App description: Drokk! It's an adventure game. It's an interactive book. It's an RPG. You are Judge Dredd, the toughest judge to patrol Mega-City One, a vast futuristic city, set in the 22nd Century!

** REVIEWS **

With a new Judge Dredd movie coming out, this Gamebook really fired me up and got me in the mood. And, because each time you read the book it has the potential for a different storyline and ending, Judge Dredd: Countdown Sector 106 is a steal - WIRED

With their latest release, Tin Man Games have proven that they can handle existing characters just as well as they do heroes of their own creation. Do yourself a favor quit reading my words and start reading theirs. 4.5 out of 5 stars! GAMEZEBO

Funny, rewarding, and pleasantly violent, Judge Dredd: Countdown Sector 106 replaces the rattle of gunfire with the rattle of dice, and it just works. 8 out of 10! POCKETGAMER SILVER AWARD!

It all makes for a game thats tough to criticize. As an adventure game book, Judge Dredd: Countdown Sector 106 succeeds very well and I suspect Judge Dredd fans will adore it all the more. 4 out of 5 stars! 148 APPS

By Grud, its good. 8 out of 10! STARBURST MAGAZINE

You, the reader, control the direction of the story by making decisions for Dredd on each page, and choosing your path. Using a realistic dice-based battle system, you get to fight your enemies in exciting shootouts and roll your fate, as you use your array of skills against a variety of perps in an epic storyline.

"Sector 106 of Mega-City One is short of senior Street Judges and only the most experienced Judges have been reassigned to fill this shortfallforemost among them yourself, Dredd! What begins as a routine patrol arresting juves and skysurfers, turns into a race against time, as mysterious "Voices of Dredd" find their way into the hands of the local perps. Riding your Lawmaster bike and armed with your trusty Lawgiver, you must pit yourself against Sector 106's brutal criminal underworld. Quick Dredd! The countdown has begun"

Features:

Newly written interactive story by Nick Robinson that takes the reader on an epic ride through Mega-City One.
Custom built e-book interface, which is easy to use. As easy as reading a book!
Universal app! You only need to buy this once to play on all your devices.
Read in portrait or landscape. (iPad only)
Dynamic page links that respond to your situation.
Easy to change fonts and font sizes, to set up the book the way you want it.
New gamebook rules and battle system using the Gamebook Adventures Engine. Judge's Handbook included so that rules can be accessed at any time during the adventure if you need to refresh yourself.
Real-time 3D dice rolling with realistic physics. Shake the device like a dice shaker and watch the 3D dice bounce around the scene and off each other.
Make skill rolls based on the weapons you use, your fitness levels, and your perceived authority.
Accessible inventory sheet at all times during reading, which auto updates when you pick up an item, your stats change, or you gain valuable patrol notes.
Difficulty levels - Hardcore, Medium and Novice. Play the book how it was meant to be played or casually read it in an easier mode.
Use bookmarks to save your progress, helping you get past tricky sections.
Achievements to collect throughout the book for those who wish to thoroughly explore all aspects of the story.
Perp records sheets to collect during the adventure. Once a criminal is arrested or killed, their database updates with background information. Catch them all!
Beautifully illustrated by German Ponce and other popular Dredd artists. Once found, each illustration is mounted on the achievements wall.
High resolution artwork that takes advantage of the new iPad screen resolution and retina displays.
Amazing soundtrack and sound effects accompany the story, which can be turned on and off if required.

Echoseven's comments:


08-04-2012, 02:21 AM
#31
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Originally Posted by verlaine View Post
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Unfortunately, I might have come across a bug. There's one picture I can't seem to unlock even though I always see it on subsequent playthroughs

There's also another (possible) bug which allowed me to easily complete the game on my first (or was it the second?) playthrough :P

By the way, does anybody know how to get the perp rap sheet for
Glad you like the game! I have informed those who need to know about the issues you have highlighted to see if they are aware of them and if a fix is on the way/has been done.
08-04-2012, 08:04 AM
#32
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Originally Posted by verlaine View Post
Awesome Snagged a copy of this a few days ago and have just about unlocked every achievement.
Awesome! I have 2 perps, 3 pics and 4 achievements remaining.. You've given me hope of getting them except that one image you mentioned.

08-05-2012, 05:05 PM
#33
Hi all,

Thanks for your feedback. As pointed out we've had a couple of small bugs that have crept in.

The ending bug mentioned by 'verlaine' will be fixed in the next update and the Goldblings picture bug will be fixed in the update after that.

Many thanks again for your support!

The Tin Man

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08-06-2012, 04:42 AM
#34
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Forge World
Posts: 6,310
Argh. Just tried to do some cool sounding move where I was going to slide though a group of perps, take them out and keep going! But unfortunately I failed the dice roll and ended up dead.
Try again another day.
08-15-2012, 05:59 PM
#35
Lots of fun! I'm missing a few things that I just can't find (I also can't find Jonas Tuko even though I thought I went everywhere, since I already beat the game and am playing through it again to find everything with the 50 bookmarks...also missing the Hang On!, Goldblings Dispute which I see is a bug, and Surprised Punk pictures, and the Record Finder, Art Heist, Easy Rider, and Stick to the Brief achievements...I just can't figure out which area I've missed), but overall it's a lot of fun.
08-19-2012, 06:35 PM
#36
Joined: Aug 2010
Location: http://www.zenfar.com
Posts: 812
Judge Dredd

You gotta love Judge Dredd, I hope more adventures are coming that we will see Judge Death at some point, gotta get this one for the iPad.
08-19-2012, 06:39 PM
#37
Never tried a game book by Tin Man Games. I also have no clue who or what Judge Dredd is (), so is this worth the price based on the gameplay?

GC- banger1103
08-22-2012, 04:15 PM
#38
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Originally Posted by banger1103 View Post
Never tried a game book by Tin Man Games. I also have no clue who or what Judge Dredd is (), so is this worth the price based on the gameplay?
I like to think so, but as the writer I'm biased.

Tin Man has a page with a lot of reviews of the game, these vary from the game being okay, to very good, to being full of awesome sauce (again, for some reason, I prefer the latter). Also the App store customer reviews has the game hovering between 4 and 5 stars out of five from some 30+ gamers. Reviews can be found here:

http://tinmangames.com.au/blog/?p=2423
09-07-2012, 01:44 PM
#39
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09-07-2012, 07:07 PM
#40
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Originally Posted by banger1103 View Post
Never tried a game book by Tin Man Games. I also have no clue who or what Judge Dredd is (), so is this worth the price based on the gameplay?
I say go for it. It's well-made, and TMG's other gamebooks are good as standalone adventures even if Dredd isn't your thing. Personally, I reccomend Revenant Rising, it was my favourite.

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