Criminal Case: The Conspiracy 12+

Suspenseful Thriller Game

Pretty Simple

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 3.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Join the Police of Grimsborough once again to solve a series of murder cases in this captivating hidden object, adventure game. Investigate crime scenes for clues, bring the suspects in for questioning and analyze evidence to catch the killers. Are you ready to prove your detective skills?

• Investigate brand new crime scenes and discover the dark side of Grimsborough
• Examine clues and analyze samples to look for evidence
• Interrogate witnesses and suspects
• Bring the killer to justice
• Works on iPhone 5 and above and on all iPads
• iPod Touch 4th generation devices are currently not supported

PLEASE NOTE – Criminal Case: The Conspiracy is completely free to play, however some game items can also be purchased for real money. If you don't want to use this feature, please disable in-app purchases in your device's settings.

Under our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, you must be at least 13 years old to play or download Criminal Case: The Conspiracy

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What’s New

Version 1.38.2

Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
3.7K Ratings

3.7K Ratings

Jefffret ,

Fun franchise

I really don’t have a problem with the ads...because A) the game is free and B) I’ve played the other games in this series so there are no surprises. I’ve gotten used to the time things take to complete. The character dialog is cheesy as it’s always been but that’s part of the charm. These games are clearly a money grab but if you can look past all that, it’s fun. I try not to complain about something that’s free. If it bugs you that much, don’t download it or better yet, pay the 7.99 and earn the right to complain. I personally hate the Freemium format. I’d much rather pay a set price and just play the game...

Kaveman2010 ,

Fun, if you pay or fb

I played a couple of the Criminal Case games a while back when I still had a Facebook account. It was a fun way to pass the time, but I got tired of only having the choice of either paying real money or adding fb friends. I didn’t like bugging my family or my actual friends since most of them don’t play these games. And I didn’t like adding strangers to my friends list. And I’m extremely picky about what apps I’m willing to pay for. The ads are a bit annoying, but not any more than they are on a lot of other apps. The games were/are a lot of fun and challenging. I just want to play games like this without the necessity to add ‘friends’ or pay $$ to continue playing.

pecoskis ,

Save money

These are wonderful games. More like novels! But the key is to get all of them( there are currently five) and when you run out of stars to move forward just switch games. I am retired and these are my go to games on my iPhone. I paid to get rid of those annoying ads, and I sometimes pay to fast forward to the next level in a game (99 cents). You can watch ads to get more energy or not. No need to spend a lot of money! These are fantastic games. Graphics, story lines, characters, all are done to a T. Highly recommend them! They are all equally good!

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