By 1337 Game Design AB
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
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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.
What's New in Version 1.0.4
Fixes crash on iPhone 6 Plus
Keep going back to it!
I love this game. It's humorous, well-crafted, and just plain FUN. I am a serial downloader and have way too many games on my phone that I don't actually play. However, this one I have gotten my money's worth from. I will play it, beat it, get distracted for a few months, then come back and do it all again. I love the turn-based gameplay and the upgrade system with the apartment, clothes, and car. The quips between the characters are fantastic, and you will love to hate Max for being an unwaveringly confident jerk. I never write reviews, but felt obligated after enjoying my most recent time through once again. Just play it!
Great iOS game!
I'm a huge fan of the old school turn based RPG and this is a great, but limited, twist on an old formula. Each battle had its challenge, I rarely felt like I could beast through a match, but when I examined the situation I always felt rewarded for figuring out a successful combo. My biggest complaint would be the end just popped up, I was hoping for another batch of higher powered enemies since I hadn't finished filling all of my skills, but it just pops up "this is your final case".
The game play and chatter with your enemies was always a pleasure, one of the few iOS games I felt compelled to play to completion.
Combining two things that don't go together
This game combines an RPG's progression and damage ranges, with a puzzler's 'do it this way or fail' philosophy. Does anyone see the problem? Yes, it's the fact that you're mixing the required precision of 100% exactly the same thing every time, with..... something that contradicts that. AKA RNG. Random Number Generator. Random mixed with precision. Granted, everything else was good, but the main gameplay is still broken. Sort of like if Portal had randomized chamber order. You got the final chamber before you have the portal gun? Sorry, reset your save and try again.