Deal of the Day - Law and Order: Celebrity Betrayal

By Kevin Michaluk on 27 Sep 2009 01:29 pm EDT
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Here's a Deal of the Day for all the Law & Order fans out there... this one isn't available for the Storm unfortunately, but until midnight CST tonight you can grab Law & Order: Celebrity Betrayal for $2.99 - that's 40% off it's regular $4.99 price tag. Here's the app description:

Become the newest member of the Law & Order team! Play through an original storyline, investigate the scenes, break leads and interact with cast members like Lieutenant Anita Van Buren and Executive ADA Jack McCoy, who will help with your investigation. Then, use the evidence collected during the trial and see what the verdict will be. Become immersed in both the crime-solving and trial experiences and feel as though you have taken part in a Law & Order episode!

Solve the murder of an international pop star! Play first as a detective and question witnesses, examine scenes and collect evidence. Once you've made an arrest, continue the game as an Assistant District Attorney and take your case to trial. Make objections and select evidence carefully to win the case. Features:

  • Interact with your favorite cast members from the real show.
  • Play through a variety of user interfaces: Collect and catalogue evidence, interrogate suspects, and prove your case in court.
  • Unlockable mini-games like Warrant Race, Coffee Run, Case Overload, and Takeout Dash add fun elements and replay value.
  • Multiple ending scenarios.
  • Play with or without tutorial.
  • Game automatically saves your progress so you can resume a case where you left off.

I haven't had a chance to play this one yet, but Concrete Software typically makes solid BlackBerry games. If you want to take advantage of the savings and give it a go, be sure to report back in the comments with your thoughts on it.

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Reader comments

Deal of the Day - Law and Order: Celebrity Betrayal


If only they made one affiliated with "The Wire" then I'd buy without hesitation. Law & Order is a classic series though.

Made the purchase but it overcharged at full price. Emailed company. Game looks great, will see what Customer Support is like.

I'm a bit disappointed you only geet one case though. It seems like they could have atleast added another seeing as this doesn't take more than 15 mins to go through the one level and then your either start over or your done.

This game is ok. It's a bit complicated in the Courtroom aspect if you don't actually have a background in atleast a little law. It's a solid game, I don't know that I would buy it again knowing everything I know about it though.

Picked this up last night.
1. was billed FULL price! Should I really waste time with customer support over $2? Hmm... on principle I should, but realistically I probably wont.
2. the game itself is not really worth it, IMHO. A bit repetitive, and not really challenging. Was done in like 15 mins, and that was pretty much it.

I might as well have lost $5 on the sidewalk!