100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Outstanding design
- Making use of the right to not declare against ourselves
A game about...judges and judgements.
Lawyers aren't popular in real life, so nobody should be struck that they aren't in videogames either. Devil's Attorney doesn't even try to make that cliche better, as it might be inspired by the worst chapters of Ally McBeal.
Just a moment? A game about lawyers and judges and courts? How can this be? Wouldn't it be a "lawyer defense" or an "angry lawyers" instead? Devil's Attorney is, essentially, a strategy game. You have a limited amount of points to spend in your skills, Proofs and events (unexpected witness!) can boost your score, while witty prosecutors might thwart your fallacy based-strategy.
Game includes nearly sixty cases, mainly concerning hopeless evildoers. However, everybody deserves to be represented by a competent attorney, and there's where you, a young and overambitious lawyer can get his piece of cake from that huge cake shop called legal system.
Graphic and sound are awesome and gameplay, though it isn't as replayable as we'd like, it's one of the most original we have found so far this year. Therefore, unless you are too much into kill'em-all games, here's your smart dose of no-nonsense gaming.
There are no more questions, your Honor.
5/5 Android Tapp
10/10 Android Rundown
Devil's Attorney is a turn-based strategy game set in the 80's where you play as Max McMann, a defense attorney that's high on charm but low on moral fiber.
Your objective is to free all of your clients and use the money you earn to buy accessories and new furniture for your apartment; boosting your ego and unlocking new courtroom skills in the process.
• 58 challenging cases to complete
• 1 implausible storyline
• 3 neighborhoods to explore
• 9 devious prosecutors to outwit
• 3 difficulty settings
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• Improved HD support for high-resolution devices
• Sound and music controls improved
• Added better support for the back button
• Language corrections
• Compatibility improvements
Decent game, nicely presented and put together, maybe a little short and lacking in replayability. Worth the price though, no doubt a lot it.
You should be able to re do cases to earn money to get the skills needed to beat the final case. Unless you win all cases and get all the bonus, you can get all the skills because there is no other way of earning. Shame, because otherwise, it was very enj
Great game but would love to see another version or update of this only decent one out on market now
Not gouge you for money and fun for a couple days.
This is a great game, can you please release a part 2 already? I would love to play again