Enforcer: Police Crime Action
Release Date: 24 Oct, 2014
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3990 points
Average review

About the Game

While on duty you’ll need to remain ever vigilant and question any suspicious behaviour to protect your small American town from a rising criminal threat. Off duty you’ll need to visit friends, family and live life to its fullest. Your actions while at work and home affect your stress levels. If you spend too much time fighting crime, you will be under severe pressure that will affect your ability to uphold the law.

You’ll need to question witnesses, administer breathalyser tests, block off roads for city events, site mobile speed cameras and pursue fleeing criminals on foot and in one of the specially designed police vehicles.


  • Rise through the ranks to take on more dangerous missions
  • Career mode with an optional realistic difficulty that includes permanent death
  • Fight crime while on duty and manage your social life while off duty
  • Four police squad vehicles to unlock and drive while on duty
  • Five different camera modes while driving squad car
  • Citizens of Mountain Valley can behave suspiciously. Stay ever vigilant to spot danger
  • Perform breathalyser tests
  • Talk with citizens of Mountain Valley to discover the location of fleeing criminals
  • Run vehicle checks (broken lights, illegal plates, expired licenses etc)
  • Order vehicles to pull over
  • Exercise speed calming measures by placing speed cameras
  • Place traffic cones to block off roads
  • Force entry into a house by kicking the door down, requesting a warrant or you could just try and knock politely
  • Arrest anybody but suffer the consequences for abusing your power
  • Own a house and decorate the interior by purchasing fridges, TVs beds, floor rugs etc. 
  • Buy your own vehicle while off duty and explore the town
  • Manage your hunger levels by purchasing food
  • You can manage your stress control by performing actions including watching television, taking a nap or having a shower
  • More than 200 different variants of missions to complete


  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 2GHz or equivalent
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512 MB memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
Mac OS X
  • OS: OS X 10.7 and above
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 2GHz or equivalent
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512 MB memory
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
March 11, 2016
Few words about the game
Enforcer: Police Crime Action is a a game that shows complete opposite side of GTA series - the righteous side of the law. You're in control of policeman, starting your career from the very bottom of it, showing us with lots of details how does the average life of law-enforcement officers looks like.

+ Good, quite uniqe concept of game
+ Absorbing gameplay with tons of various missions and events
+ Sounds are done quite well and voicing of characters is predominantly very good, big "+" for it
+ Control over your characters, whether on foot or by car, is bit weird yet very responsive
+ Map is impressive thanks to its size and diversity

- Mechanics and physics of game are horribly... stiff I would say. There is almost no smoothness anywhere you look around
- Graphics are kinda not satisfying as for 2014 release
- After few in-game days, it forces you to be always on duty as things that are out there to do are really limitet
- Buggy and glitchy as all hell

Game is obviously highly unpolished but devs are constantly coming out with new updates to it, fixing quite alot of issues (when I watched footage from about 1 year ago, game was in really, really worse state), but still, in my opinion it should be in Early Access right now. Yet after all, game is interesting, I might even say that it's bit addictive once you'll get sucked into it, I would love to see even more refined version of it. Even with all this negativity towards game and developpers, I do recommend trying it out. It's interesting and entertaining and belive me, thanks to "unfinished" state of game, it's even more fun than you would think it is!