You can verify out the subsequent match from Beeswing and Dujanah developer Jack King-Spooner with a swish demo launched alongside a crowdfunding marketing campaign. Judero is its identify, and a surprisingly motion-significant journey through the Scottish Borders is its video game. Expect folklore, witches, jokes, quit movement, and beasties to fight and intellect regulate.
Judero is a fantastical adventure crossing from round Peebles in Scotland’s Borders all the way about to the west coast, starring a strapping Celt named Judero (who may perhaps or might not be crafted upon an previous motion determine). Anything foul is afoot, and off he’ll go checking out, chatting with people, and acquiring into fights.
It is a bit like a top-down beat ’em up with incredibly lively bosses, although puzzling and beat-puzzling occur in with Judero’s capacity to thoughts-management enemies. Apparently the full sport will change involving all sorts of minigames, which does make me consider a very little of Nier: Automata.
I like that I do not totally realize what is actually likely on with Judero after participating in the demo, its blend of past and current, handcrafted and handpainted, excellent and mundane, gentle folks and unexpectedly intense boss battles. I might search forward to seeing more in the whole game.
I’m psyched to master far more about Borders folkore way too. I’ve visited some cities in the Borders, swam in some rivers, climbed some hills, cycled by means of valleys glowing with heather, and hiked to ruins, but I do not know lots of stories.
You can download Judero’s demo from Itch.io. They program to start the whole game on Steam much too, in 2024, as nicely as Nintendo Change. To assist fund development, they released a Kickstarter campaign yesterday, which is currently 45% of the way to their £12,000 objective.