Aviary Attorney is an adventure game starring animals in our world, or something like that. Attorney Monsieur Falcon is looking to deliver justice in the courthouse, but to do so he needs to pick up evidence, and make the right decisions to find the culprit.
This is how developers Sketchy Logic pitch the story:
The year is 1848. Paris is on the brink of yet another revolution, and the prisons are overflowing with guilty and innocent alike.
In the dusty and neglected Aviary Attorney legal offices, Jayjay Falcon and Sparrowson receive a lucrative offer. Bourgeoisie kitten Caterline Demiaou has been accused of murder, and the Demiaou estate are willing to pay a sizable sum for a defense lawyer who can claim a Not Guilty verdict. Falcon will surely take on the case, but is somebody conspiring to stop him?
The whole thing is a PC game, for Mac and Windows, that’ll be on Steam if possible, otherwise only as a DRM free download. Aviary Attorney certainly has a lovely style to it, shown best in the campaign video.
There are numerous great perks, such as additional soundtrack and an illustrated guide. If you like you can get just the game at a very affordable £7.
Favorite perk (£25)
In addition to a digital copy of the game and a digital soundtrack, you will receive a digital copy of “the History of Aviary Attorney”. This illustrated guide will extensively detail everything about the characters, locations, music, and historical events portrayed throughout the game.