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Perfil de Riesgo: Casos Federales (Risk Profile: Federal Cases) is an adventure game in point-and-click style. Developed by request of the Federal Administration of Public Revenue (AFIP in Argentina), it aims to educate about the culture on taxes to the smallest of the family. Risk profile contains twelve missions (cases) in which players must interact with several characters and solve legal problems by real methods AFIP uses. The decisions are rewarded with points for each mission. Missions here refer to mysterious events, smuggling, tax evasion, illegal work, and many more.

Conflicts arise in the exercise of civic and education tax, but there is also a secondary story that unfolds over the twelve missions. The subplot then passes to the forefront. The characters can be heard speaking in a perfect "Argentinian" Castilian. The protagonist of the story is Martina, a researcher intelligent, agile, eager and fan of videogames as well.

The game is divided into four regions, which are geographic areas which Martina travels to meet the missions "It's the City", showing urban scenes of the Argentinian country, the Mountain, which features landscapes of Patagonia (a particular geographic place in Argentina), the Desert spaces as proposed in Northwestern Argentina, and the Jungle, which features more characteristics of Mesopotamia.

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Perfil de Riesgo: Casos Federales Windows Martina´s Job Interview
Perfil de Riesgo: Casos Federales Windows In the Lab with Dr. Edgar
Perfil de Riesgo: Casos Federales Windows Mission 1 - "Something´s Hiding"
Perfil de Riesgo: Casos Federales Windows The Newspaper informs about new AFIP investigators

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Mastran (544) added Perfil de Riesgo: Casos Federales (Windows) on Mar 04, 2011