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Available on:PCFeb 25, 2020

Developer: Art Interactive

Publisher: Roman Loznevoy

Genres: RPG, Simulation

Femida - a nonlinear point-and-click indie game about justice where you play the role of a judge. Story-driven decision-based detective game experienced from a unique perspective. The videogame is set in a dystopian world of the State. The State has recently undergone a violent revolution and rapidly restructures. In a year, it transitioned from a totalitarian regime and now struggles to establish a republic. Provisional Government lustrated most of the public servants so the capital needs fresh blood. You win the Labor Lottery to work at Metropolis(pretend you read these names for the first time), the capital of the State. The hero, Demian Mardoch, accepts the summon leaving countryside life with his wife and kids back in the Town. The transfer to Metropolis promises a fulfilling job, good money, and many opportunities. You were born there, your mother still resides in the capital and works for the government. But it's not the only reason you accepted the offer. Your father disappeared during the revolution and his fate is still unknown to this day. JUDGE & DETECTIVE The game has 2 layers: your job as a judge and your personal investigation into what happened to your father. Judge's duty The first layer is your job. This is NOT an accurate simulation of what a judge's job is. It is a fictionalized distillation of it. We didn't aim for realism, we want you to have fun doing it. Hero's duty The latter layer is about your investigation into the fate of your father. This part will look like a quest or... you can call it a visual novel. Not a weird one, we promise...or maybe not. FEATURES Do you like moral dilemmas and complicated decisions in games? How about a game filled with them? The story is tailored by your choices. Well, not really but there are from 4 to 7 endings depending on how you count. Only one good ending and it's a challenge to achieve it. Dark and puzzling plot with plenty of room for theorizing and guessing. You don't have to constantly suck up to different sides like in other similar games. The hero doesn't make conclusions on his own. The final call is always up to you. However, the hero has his own personality, so you perceive the world not objectively but through his eyes. Find your father. We know you liked a thousand plots about it before. Read the reactions to your sentences and learn what's happening in 3 newspapers, each with different points of view. The most trusted news sources in the State. Keep in touch in your family by writing letters. At least here she will text you first. You can call people using an oddly satisfying rotary dialer. Dating sim. You can cheat on your spouse and...something will happen. Try human flesh or become food for worms if you aren't careful. Old fashioned Quest/text adventure. NOT a visual novel, but maybe... Politically incorrect and dark humor. Original Judge Simulator. Femida was started back in 2016. Depressed mind suffering from a neurological condition produced this mysterious, at times horrifying, at times surreal, story. The game initially had no good ending, only later getting one and being only fully flashed out after recovering from the mental health issues.

Femida Critic Reviews

Femida is a game that had promise and an intriguing setting, but it's not explored well enough. It all seems superficial with characters that lack any depth and resolutions that feel incredibly rushed. It's not a great day when a judgment like this is passed.

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The only reason I finished this game is that I’m writing this review, and it’s not a long or hard game to finish. Femida tackles a few interesting subjects, but fails on its execution in nearly all regards. The Revolution couldn’t fix everything.

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Femida is a pretty unique approach to point-and-click games and some of the dialogues, especially in the Court, are smart and well written. On the other side, the game lacks a coherent rhythm in its storytelling and is plagued by some faults in game designing.

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Femida uses the tools of visual novels to carry out an interesting experiment: to become a judge, where we must judge, ask questions, investigate and much more. The game poses dilemmas that can be very interesting, but sometimes it takes itself too seriously, and the large number of spelling mistakes does not help.

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