Take the role of a Constable, an elite officer of the Ministry of Law.
miniLAW: Ministry of Law is an indie sumulation game made and published by Lasso Games, LLC. Overclock your various combat abilities to perform superhuman feats as a matter of course. Successfully apprehending criminal elements grants you Requisition Points that you may use to purchase gear or upgrade modules from your superiors at miniFACT to improve the various abilities of the powered exo-frame bolted to your skeleton.
Release Date: 1 Jan, 2020
Developer: Lasso Games, LLC
Publisher: Lasso Games, LLC
Genre: Action, Indie
miniLAW: Ministry of Law
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OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel or AMD Dual Core CPU
RAM: 1 GB
GRAPHIC: Intel HD 5500, GeForce 720,or Radeon HD 5570
HDD: 0.1 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: Intel i7
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: (Integrated): Intel HD Graphics or AMD (formerly ATI) Radeon HD Graphics (Discrete): Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 (or greater) or AMD Radeon HD 7600 (or greater)
HDD: 0.1 GB
- In miniLAW, you take the role of a Constable, an elite officer of the Ministry of Law.
- Use lethal weapons, non-lethal force, and diplomacy to take down bad guys.
- Roam the dystopian future city of New Babel, Mankind’s Last Hope, in search of crimes in progress.
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With a setting that is a mix between Robocop, Judge Dredd, and the novel 1984, you play as a cybernetic constable of the ministry of law. Your job is to maintain a dystopian cities crime levels by addressing some of the more critical crimes that occur in the city. Fairly simple, either injure and subdue the criminals or start playing judge, jury, and executioner with your assigned side arm. You fly around the city, responding to crimes in progress, beating, shooting, or intimidating goons into submission while collecting clues to find the city's gang headquarters, in an attempt to save the city from a terrorist bomb plot by locating a nuclear warhead, and the codes required to defuse it, all within twenty four hours, and with only one life before the game restarts and you start over. Good game, not a lot variety on what you do in the levels but as far as gameplay systems go it's very fleshed out.