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Aviary Attorney: Definitive Edition

A legal adventure game inspired by the works of J.J. Grandville, a French caricaturist. It was developed by the independent studio Sketchy Logic Games. The action of Aviary Attorney is set in an alternative version of the 19th-century Paris inhabited by humanoid animals.

Adventure | Detective | 2D | visual novel | indie games | alternative history | legal thriller | 19th century

Aviary Attorney: Definitive Edition cover

developer: Sketchy Logic Games

publisher: Sketchy Logic Games

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Game mode: single player

game release date:

21Dec2015

PC

30Jan2020

Switch

Aviary Attorney is a legal adventure inspired by the work of French draughtsman J. J. Grandville. The game was developed by Sketchy Logic studio.

The action takes place in Paris in 1848, but the vision of those times presented by the authors is far from what we know from history textbooks. In Aviary Attorney, the French capital is mainly inhabited by various hominoid animals. At the start of the campaign, the situation in the city is tense. A new revolution hangs in the air and local prisons are overcrowded. The game tells the story of two heroes - Falcon, a falcon lawyer named Jayjay Falcon and his helper, Sparrowson's sparrow. In the first of the four available cases, the duo will try to clear the bourgeois cat Caterline Demiaou, who was accused of murder. Her family is ready to pay a large sum to anyone who finds evidence of her innocence.

In terms of gameplay, Aviary Attorney takes full advantage of the achievements of the Phoenix Wright series. Each case is therefore divided into two sections. In the first of them we will explore Paris, where we search the locations and interview witnesses. We then use this knowledge in trials to present important evidence to judges and to point out inaccuracies in our clients' incriminating testimonies. What is interesting, however, in order to continue the game it is not necessary to win in court - mistakes made by the player can result in conviction of the client, and yet the campaign will continue, and with each loss its plot becomes more gloomy.

The graphic design was based on drawings by French artist J. J. Grandville, whose most famous works present bizarre characters connecting the human body with the heads of animals. Developers scanned his paintings and then equipped them with numerous animations, and as backgrounds illustrations from other 19th century books were used.

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System requirements

PC / Windows

PC / Windows

Recommended: Dual Core 2.0 GHz, 3 GB RAM, 500 MB HDD, Windows 7/8/10
Minimum: Dual Core 2.0 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 500 MB HDD, Windows 7/8/10

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