If you ever wanted to manage your own colony in the dark times of a post-apocalyptic era, make sure to watch out for Judgment: Apocalypse Survival Simulation by Suncrash. If you couldn’t tell from the first sentence or its title, you are placed in the apocalypse with not much to go with other than the salvages from mankind’s burning past. To make things worse, it’s a demon apocalypse and it’s your duty to rebuild society as much as possible while pushing the demons back to where they came from.
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To become a proud owner of this fantasy post-apocalyptic game click on the Download button at the end of this review. If you don’t like the game and you get it from Steam you can return the downloaded files. All the rules of the process are governed by the Steam policy. There are also downloadable cheats and trainers which will facilitate the game for you making you invincible, giving unlimited energy, no hunger, and ultra fast leveling. The question is whether it makes sense to ruin the fun this way. I think: no.
Judgment: Apocalypse Survival Simulation Review
In the game, you build your base with randomly generated worlds for replayability value. If you just happen to die a lot, you and your survivors must learn to survive and strengthen yourselves at all costs to prevent mankind from facing complete annihilation. You will research lost technology hidden in the remains of society, use your own dark magic against the demons, and make sure to stay alive in your own camp.
The game closely resembles the popular Rebuild series and many popular post-apocalyptic colony simulation games but Judgement has its own flair to set it apart. First and foremost, it’s not zombies that you go up against (I don’t know about you but that’s a first for me in this genre) so it gives it a fresh breather it terms of story or content. Speaking of which, because its full release was recent, expect more updates to come making the game more complete than it is now. Moving on, the artistic style finds a mix between realism and rough sketch style art which really brings out the eerie mood of the game at times keeping you on your toes.
Coming back to the Rebuild mention, gameplay aspects such as traveling between areas and many micromanaging aspects may seem familiar but Judgement definitely feels more interactive within its game with more player control during battles and within the colony itself. At times, it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to call it an RTS game completely. That being said, the game is fairly challenging even towards the “end-game” to keep players interested throughout the gameplay. So many elements being poured into the game makes for an enjoyable experience as it’s not always you have to be micromanaging back at the colony or always have to be crafting but instead finds the correct balance to enjoy any part at any time.
For those looking to add to their collection of colony sims such as I, definitely do so as Judgement has so much to promise if executed in the future well and even as is it is a great game that will keep you for the long run. Check it out on Steam.