Run your own security company in the 80s with Rough Justice: '84
Running a private security company in the 80s? I'd certainly like to!
With a rather unusual setting, publisher Daedalic Entertainment ventures on a journey through time in cooperation with developer Gamma Minus UG: In the board game-inspired Rough Justice '84, you set up your own private security company in the colourful 1980s, you specialise in all things related to repossessions, security measures and catching fugitive criminals. Rough Justice '84 is available now, at Gamesplanet for a short time with a 20% discount. And if you want the neon noir retro synth music that goes with the game separately, you can also get the Rough Justice '84 Supporter Pack with the original soundtrack (18 tracks) and a digital design book.
Rough Justice '84: Cards, dice and perms.
As a private eye and security company operator, you need competent personnel. Recruit the best agents and operatives in the fight for justice and assign them to suitable cases! Don't be put off by the look of the clothes - that's just how you looked in the 1980s. Voluntary. Yes, that alone is actually a crime.
To accomplish your tasks in Rough Justice '84, solving puzzles, you sometimes rely on cards and dice. Your agents each draw from more than 5 skills with varying values from 0 to 5. A 5 means that you have five dice available for a roll. Challenging mini-games add variety to the gameplay and at the same time challenge your brain cells, for example when it comes to solving mathematical tasks or finding out how analogue mechanisms work.