphic Evidence Album Drop Sinking Feelings Unnatural History The Short Walk Home Salon See You Tomorrow The Play's the Thing The witness statements will lead you to examine certain things in the room, almost like a hidden object game. You can skip a statement and come back to it later, if you wish. You get only one HINT per witness, but they do accumulate if you don't use them. Once you've collected the evidence, you use it to double-check the witness' story. You'll get a more detailed account once you finish reviewing. You will see the same piece(s) of evidence in multiple witness' stories, but this is the kind of thing that can help solve the crimes -- when you get different accounts from different people. When you've interviewed everyone, you will be asked to catch the culprit. Just mouse-over the location for each suspect to read their statements, and be sure you don't click until you think you've found the right person. Each case took me about twenty minutes to finish, meaning that the game is about 4 hours long. There are moments when the text can get repetitive, but the cases are both interesting and compelling. The subject matter is NOT for the faint of heart. We are dealing with serious and sometimes sickening subject matter, though the devs do handle this well. Absolutely worth checking out if you enjoy crime-themed drama~
 | Added on: May 28, 2013
A little disappointing. A lot repetitious. Really wishing this game was better. I had to download the latest version of Adobe Flash Player just to get this game to work. Almost wasn't worth it Anyway, I stuck through til the end and the bottom line ... it was ok. Not a high reco from me. Definitely not a game for children.
 | Added on: May 28, 2013
The game is short and not detailed enough. I have a game pass and was somewhat bored but played it through. It took less than a couple of hours to play the whole game. The idea of the game is intriguing but the game is simple and graphics leave much to be desired. One of the cases, they actually told who did the crime. If I did not have game pass and had purchased the game, I would have been very disappointed.
 | Added on: July 12, 2013
I thought I'd really love this came because I have always loved point-and-click adventures. I enjoy mystery/adventure games, especially things like the Nancy Drew Games which have mystery and puzzle solving. While I didn't expect this game to be as detailed as the Nancy Drew games, I was definitely expecting something different. This game is extremely repetitive and you just don't feel like there's a plateau. You want to build up to something exciting, but instead when you pass a level, you do more of the same. I'm not sure what it would take to make this game better....maybe some kind of interactions related to the characters and some kind of connection between what you are doing and what the outcome is. Even though you have to choose the correct items based on what is said on the screen, it just seems like in the end all of that work doesn't make a difference. You can figure things out pretty easily and then you aren't motivated to continue.
 | Added on: May 29, 2013
The premise of this game had promise but the presentation of it was just plain boring to me. Admittedly, I played only one of the crime scenes but that was more than enough for me. It was just too repetitive.
 | Added on: June 17, 2013
Despite bad reviews, I thought the premise was great, so I gave it a try. It was insultingly easy and repetitive. Solving the actual crime was a joke. I would love to see a game similar to this, but done right.
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