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Spirit of Justice
Android Police coverage: Capcom has ported ‘Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney − Spirit of Justice’ to Android, and you can grab it today for $19.99
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney − Spirit of Justice was recently released on Android by Capcom. It is the latest entry in the Ace Attorney courtroom visual novel series of games, and a port of the original 3DS version. Luckily the controls work well, thanks to most of them being designed for play on a touchscreen. You can expect at least 35 hours of gameplay and reviews have been overly positive.
Monetization: $19.99 / no ads / no IAPs
There are no “Objections.” to the latest entry in the Ace Attorney series. Join Phoenix Wright and Apollo Justice as they tackle cases at home and abroad. With a colorful cast of characters, including the return of fan-favorite Maya Fey, this full-length game is packed to the brim with all-new mysteries and unforgettable courtroom drama.
Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story
Android Police coverage: Accidental Queens’ ‘A Normal Lost Phone’ was an awesome game, and now there’s a sequel
Another Lost Phone is the sequel to Accidental Queens’ first Lost Phone title. It is a more polished release than the original, but it still contains all of the phone searching mechanics that made the first so memorable. Mainly you dig through a virtual representation of someone’s lost phone, and it is your job to try and identify them in order to return the device.