Outlaws

Creatures theme

Includes mostly unorganized outlaws or others who partake in criminal activities (or behaves like one in a place with no laws to mark them as outlaws).

284
games
48
platforms

Alternate names: Thieves, Ruffians, Scoundrels, Raiders, Highwaymen, Bandits

The first video game about Outlaws was released in 1984.

Deep Silver, Bethesda Softworks and Ubisoft has published most of these games

Note that many titles used for outlaws are vague on the regard of actually being criminal. For example: rogues, vagabonds, and others do not strictly mean they're lawbreakers, but the popular depictions have them as highway robbers, thieves, and such. Other terms should be used for these to better describe them if the proper meanings are used (e.g. drifters, nonconformists, vagrants, or such).

This also covers characters who behave like criminals in a place where there's no system of laws in place, commonly robbers/thieves, murderers, blackmailers, etc.
Children:
* Gangs

Related:
* Stealing NPCs

Parent group

NPC occupations

Child groups

Gangsters, Thieves, Outlaw protagonist, Pirates, Gangs

compare with these groups

Platforms

Windows 110
Linux 33
X360 22
PS3 21
Mac OS X 14
MS-DOS 8
C64 5
MSX 5
PS2 5
NES 3
Xbox 3
Android 3
ZX Spectrum 3
Mac OS Classic 3
OS/2 3
Arcade 2
GameCube 2
PS4 2
N64 2
Apple II E 2
BSD 2
Atari ST 2
Amiga 2
3DS 2
Amstrad CPC 2
BeOS 1
Atari 400/800 1
GBA 1
Internet Only 1
SNES 1

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