Peace, Death!

29.1K reviews
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About this game

Peace, Death! is an arcade simulator with difficulties. In this game, you play as the Reaper working for your boss, Death, in Apocalypse, Inc. You face a challenge: go through a trial period of seven weeks to get a permanent job and advance the interests of your employer.

Features. You need to examine each client's feature to determine his, her, or its fate. There are more features every day and the game becomes more difficult. Your client holds a pistol? Send him to Hell unless he changes his mind and drops weapons. Is your client a hat-lover? Should you send him to Heaven? No, it's not that easy! First, take the hat off, and you might see the horns. Being a demon, killer, or an angel are features, too.

Catastrophes. These are unique events, they're unexpected and rapid, so Reaper is pressed by time. But you must allocate clients correctly to complete a catastrophe, unlock new clients and increase Death's influence! Unlucky pirates, bear influenza epidemic in Siberia, fighting for a free soup - these are only some of the catastrophes.

Events. Each week you will face a new event. The more days you worked, the more events you have. Trainees' phone calls, safes with smuggled goods, undercover agents of Paradox, kidnappers. They all pose some difficulties but help you to become the best in the biz. Why, you can even cook a soup!

Theme Days. Each seventh day is a theme day. You'll choose clients' fate for a unique soundtrack corresponding to the spirit of the chosen theme. Egypt? Certainly! Mother Russia? Nostrovia! Pirate day? Yo-ho-ho!

What else? Horsemen tasks, funny clients' phrases, lots of references and easter eggs, bonuses, penalties, very special clients ó all this will define your future as the Reaper determine the game ending!

In Hand of F:

Everlasting game. You wanted, you asked, and you got.
More than one hundred Fate cards, which affect your working day.
New catastrophes. Inquisitors, crazy youtubers, a deserted island, and even a Pestilence's festival!
New characters. Famous and unknown.
Your own large apartment. Beyond others' wildest dreams.

Improvements. Food. Quests. Favorite types of your working place. And much more in Peace, Death! Hand of F.

Good luck, Reaper!

Also Peace, Death! available with Google Play Pass!
Updated on
Jun 1, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

28.1K reviews
Alyxandra Yatsko
September 28, 2023
Tons of fun, no ads, no micro transactions (only purchasable dlc), the writing is clever and the levels are increasingly challenging. The speed at which the difficulty increases is perfect too. I got hooked the first time I tried it and couldn't stop playing to go to sleep for work 😅 I'm still a little confused at the scoring system for the four horsemen and what the goal is there, you don't get detailed instructions at the start but there is a guide in options menu.
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LikWid Official
June 9, 2023
Fun game when you continually play it, but difficult to remember some elements of when you're idle for quite some time. User interface can be extremely confusing and often doesn't make much sense; there's little introduction to the core principles of the game. Great for brief game play sessions and forgiving in that you get unlimited attempts on each level. Would recommend buying on a sale, but by personal opinion, not worth full listed price.
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Bob Bobbo
June 24, 2020
It looks cool, but I can barely understand what any of the buttons do on the screen, there needs to be way more feedback and information than just fingers pointing where I can click. Even starting the game was difficult; Who would think the dark silhouette in the background is the START button? And the screen before you start a round and can purchase stuff: Are you able to scroll that menu? I'd hope so, because if you barely tap an option, it purchases it without any confirmation. Come on.
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What's new

- Few minor fixes;