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Judge Dredd (Arcade)

Judge Dredd Arcade Machine
Genre: Action
Perspective: Behind view, Side view
Visual: 2D scrolling
Gameplay: Beat 'em up / brawler, Platform, Shooter
Setting: Cyberpunk / dark sci-fi, Sci-fi / futuristic
Published by: Midway Manufacturing Company
Developed by: Midway Manufacturing Company
Released: 1992

Quite interesting in many respects, frozen at the prototype stage beat`em up! (with periodic inclusions of shooter) based on the original comic book series. Among the mass of his brothers, he stands out in that the basis of his sprites and most of the background are digitized animated images of real world objects (as in Mortal Kombat), as well as the unique ability of the character to look not only left and right, but also face or back to the player (depending on which of the vertical sides of the screen you are moving to, and if you are just standing, then on where the last time you pointed the direction of the joystick) along with similar diagonal sides and even attack in the same directions. One should remember such a rare copy, which testified that there were people at one time who tried to contribute to the evolution of the genre.