Play as the Reaper working for your boss, Death, and send clients to Heaven, Hell, or Purgatory.
Peace, Death! is an indie simulation game made by AZAMATIKA. In this game, you play as the Reaper working for your boss, Death, in Apocalypse, Inc. You face a challenge: go through a trial period of seven weeks to get a permanent job and advance the interests of your employer. The more days you worked, the more events you have. Trainees’ phone calls, safes with smuggled goods, undercover agents of Paradox, kidnappers. They all pose some difficulties but help you to become the best in the biz. You need to examine each client’s feature to determine his, her, or its fate. There are more features every day and the game becomes more difficult.
Release Date: 24 March, 2017
Genre: Casual, Indie, Simulation
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel Pentium 2.9 Ghz or equivalent
- You need to examine each client’s feature to determine his, her, or its fate.
- These are unique events, they’re unexpected and rapid, so Reaper is pressed by time.
- Each week you will face a new event. The more days you worked, the more events you have.
- Each seventh day is a theme day. You’ll choose clients’ fate for a unique soundtrack corresponding to the spirit of the chosen theme.
- Horsemen tasks, funny clients’ phrases, lots of references and easter eggs, bonuses, penalties, very special clients ó all this will define your future as the Reaper determine the game ending!
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Peace, Death! Review
Peace, Death! is an arcade simulator with difficulties. You play as a Reaper who gets to dictate who gets into heaven and who must be sent to hell, and each passing day means there are more qualifiers that will exclude people from heaven. Keep up with the pace and funnel people into the correct elevators within the time limit and you'll earn enough money for food. The simplistic gameplay is appreciated, For what it is, But what at first seems simple soon gets harder when more elements are introduced. The people say hilarious comments from time to time, so it's best to stick around and read them while you can. Art-wise there are simply nothing worthy to complain about. The game has pretty nice color-palette, With nice pixel stylish looks. A very fun game. the idea is a lot like papers please where you have to decided where someone goes (in this case heaven or hell).