The best thing about Papers, Please is the way in which its work-like gameplay combines with narrative elements to create a stressful, oppressive atmosphere. You're checking documents for discrepancies against the clock, while travellers plead and bargain with you to let them pass, putting your job on the line when your family is...
Small publisher 11 Bit Studios has announced it's bringing the well-received arrest-'em-up Beat Cop to PlayStation 4. This title looks like it takes some inspiration from Papers, Please -- you'll be working a regular beat on one New York City street, writing tickets, making arrests, and investigating nefarious goings-on. It seems relatively...
A retro, pixel art style adventure in New York, inspired by ’80s cop shows.
- NONLINEAR STORY WITH MULTIPLE ENDINGS: Someone framed you and no one cares about this but you. Turn every stone in this city and find out who did that. The further you investigate the more missing puzzles you’ll find, but be careful. Some things should never be brought to daylight.
- THE ESSENCE OF '80 COP SHOWS: Have you ever dreamed of being one of the heroes of cop movies? Of course you did, like we all. Now you have a chance! Stay vigilant and quick-witted but remember that if this won’t work, you can always do some old school jaw wrecking. It’s ’80s after all!
- THE HUMOR THAT YOUR MOM WOULDN'T APPROVE: Be sarcastic. Be gloom. Be whatever you want. There are thousands of things in this world you can laugh at, and even more you shouldn't, but who cares. It’s jungle out there baby, and sometimes you just need something to release the stress.