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Judas

Judas

Action, Adventure, Casual, Indie
Judas is an atmospheric psychological horror experience. Accidentally trapped in an apartment complex, you face dark paranormal events that push you to escape as fast as possible; yet, fleeing is not an option.
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Judas is an atmospheric psychological horror experience. Accidentally trapped in an apartment complex, you face dark paranormal events that push you to escape as fast as possible; yet, fleeing is not an option.
buy 2.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date18 января 2017 г.
DevelopersStudio48
PublishersMeridian4
OSWindows
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • OS: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: Intel Quad-Core (q8300)
  • Memory: 2 MB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 400 series or AMD Radeon HD 6000 series, 1GB Video Card (Minimum Shader Model 2.0)
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
Recommended
  • OS: XP, Vista, 7, 8 - (64 Bit), 10
  • Processor: Intel Quad-Core (i5 2300) or AMD Octo-Core (FX 8150)
  • Memory: 4 MB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 660Ti or greater, AMD Radeon HD 7950 or greater, 2GB Video Card (Minimum Shader Model 2.0)
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers

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Description

Not all accidents are accidental. The supernatural 'inhabitants' never want you to leave and have other plans for you. Playing with the past can cost you everything.

  • Intense psychological tension
  • Immersive audio experience
  • Gloomy story-rich atmosphere
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Judas19.01.2017

I'm going to play this again tomorrow & note down everything that annoyed me about this, so this will likely get more terse tomorrow; peep the Screenshots for some of the annoyances. I don't recommend it for most people, I half recommend it for those who are diehards for seeing where a game can just barely fail at pretty much every aspect of control & puzzle mechanics, sound design; the total package, it gave me the weirdest sense that it had effort behind all of it & it just wasn't playtested by somebody easily annoyed by this sort of stuff like me (where is the TaskRabbit for playtesting). Anyway, part of a review. I can see where this tried, but I more often saw where it failed. - It opens by telling you to press Tab to check your objectives, you can only do this in the first level, every other level you do have objectives but TAB doesn't do anything. - You have a finite sprint, but never get chased by something & you have to go up & down stairs a few times; there isn't a reason to have finite sprint in the game & it does the awful head wobble while sprinting. - The soundtrack is a loop of contextless horror tropes (doors creaking opening, a baby crying, a woman screaming, a man being angry, a cat meowing angrily, a fire), sometimes it syncs up & is quite atmospheric but mostly it just feels cheap for a game that bills itself as atmospheric to use contextless audio. - The notes are badly translated (some are funny bad & it isn't even really a problem because the story is pretty standard indie horror fare & you'll figure out the notes that lead to puzzles because there are very few areas to actually go) - The puzzles suffer from bugged hitboxes or just garbage pixel hunt nonsense, one of the puzzles has you collect scraps of a painting in order to form the full painting on the wall & then you click it to trigger a cutscene; I repeated this four times & only twice did I actually get the hand icon to trigger the cutscene despite being in the same spot. - Prior to that, you get directed to a trapdoor, the trapdoor doesn't have an opening animation (but a puzzle box later on does), so you just click through a closed door & a note appears; what you can't tell is that further to the right, there is a key that you need to click on but can't see because it is hidden under a trapdoor texture. A few places in this game like with the TAB for tasks & some obects having animations while others don't, it feels like a game of half completed ideas/mechanics. - You get locked in a bathroom & open a meter box where you have to pick up a notepad, but unlike all the other interactable objects so far where you press E, this one you have to left click. Then you have to find 8 barely distinguishably different white tiles to collect a code for the locked box that actually animates opening. This is the worst, slowest part of the game unless you have way better visual acquity than me; apart from being a boring puzzle, it just stops any sense of pacing the game had. I'll finish this up tomorrow, but for now, while this isn't the worst thing I've reviewed lately & it does show effort, it needs a bunch more effort from here to even be a mid-tier indie horror game on Steam & for $6, mid-tier is the least it should be shooting for.

