Killing Zombies at its best: Judge Dredd vs. Zombies for Windows

By: John Nedelcu
3 minute read

Most of you have seen the movie Dredd by now, and if you haven’t, I highly recommend it. The movie had such a huge success that game developers have started to make game adaptations of it. One such adaptation is the one we are looking at today.

Judge Dredd vs. Zombies is a free Windows 8, Windows 10 game, and to be honest, it is one of the best games I’ve seen so far. I found it very entertaining and its zombie killing action is awesome. Let’s take a look at the game

Judge Dredd vs. Zombies – Game Impressions

When I first came across this game, I didn’t have too many hopes, but it seems that I was very wrong, and I’ve come to enjoy the game pretty much in the time I’ve tested it. For starters, the graphics look pretty good for a mobile shooter game, although I’ve seen better, this is still pretty good.


The gameplay is very intense, as with all zombie games, and after a few levels you will have hordes of zombies coming from every direction. This aspect is more visible in the Arena gameplay where you have a great number of zombies and not much time to kill them all. The arena gameplay is separate from the regular storyline mode, a feature that mobile games have not had in the past.

The storyline mode consists of different levels all throughout a laboratory, the player’s main objective is to clear all the zombies by moving through each room and killing them off. There are three kinds of zombies (from what I could tell) the regular ones will try to get close to you and eat you, the jumpers are like the regulars, but they have a leaping attack and the big ones will smack you and if killed nearby, they will explode and kill you as well.


What I loved most about the game are the features that the player has. From different styles of gameplay to different weapons that are upgradable, to consumables for each mission. This level of detail has rarely (if ever) been seen in mobile games. One other cool feature is the PSI game mode, where you send your player to solve different crimes and get in-game rewards.


The game is developed for touchscreen devices, but after playing it on a regular keyboard, I found the experience very pleasing, although when attacked by zombies the camera zooms in on the player and it’s very difficult to get anything done afterwards. Apart from this, Judge Dredd vs. Zombies controls very good, it’s very responsive and while the auto-aim function helps, at times it can get pretty hard.


I don’t want to spoil any more of the game for those who want to try it out, but I will say this: if you like shooter games and you want a great one for your mobile device, then try this game out! It is without a shadow of a doubt one of the best mobile shooter games I’ve seen! It’s rich content, three game styles, lots of upgrades and much more make it a must-have game for Windows 8 and Windows 10 users.

Download Judge Dredd vs. Zombies for Windows 10, Windows 8

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