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Judgement day is possibly the most fully featured space invaders style game ever produced in an accessible form, ---- and certainly proof that any old formular can appear new and inivative with aenough creative effort.
In the year 2015, the world is devastated by a war with a powerful group calling themselves the supreme evil. Under their leader, the manic supreme commander Ather (pronounced Athear), their forces have taken over most of the world in a succession of crushing defeats. Eventually, the allies gather together and decide their best hope for victory is to build one huge defensive base in North america, armed with the best weapons their scientists can come up with, which will hopefully be able to defeat the commander and his hoards.
This is of course, where you come in, manning the weaponry of the base.
With a machine gun that constantly fiers, rockits which can take out tough targits in one shot, and a set of sky clearing nukes, the game certainly has plenty of weapons to play with. What's more, the machine gun constantly fires, so can perform strafing, while additional nukes and rockits may be manufactured by your base's staff, ---- assuming their not too busy reparing the hits you take to your defenses of course, ---- and keeping your defenses clear is rather a tricky proposition, given the number of rockits, randomly flying planes, highly armoured helicoptors and fiendish teleporting disablers which the supreme commander flings at you.
Should you get through his forces, you have several waves of super fast enemies, Ather's secret weapon the laser throwing Satellite, and the commander himself in his bomb chucking hovercraft to deal with.
Apart from these additions though, the truly fantastic thing about Judgement day is it's length of play. For completing certain challenges in the game, you recieve trophies. These can be as symple as completing the game on a given difficulty (though given the rather solid challenge at higher difficulties this certainly isn't that! symple), or as complex as turning on your computer at a particular time or fulfilling certain in game requirements. Thus, --- there is always a new challenge to explore.
What's more, collecting enough trophies even unlocks minigames, random bits of fun audio, and extra weapons to use on the good commander and his forces.
Though originally released as a commercial game, Liam has now released the full game as abandonware, due to the difficulty of maintaining compatibility with modern Windows, so feel free to download and give it a try.
All in all Judgement day is one of the most ambitious projects in audio games, carrying the basic self-voicing left right sterrio targit and fire concept of the initial space invaders to hole new hights, ---- and deffinately comes recommended.
As anyone who's played Judgement Day will know, there is a commercial for an even more exciting, fully featured and amazingly written audiogame contained as a super secret within the game. Indeed you can check out the Thrilling commercial for the game here
Fortunately for all of those awaiting this exciting game, Liam actually created it in 2013. That is right, you can have all the fun of pressing spacebar to kill aliens when you hear that astounding beep! right from the comfort of your computer. Indeed, forget Judgement day, just go and Download the amazing beep game believe me, you'll be playing for hours!
Thanks to the Audiogames archive who make sure that such a truly astounding game as Beep won't be lost to history, you can visit Their Lworks page here
Happy beeping, ---- oh and if you detect a slight note of sarcasm about the wonder and greatness of the game Beep, we appologise.
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Updates: entry 25 Jan 17 and description 25 Jan 17