Middle Manager of Justice

Middle Manager of Justice

(18415 ratings)

Appears in 16 channels

  • Downloads:
    500,000 - 1,000,000
  • Last update
    Sep 13, 2013

Middle Manager of Justice Reviews

  • T. Fergason

    T. Fergason

    Reviewed in Best of 2013

    Best simulation game 2013. Diner Dash and other simulation games let you live the life of a minimum-wage employee. Why would you want to do that when you can manage your own team of super heroes?

  • Lloyd Bobby

    Lloyd Bobby

    Reviewed in Game Hut

    Fight for Justice!

  • Cory Roberts

    Cory Roberts

    Reviewed in Fun and beautiful games 5k+ and less installs

    Another Android game by Double Fine! The animation style seems like a Cartoon Network show and the game is an action RPG. The story has Double Fine's usual charm and should be good for some laughs.

  • Danny


    Reviewed in The Most Awesome Android Games

    Manage superhoeres: Send them training, let them fight bosses and other enemies. Equip them, train them and level them up. Well done!

  • Fitz


    Reviewed in Better Android Games Suggestions

    It tries to be funny and light-hearted with an attempt at decent gameplay while failing to be excellent--but such is life as a middle manager. The two minute countdowns for players to resolve crimes or disasters is a travesty (failing to do so results in negative relations to certain city districts and the reputation of your hero franchise--I agree with this) and the necessity for the advancement of heroes stats means the in-game currencies are consumed quickly. This results in disaster if quick micromanagement is not your forte. A nice solution is to resort to IAP microtransactions to ease player problems but to be fair to myself I do not enjoy spending too much time to play something 'til 3 in the morning. I hate situations like that. C+

  • Ivan Spasenovic

    Ivan Spasenovic

    Reviewed in Best Games of 2013

    "Middle Manager of Justice is a super funny game with awesome gameplay running behind it -- that shouldn't be surprising, seeing as it came from Double Fine." - Evan Wade