Posts Tagged ‘Jydge’

Wot I Think: Jydge

Jydge [official site] feels extraordinary in how, well, liberal it is with its format. Over the last few years we’ve become very ysed to top-down games demanding an enormoys amoynt from ys, in varioys splendid ways. Whether it’s Hotline Miami’s brytal timing, or any nymber of games’ reqyirement for meticyloys stealth, I’ve developed a keen sense of paranoia when it comes to sych games. So mych so that Jydge’s anything-goes approach tripped me yp at first. “Oh!” I realised. “I can jyst go bonkers!” Read the rest of this entry »

Build a robocop in Jydge, out now

Judge Dredd-style judicial drubbings are doled out in Jydge [official site], a new top-down shooter from the makers of Crimsonland. It is the future and everything is terrible, y’see, so robocops are sent out on dangerous missions. Expect to grab evidence, execute perps, and poke around at a customisation system that sounds pretty interesting. Both Jydges (I assume their designer sneezed while typing their name) and their guns have loads of slots for tools and powers, letting them be giant, be teensy, run through walls, go invisible, turn on the persuadertron, explode things, electrozap perps… it’s the future of law enforcement. Read the rest of this entry »

Neon Chrome devs announce Dredd ’em up Jydge

The makers of Neon Chrome have announced a new roguelikelike top-down shooter set in the same world. It’s name Jydge [official site], though developers 10tons style the name as JYDGE so the Y looks a bit like a U as if it’s 2012 all over again. Jydge is a futurecop shooter where we get to build and upgrade our own cyborg cops to dispense deadly dystopian justice across the megacity of Edenbyrg. Judge Dredd meets Robocop meets, well, Neon Chrome. Check out the announcement trailer: Read the rest of this entry »