Third Eye Crime opens with a familiar scene: a young woman walks into a dimly lit office, while a trench coat-clad man sits behind a desk. Slow, jazzy music plays in the background. She has a problem with her husband, and needs some help. But in this case, the man isn’t a private detective — he’s a thief with the uncanny ability to predict where people will move moments before they actually do. It’s a useful tool when you’re trying to nab a priceless painting from a museum, and it also makes for some great touchscreen puzzles.