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Mother Judgement

rated 3.56 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Run 'n Gun

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Dec 2, 2010 | 6:47 PM EST

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Take control of Josephine the Nun, as she explores a church in discovery of the source of a zombie invasion. Battle through arenas, defeat bosses, evade traps and unlock new weapons as you venture in this epic quest to save the world.

Mouse - Aim and Shoot
WASD/Arrows - Move/Jump

Space - Bullet time (if unlocked)
Collect zombie brains to fill bullet time meter

Esc/p - Pause

Around the time that I finished Jeremy Bongstarr, Xeptic contacted me with this idea about a Nun who shoots up a church full of zombies. It was a really awesome learning experience for both of us, as I had never done a real platform game before, and Xeptic had never coded one. Thanks for taking the time to try it out, and we hope you enjoy the fruits of our labor. I also want to say special thanks to Evil-Dog, who really saved our asses with some last minute glitch-fixing when Xeptic went away to South America for 3 months, just as we finished.

I hope you guys have a fun time playing our little game



Rated 3 / 5 stars




Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good,but hard

the game is awesome but i just cant get past the graveyard


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

not bad

not good either prety average could use some extra content


Rated 1 / 5 stars


it sucked


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Not good

The zombies are way to hard to kill, the nun is way to easy to kill, the guns consistantly missed what I was aiming at and when they did hit they had far to little stopping power. Also the the zombies are very hard to evade it would have been bearable that they were so hard to eliminate if they could be out manuveared more easily. On top of all this I got attacked and damaged in a cut scene and lost health even though I was frozen at the time WTF? The only good part of this game is the concept which I love, so much so in fact that I will check out the sequal if they make one in the hopes that they address the outlined problems.