Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney for macOS

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney for macOS

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney for macOS

Another anticipated game called Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney for macOS is finally here. This 2019 visual novel adventure video game is developed and also published by Capcom. The story is following Phoenix Wright who is a rookie defense attorney trying to have his clients declared ”not guilty”. So you control him during investigations as well as courtroom trials. Ready?

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney for macOS gameplay


As we said, in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney for macOS, you assume the role of Phoenix Wright while he attempts to defend his clients in five different cases. It is important to mention that these cases are played in a certain order. But after you finish them, you are allowed to re-play them in any order. Another thing is each case starts with an opening cinematic cutscene that is showing a murder. Next you are given the task to defend the prime suspect in that case. While playing you will notice the gameplay contains two sections, one is about investigations and the other one is about courtroom trials.

You will notice that during investigations, which happens before or between trial sessions, you gather information and also evidence. You do so by have conversations with characters: clients, witnesses and the police, too. It’s fun that you are able to move a cursor in order to examine various things in the environment. If you use the menu, you can move to a number of locations, examine evidence and present what you found to other characters.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney for macOS REQUIREMENTS

• RAM: 4 GB
• Free Disk Space: 30 GB
• OS X Version: 10.10 & up
• Processor: i5

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney for macOS DOWNLOAD

Direct Download     Torrent Download

The game is available to download via two different methods. Both are up and working, torrent is faster and direct is the simpler method. Once downloaded, extract game folder from .dmg file and enjoy it.


More Game Details:

At some point, you must answer questions from the judge, the witnesses or even the prosecutor. This happens through a multiple-choice answer selection or by showing evidence that are supporting Wright’s claims. You will see a number of exclamation marks on the screen and when you present an incorrect piece of evidence, one exclamation mark is going to disappear. Be careful because if all the exclamation marks are gone, it means that your client is found guilty.