NCIS: Hidden Crimes – Tips and Tricks Guide: Hints, Cheats, and Strategies
NCIS: Hidden Crimes is a new hidden object game for the iOS and Android platforms. Your goal here is to find objects in the crime scene, string the evidence together, and use it to convict a suspect. You can do other side games as well, and do time attack competitions. Read on for some tips and tricks for NCIS: Hidden Crimes!
When you want to earn as many stars as possible, play a level over and over so that you know where all of the items are each time that you play it. The quicker you tap, the faster you can earn stars without having to think too much about where everything is, because you’ll already know. This goes for other games, such as the shredder game, as well.
Cash is the premium currency of the game, and can be used to buy Mission Orders and other goodies. The quickest way to earn fast cash is to go to the IAP menu, and there will be a video option. When you finish watching one of the videos, you will earn one free cash as a reward.
To earn more coins, go to the levels – any one of them – knowing what to look for. Look at Abby’s trade list first to know what you want to get. Then go and complete levels, and you will earn the items that you need. Trade them with Abby for coins. Replaying levels is also a good way to earn Mission Orders without having to spend any cash.
Energy is a limited thing, and when it runs out, you normally have to wait for it to be restored on its own, or purchase more of it with cash. Otherwise, if you have friends who play the game or who would be interested, log into Facebook and send them requests for energy. Make sure to send them energy when they request it, as well.
If you don’t have any friends who play it but you still want to take advantage of the Facebook options, use a second account for games only. Log into the game with your second account, then add people in the App Store, Google Play, or NCIS Hidden Crimes Facebook groups, and send energy back and forth with them, so that you can keep playing for as long as you want to as long as you have people to trade energy with.