Beholder for Android


May 16, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Creative Mobile
Content Rating: Teen


A totalitarian State controls every aspect of private and public life. Laws are oppressive. Surveillance is total. Privacy is dead. You are the State-installed manager of an apartment building. Your daily routine involves making the building a sweet spot for tenants, who will come and go. However, that is simply a facade that hides your real mission... The State has appointed you to SPY ON YOUR TENANTS! Your primary task is to covertly watch your tenants and eavesdrop on their conversations. You must BUG their apartments while they're away, SEARCH their belongings for whatever can threaten the authority of the State, and PROFILE them for your superiors. You must also REPORT anyone capable of violating the laws or plotting subversive activities against the State to the authorities. What will you do with the information you collect? Will you report the suspicious activities of a father and orphan his children? Or will you withhold the details about his illegal activities and give him a chance to make things right? You may also choose to blackmail him to acquire the money your family desperately needs.

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Dan N. ScarboroughDec 16, 2018
We would lie if we said that Beholder is a bad game, but it is undoubtedly overshadowed by permeating feeling of dread and despair which makes the gameplay exhausting and depressing. We understand that not all games are supposed to be happy-go-lucky, but the experience of overcoming the game should make you feel satisfied. Unfortunately, Beholder is not that kind of the game.
Tre LawrenceMay 31, 2017
It all makes for a compelling adventure, allowing players to be all they can be… or not. In the end, it’s greatest attribute is that it might actually allow folks to forget it’s just a “game.” Oh dear…