Developer Straandlooper Animation announces work on ‘Senseless Acts of Justice’ is finished

Posted By | On 03rd, Aug. 2011

Straandlooper Animation have announced that the follow up to point and click comedy adventure game ‘Hector: Badge of Carnage Episode 1 – We Negotiate with Terrorists’ has been fully developed. ‘Hector: Badge of Carnage Episode 2 – Senseless Acts of Justice’ has gone gold and will be released worldwide on iPhone, iPad, PC & Mac this Autumn.

Here’s some information about the game as given by the devs:

A poor advertisement for law enforcement, and also known as the ‘Fast Arse of the Law’, Detective Inspector Hector is a flawed anti-hero with a taste for sleaze, corruption and lashings of curry sauce. ‘Hector: Badge of Carnage Episode 2 – Senseless Acts of Justice’ sees our anti-hero hunting a psychopath and pulled down a twisted trail of meat, sin, sleaze, and more meat. The new game promises to be even more crude and distasteful than the first in the series.

The adventure introduces gamers to a whole host of new environments and colourful characters from the world of Clappers Wreake – the crime-ridden town in the armpit of Great Britain. “Hector: Badge of Carnage Episode 1 – We Negotiate with Terrorists’ saw Inspector Hector forced to carry out a terrorist’s demands which involved porn shops, fake drugs and donating to charity.

We have made every effort to ensure Hector sinks even deeper into a pit of inappropriateness as the series unfolds” says joint MD of Straandlooper Animation, Richard Morss. “Episode 2 sees Hector really coming into his own as he plumbs new depths in depravity, degradation and political incorrectness.”

‘Hector: Badge of Carnage Episode 2 – Senseless Acts of Justice’ features almost twice the gameplay as the original game as Straandlooper have attempted to create the funniest, crudest and most distasteful point & click adventure game ever.


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