Android App Ratings & Reviews

Defend and Debauch in Devil’s Attorney for Android

by On October 11, 2012

Android games come in many shapes and sized, but I’ve never seen a game quite like Devil’s Attorney from Senri AB. You’ll get to play a shady attorney in the 80s, and it’s a turn-based strategy game. Interested? If not you should be as it’s one of the coolest games I’ve played this year. Set in the decade of decadence known as the 80s Devil’s Attorney takes you on a strange trip as Max McMann a sleazy defense attorney. Your goal is to use your courtroom skills to get your clients off the hook and get paid, and you’ll use your hard earned cash to upgrade your skills, and buy new swag to fit your decadent lifestyle.  Courtroom battles are fought by using skills to attack the prosecution (and witnesses), and once you’ve won the case you’ll cash to deck out your pad. The items you decorate with will give your character a boost and allow you to unlock new abilities as well. I knew Devil’s Attorney was headed our way, and snapped it up as soon as it hit Google Play yesterday. I spent a lot of time playing it last night and it’s even cooler than I thought it would be.  The music is perfect, the game is unique, and it’s got the best intro sequence you’ll ever see. There’s no free version of the game available, but the full version is a steal at only $3.00. Check back next week for my full review, until then I highly recommend you head on over to Google Play and check out Devil’s Attorney for yourself.

Devil’s Attorney

Senri

 

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