Zootopia Crime Files Hidden Object is available on the Windows Store
It seems that Disney finally released a new hidden object game based on the Zootopia movie for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. In Zootopia Crime Files: Hidden Objects, you will need to team up with ZPD officers Nicke Wilde and Judy Hopps and use their crime-solving skills to discover clues, analyze evidence and resolve crime scenes to restore order in Zootopia.
Zootopia Crime Files: Hidden Object for Windows Store: Features
- “Ability to work with officer Nick Wilde and Judy Hopps and call for backup from ZPD best guys such as: Grizzoli, Rhinowhitz, Chief Bogo and Clawhauser
- Ability to hop around Zootopia in order to discover hidden objects
- Visit the laboratory to analyze your evidence thanks to the help of Hurriet
- Ability to activate special abilities such as Cheetah’s Charge, Sloth Slowdown or Tiger Tracker in order to help you catch suspects and solve cases
- Unlock and discover Zootopia locations such as: Lemming Bros, Little Rodentia, Jumbeaux’s Café, Savanna Central Station and more.”
Zootopia Crime Files: Hidden Objects was released back on April 19, 2016 (Australia) and May 16, 2016 (Canada) for iOS. Fom now on, the game can be installed on your Windows Phone handset directly from the Windows Store. If you like puzzle games, then the Zootopia Crime Files: Hidden Objects is surely your type of game and we suggest you to try it out.
Zootopia Crime Files: Hidden Objects was developed by Disney Interactive and published by Disney Mobile. There are rumors which say that the game will also be released for Android OS sometime in the near future, but this has not been confirmed yet by the developer.
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