Devil's Attorney

4.4
15.3K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

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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Updated on
Mar 9, 2022

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4.4
15.3K reviews
Jason M
June 27, 2022
It's kinda fun. It would be better if the random upgrades showed what each skill does in addition to saying what the cost is reduced by. That said, ive played a dozen times with different combinations and can't beat the last guy. (I'm assuming it's the first level because he says he's gonna buy me a new place if I win)
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James Cook
June 6, 2022
It was fun and cute! At first I was disappointed to find out this was more of a battle focused kind of game rather than more of a lawyer game, but the strategy was still lots of fun. I kind of wish the progression was slightly more rewarding, as you upgrade a whole apartment just to get a new empty one, and that made me feel like which furniture I chose didn't matter as much as the ability it gave me. Which is fine, I just would have enjoyed more of a progression aspect
31 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
August 12, 2019
This game needs DLC, the dialogue in court and after purchasing upgrades is well written and very humorous. Every upgrade "card" in home, chacter worn, or placed on a personal item has funny names for their effects and those effects are extremly balanced, better than any game I've played. The answers seem so simple but the path may not seem clear at first; however, after playing multiple times, there are many ways to finish the cases, but, the final case is certainly a well deserved plot twist.
51 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Bug fixes and improvements.