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Judged: A Court Simulation
Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English, Spanish
Players: Single-player
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*The game is currently on Kickstarter so I can get additional funding for help with the graphics(see the image comparing the old and new lawyer sprite). There will be additions for things such as a jury box, witness stand, defendants, additional lawyers, pews for watchers, etc. The video shows that the core gameplay exists but animations need this additional artist.

Not every case goes to trial and of those most are "bench trials". After years of trying cases as a trial lawyer your efforts have finally been noticed by the State's Governor. Although your recent appointment as a judge forces you to start at the bottom of the judicial totem pole it's only a matter of time until you become a State Supreme Court Justice.

In Judged you start as a newly minted judge in lowly traffic court. As you weigh the evidence from police testimony, breathalayzer results, and eye-witness testimony you'll have to keep your appeals rate for judges overturning your decisions low to ensure you get promoted into more prestigious courts. It's a point-and-click-esque/simulation/puzzle game that seeks to paint a compelling story of the harsh realities facing people in the legal community.

There will be thousands of possible trials, as the evidence and circumstances will all be randomly generated. This ensures you will always have a new case before you. You'll also be able to determine how many cases to have on your docket per "day". This allows you to play the game how you'd like to play. If you want short and sweet trials with only one or two witnesses and one or two pieces of evidence you can schedule several trials on the same day. If you want to see an intense murder mystery assign a larger case to your docket for the day. The evidence can be viewed at any time during the trial and you determine what matters.
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be nice to get some updates soon...
{BK} fige Oct 9 @ 9:34am 
Nice game can't wait to play it
5enec4  [author] Oct 4 @ 2:39pm 
Glad to hear it Socrates! I'm hoping to post a nice long gameplay video in the coming weeks. My graphics guy is supposed to be getting back to me in the next week.
Socrates Oct 4 @ 12:04pm 
So pumped this game got funded, can't wait to play it.
Pipp Sep 30 @ 8:46pm 
I absolutely love the idea of this but i think it should look a little something more like "Superbrother Sword&Sworcery". I think it should be a little more, say "cartoony-pixely" than realistic-pixely.
5enec4  [author] Sep 30 @ 6:51am 
I haven't determined the price yet, it'll be something close to what the base game cost is for the Kickstarter right now + or - a few dollars.

As for a release, I'm planning on doing an early-access/alpha in January or February (see the Kickstarter for more details).
ozforce Sep 28 @ 10:54pm 
When will there be something to play? I'm really interested in this idea.
FallenZtars Sep 28 @ 10:45pm 
This game looks like it got potential and the graphics look good for a game that is in Greenlight. I really like your game and may i ask what is the price you are going to put it up for?
5enec4  [author] Sep 23 @ 9:49am 
Thanks for the support! The environment will change a bit. I'm hoping to change the courtrooms as you advance. So traffic/family court will be different from Superior Court, which will be different from the State Supreme Court.
KetchupMan36 Sep 23 @ 12:18am 
*backed the Kickstarter