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Corporate Assassin

rated 3.93 / 5 stars
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Apr 5, 2012 | 2:59 PM EDT

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Assassin Victory 10 Points Win with the assassin role.
Boss Victory 10 Points Win with the boss role.
The Traitor 25 Points Win with the assassin role without executing the boss.
The Detective 50 Points Win with the boss role after one meeting.

Author Comments

Choose either the "Boss" or "Assassin" role and build trust with other members. Execute the person with the other role by getting everyone else to lose trust in them.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ahhh... it might just be the nostolgia, but I love this game. You can do so many things to influence people, and it always feels like a race agianst the clock... It can also create some funny moments, when everyone thinks one person is the assasin, and then they say they aren't, instantly everyone agrees with them. I love this game!

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

Gameplay is tedious, repetitive and makes little sense. I accused the assassin for dozens of turns but no matter how much i insisted or supported/gained trust of other players, it didn't matter. what a waste of time.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

love it mate

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Truly a unique, interesting game. Offers simplistic gameplay that can be played hours. Though the graphics aren't superb, the gameplay makes up for it entirely.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Corporate Assassin is a fun little game, where you have one basic, yet hard goal: To find out, who is the assassin from your crew. You can't trust anybody on this thrilling game, as every time, a meeting ends, something unexpected will happen.

The game itself is a nice little time waster, especially when it's early night, the weather is rainy, your Internet connection is bad and your whole neighborhood is asleep, excluding you.
Graphics aren't really something special, just some casual 8-bit stylish ones, which remind me i.e of Home or Deep Sleep. The music is nice and relaxing, fitting perfectly with the game. Only problem is the number/Trust system, as it gets really messy sometimes.

Overall: Corporate Assassin deserves way more attention. It's such a simple looking game with such unique idea.

5 picos and 4.5 stars.

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