Unique Dingo
Unique Dingo
I don't recommend
Judas06.06.2017

From Studio 48, the same publisher/developer responsible for Locked-In Syndrome, comes their second horror title, Judas. About 95% of the gameplay takes place inside of a small apartment location, where the player is tasked with solving puzzles in order to both escape, and figure out the horrific events that unfolded within. There is little guidance to help the player along the way, which may cause some to feel frustrated at the difficulty of the enigmas. It's a stark contrast to their previous title, where the puzzle solutions were too easy to find. However, since most of the game takes place in a small room, it's not too hard to figure out what to do next. Rather than opting for creepy background music, the developer has used a series of sound effects such as screams, doors opening and slamming shut, and other eerie sounds to try to create a tense atmosphere. It doesn't really work too well, but the effort is there to some degree. The story, although sub-par, has rather grim subject matter. If you were a victim of child abuse, then Judas may not be the game for you. It centers around a father who drastically hurt his daughter, and his wife. I won't go in to anymore detail here, as doing so would spoil the remainder of the game, and the plot itself is paper thin to begin with. The graphics aren't terrible, but they're not high quality; it's easy to tell that this is a very low budget title. Though it's not a strong recommendation, Judas isn't necessarily a terrible game, it's just low budget. The developer did put in some moderate effort to the game, and did end up releasing a patch to fix the crashing issues that it suffered from in the beginning; although their presence is absent from the forums. There are some pretty cool horror effects, but don't expect to be scared out of your pants while playing Judas. Lasting just over half an hour, the game isn't worth the $3.29 asking price, but if you can catch it on sale it's worth picking up if you're short on horror games to play. [h1]Rating: [b]2.0/5.0[/b] It's not bad, but it's not great.[/h1] The Horror Network [url=http://store.steampowered.com/curator/28221963/]Curator[/url] | [url=http://steamcommunity.com/groups/thehorrornetwork]Group[/url] Click for Gore

Legislative Chickadee
Legislative Chickadee
I recommend
Judas20.01.2017

This "game" is a joke. Everything this game tries to do just falls flat and hard on its' face. I don't know how these sorts of games get past Greenlight and they don't belong on Steam. This game should be FREE! I noticed the game dropped in price from the 7$ that I paid to the now 4$. I don't understand why people are giving the game positive reviews when the game is broken and boring. The game has a single jumpscare and it's not a very good one. The story doesn't exist, or if it does I didn't undertand it because of how badly translated the game is. The game needs a lot of work, but the devs are too busy making trading cards for the game. Here is a full playthrough of this garbage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdyeVIlT_Bk

Just Crocodile
Just Crocodile
I don't recommend
Judas28.09.2022

I wanted to record a video and I ended up deleting all of the footage. This game is SOOO HARD to navigate and you literally wander around until you accidentally just hover over what you need to do. I will not be recommending this game to people who stream or record. I spent money on this game and I kind of wish I listened to the reviews before purchasing... Also the sounds are TERRIBLE, it's a constant loop of the same 6 sounds. BIG NO!

Tense Porpoise
Tense Porpoise
I don't recommend
Judas01.12.2022

dont play this game its he most garbage game ive ever played, would refund the movement is hell eye cancer

Tragic Camel
Tragic Camel
I don't recommend
Judas04.08.2017

Side-ways thumb! Not a bad game aside from the fact that it made me puke. Minor spoilers have been blacked out. This was a really tough one to get through because I am easily motion sick and there is no toggle for the head bob. I've said it in my other reviews and I'll say it again: Head Bob NEEDS to have a toggle!! My other gripe is that one of the puzzles required me to [spoiler]search every single tile in a bathroom. Mousing over each tile slowly and carefully to painstakingly piece together a code.[/spoiler] It was terrible and only served to make me more nauseous. Aside from those problems, the spooks were decent(until I noticed that all the audio was on loop) and the story was solid. I was a little confused by the ending but that's ok. [spoiler]Was I dead too? Did I adopt the little girl ghost? Was I the father all along?[/spoiler] All in all, this is a semi-creepy game that would probably get a much better review from somebody who doesn't get sick as easily. I think the price is tiny bit steep for what I got. I would drop it down to $1.99. :P

Favourite Butterfly
Favourite Butterfly
I recommend
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