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Professor Timothy composed a time machine out of gazillion clocks. When his machine broke down, IT BROKE THE TIME! All the hours and days got mixed up. The machine also scattered those clocks all over professor's lab. This malfunction of time causes time clones to appear. Avoid them to prevent time paradox from happening. Professor's machine also unleashed some sort of Time Lord who is after you.

In order to repair the time machine and thus the time itself you need to restore all the hours from all the week days. If you manage to collect 24 clocks from Monday-Sunday and defeat the Time Lord, you will save the day. Get it?

More information

Published126 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsFlash
Rating
(2)
Authorticklebot
GenrePlatformer
Tagsclocks, clones, science, Time Travel
Player countSingleplayer

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Loved playing your game for the second time! Spotted it on newgrounds and was glad to see it here on itch.io too! Keep up that quality game

Cheers!

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A simple idea executed with panache. Each level becomes a sort of puzzle as you attempt to plan where your temporal clones should be. Every failure becomes a learning experience and the difficulty curve of the game is tuned just right.

Fun little platformer, looking forward to your future work!


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And here it is! The final part to my lets play! I hope you guys enjoy it! And once again, a big well done to the creators! :)



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Hey guys! Check out my first video below this comment and then check out the second one here. It's now up! :) Thanks! :D



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Please have a look at this lets play I did on "I Broke The Time", to get an idea of the game. Very unique concept and very enjoyable game. Well done to the creator! :)



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Please have a look at this lets play I did on "I Broke The Time", to get an idea of the game. Very unique concept and very enjoyable game. Well done to the creator! :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaT7hBkkvzY

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I was waiting for your new game after playing your previous game "The Case of Scary Shadows" and I wanted to say "I Broke The Time" didn't disappoint me! I liked the idea of time paradox with Professor Timothy. The levels aren't easy but they're so fun! They require strategy and patience. The design is cute as usual and the music is fitting to the atmosphere. And the wardrobe option can also be a nice bonus for players who have already finished the game.