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Not only do you get to play as after character development Miles freaking Edgeworth at the very end, (which is extremely awesome by the way) but it includes 4 of the very best, deeply interconnected fancases the Ace Attorney fangame community could ask for. Not to mention the introduction of one of the coolest (and scariest) villains in or out of the official series, Lyle Hemlock.
It was a tough choice choosing between this and The Contempt of Court for the #1 spot. But in the end, I think it just barely beats out Conflict of Interest as the best Ace Attorney fangame, which hopefully says a lot about The Contempt of Court because of just how good this fangame is. This was the first Ace Attorney fangame I ever played, and I have to say that it pretty much exceeded all my expectations. The characters are good, almost all the cases are great, and the new main prosecutor Obadiah Williamson is amazing! The fourth case, Turnabout Consequences, is by far the best case in entire the game, even better than the finale. Not only is it incredibly dark (even by Ace Attorney standards) but it tackles a heavy character conflict not really brought up or mentioned at all in the official series. And all I have to say is, poor, poor, Pearly...
A completely separate stand alone fangame heavily based off the Ace Attorney format, while having you play as the prosecution for a change. Just the amount of time and effort put into this one by itself is impressive.
Works as a good unofficial fifth case to Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney of sorts. With a fitting ominous soundtrack and subtly disturbing mystery to boot, this is one of the few Ace Attorney fangames that managed to genuinely unnerve me.
Too bad the fourth and final case hasn't been completed yet, because Trials After Justice does a great job at recreating the original trilogy's classic charming format of searching for the truth with Maya Fey close at your side while you fight to defend your client. Not only do you get to PLAY as her in the first case as the defense, which is both awesome and hilarious, but the new prosecutor, ex-Navy Lieutenant Luis Hawk is a pretty great inclusion to it all as well. I also like the third case Turnabout Daredevil and how both Phoenix and Luis are so innocent they can't even mention the word breasts...
A single fancase set after the events of Spirit of Justice and a alternate universe from Duel Destinies. (If that even makes sense as Spirit of Justice comes after.)
A crossover fangame with the RWBY web series. It's actually much better than it sounds.
Takes place in an alternate opposite universe of sorts where Edgeworth is a rookie defense attorney instead of a prosecutor.
Another stand alone fangame heavily based off the original Ace Attorney format.
A collection of fancases based off the infamous, (so bad it's good) Ace Attorney troll fics written by the misunderstood, brilliant fanfiction author Jakkid166.
Absolutely hilarious troll case.