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|platform:||Online, web brouser|
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Ever fancied becoming a master criminal? Well torn city is here to give you that chance. This is a multiplayer online rpg game set in a crumbling suburban concrete jungle where crooks, slum lords, hackers and muggers rule the day.
Create your character, then choose how they develope. Doing crimes will level up your character, however what you do with your levels is entirely your business. You might decide to take self-defense courses at the local gym and become the top brawler in the neighberhood, or perchice a Pc and try your hand at cyber crime.
Alternatively you could get a comparatively honest job working for one of the other players' shops, stores or clubs, with the eventual goal of owning your own business, ----- corruption and protection rackits deffinately included!
The game is also one for the competitive, sinse though you can perform crimes, the best way to advance is attack other players, indeed you can also join a large number of gangs to engage in full scale gang wars or take on organized crimes. Fail at an attack or a crime (or get attacked offline), and you'll be beaten up or jailed, however neither of these is a particularly long lasting state and rarely causes problems. Indeed, your various statistics such as nerve and energy that let you perform crimes or ffight other players refill at a rather fast rate (especially with a premium account), making this not a game you have to wait hours to play.
It's not just all crimes and fighting though. You can also play a large variety of casino games to earn cash, or get yourself a sooped up roadster and compete in motor races. After certain levels of the game, other activities such as owning businesses, carrying out missions, or traveling from torn city to other areas of the world become open to you as well. The game is also continually expanding with new content and occasional give aways or competitions too.
Accessibility wise, everything is fairly routine web brouser stuff, so no troubles with a screen reader. The game does however occasionally flash up a set of captchas each with their own system and its own method for solving it. Currently, the best solution is the "text captcha beta" system, which provides a multiple choice question with a list of clickable items; usually these include things such as adding 2 and 2, or being asked which in the list of clickable items is most likely to be a first name, and other such logical and easy enough to answer questions. All other game images appear labled as well, so all you need to worry bout are the hoards of gangsters, crooks, hoods and hoodlums wandering around the Torn city.
Updates: entry 25 Jan 17 and description 25 Jan 17