Escape into the world of search and solve, or strategy and getaway, with crime games.
Tell the truth: you get oodles of guilty pleasure from pocketing an extra peppermint at the restaurant check out or keeping that extra item the cashier accidently popped in your shopping bag. Though neither of those wee deviations are hardly worth a body search or high-speed chase, they somehow bring out our inner scoundrel.
Now dip into your hidden miscreant and imaging really taking action and pulling off a real heist. Hey, Brad Pitt made his swindling self loveable by doing so in the great chase film Ocean's Twelve. Even Walt Disney loved Sherwood Forest's most famous cad Robin Hood so much that he turned him into a cartoon character.
On Agame, you can slip into the mind of Bob the Robber try to slink in and out with as much booty as possible, and not get nabbed.
But what about catching the thief, instead of being one? In the 1980s cartoon series, Cyborg Inspector Gadget blundered upon misdeeds of one criminal after another and managed to almost unknowingly solve them with the help of his niece and pup, using contraptions like his ever-faithful Gadget Car. In Mini Chase, kids can put on cop uniforms and whiz around at high speeds behind petty thieves and burglars or take on a more investigative role, like Gadget, playing crime scene detective games.
To unwind a misdeed takes some prep work, so step into the shoes of one of Scotland Yard's most venerated detectives by playing Sherlock Holmes: Tea Shop Murder and start at the beginning by looking for evidence in a riveting crime scene game. To get to the villainous bottom of a number of puzzling capers, pull out your magnifying glass and look into crime solving games.
With Agame, be the good or bad guy…It’s your choice!