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Grimsborough
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General information
Founder William Cooper
Established 1845
Country Flag of USA United States of America
Inhabitants Americans
Primary LEA Grimsborough Police Department
Key city figures Howard Johnson (Mayor)
Samuel King (Chief of Police)
No. of cases in season 56
No. of districts in season 6
Appears in Season 1
Season guide
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Season 2: Pacific Bay

Grimsborough is a city appearing as the main setting for the first season of Criminal Case.

Located in the United States of America, Grimsborough is a metropolitan city divided into a total of six districts. The first fifty-six cases of the game are located across this city.

The Grimsborough Police Department (GBPD) is the law enforcement agency that serves the city of Grimsborough.

History

Founder of Grimsborough

Statue of William Cooper.

The city of Grimsborough was founded by William Cooper in 1845. It is known that William, at some point in his life, settled in the Historical Center district of the city along with his pet dog, Ellington.

According to William's descendant, Ashton Cooper, Grimsborough was only the leftovers of a small Pilgrim settlement before his ancestor built it.

William also has a statue of him built at Cooper Park, located in the Financial Center.

Districts

The city of Grimsborough features six different districts.

Industrial Area

Industrial Area is the first district investigated in Grimsborough. It is a worker-oriented district ravaged by organized crime and gang activity, more specifically the gang war between The Vipers and The Skulls.

Cases #1-#11 are situated in this district.

Financial Center

Based on Wall Street and Central Park, Financial Center is the second district of Grimsborough. Roman Harris, known as the architect of the city, is the one who designed and built the Financial Center. It is a business-oriented district centering around a powerful and corrupt businessman who is motivated by greed.

Cases #12-#21 are situated in this district.

Historical Center

Historical Center is the third district of Grimsborough. Founded by Baron Salvadore, it features many historical novelties of Grimsborough as well as being near a forest preserve and a lake. The district mainly deals with the imminent Dog Pageant contest.

Cases #22-#31 are situated in this district.

University

University is the fourth district of Grimsborough. As an aptly named district, it is a schooling institution with an accredited baccalaureate college, a football field, and several schooling fronts. The district revolves around the imminent Grimsborough University Prom Ball event.

Cases #32-#41 are situated in this district.

Maple Heights

Maple Heights is the fifth district of Grimsborough. Considered to be the most affluent district of the city, it deals with self-centered individuals as well as people who pride themselves of their wealth. The district focuses on the Mayoral Elections.

Cases #42-#51 are situated in this district. 

Airport

Airport is the sixth and final district of Grimsborough. It requires investigation of a crime scene from the past in each case, with its events dated from 1642-1649. The district focuses on digging deep into the gloomy mysteries of Grimsborough that need to be unearthed before a notorious secret society takes over the city.

Cases #52-#56 are situated in this district.

Gallery

  • The "Welcome to Grimsborough" signboard.
  • An artwork depicting Grimsborough.
  • Blue Flamingo, a nightclub.
  • William Cooper's statue.
  • A shopping center.
  • The Golden Thimble, a bar.
  • Walton Square, a landmark.
  • A main street.
  • Headquarters of Grim News.
  • A view of the Cooper Park.
  • An antique shop.
  • A stall.
  • Arena of the annual Dog Pageant contest.
  • Grimsborough University's campus.
  • A greenhouse.
  • A lake.
  • A comic book store.
  • A diner.
  • A football field.
  • A subway platform.
  • Grimsborough University's library.
  • The Livingstone Club.
  • A marina boardwalk.

Trivia

  • Grimsborough may have likely been inspired by major cities in the Northeastern United States, such as New York City and Philadelphia.
  • The name of the city is most likely a play on the words grim and borough, with the first half referring to the dark secrets of the city and the second half referring to the city itself. Hence, Grimsborough could be roughly defined as a "gloomy, or forbidding, town"—therefore reflecting the city's dark secrets which are finally unearthed in the season finale.
  • In the desktop version of the game, players must complete It All Ends Here in order to make the Airport district appear on the map. In the mobile/tablet version of the game, however, Airport is visible on the map from the very start of the game.

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