This is the Police 2, the critically acclaimed strategy game, was just ported for mobile. Available on both Android and iOS, new audiences can now get acquainted with this title that has won over PC and Nintendo Switch crowds. Seen as the game enables the player to be “The LAW!” it is definitely at least to be appealing for Smartphone gameplay, as its Steam reviews are Mostly Positive.
Developed by Weappy Studio, This is the Police 2 game uses a minimalistic approach in terms of appearance to enable other qualities to shine through, like the games brilliant drama and narrative. Weappy Studio’s sole focus is on the game and its predecessor, along with Rebel Cops game set to be released on September 17, 2019. Published by THQ Nordic, the game now comes on mobile devices and it should be interesting to experience the epic dialogues between the characters, as the trailer demonstrates:
The gameplay shown demonstrates the turn-based tactical method this game uses in its presentation. It will be familiar to players who have played the predecessor, but This is the Police 2 mobile naturally has its own innovations and features expanded mechanics. The players will not only get to take on cases, take down criminals, and practice shooting in the shooting range, but they will also have access to a brilliant and innovative drama aspect of the game. Additionally, they will also manage where their cops eat as Rocky’s Fingers Café offers the best fast food in town.
This game mixes elements of strategy with adventure and management nicely and creates this unique blend of excitement from action paired with a rewarding experience of management and tactical strategy. As mentioned, This is the Police 2 enjoyed positive reviews all around and its ‘harsh and gritty’ storytelling was praised the most. Also, the game is said to provide a real challenge as it features a somewhat notorious difficulty. All in all, it is a well thought out concept that pairs several gaming genres in a smart way and oils it all with a ‘deep crime story about corruption, hate, and violence’ as the developers say it themselves.