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Control the hands with the mouse to knock ninjas, use the mouse button to ring the bell at 12 o'clock.
That's all there is to it. Enjoy the game!
pretty cool game, just lacking. the screen size wasn't a problem since it actually made swinging the clock arms around a little bit of a challenge. the game just needs some features that will add more than 2 minutes worth of entertainment and/or some good replay value. hope you decide to build on it some more.
I get what you and many other reviewers say when you mention it lacking features and replayability. It's something that'd be worked on for sure if there's a second one, now that the concept seems to be as liked as it is.
Thanks for the review.
I wish there was more to it!
It's fun and interesting for a few seconds, but after a while, you're just spinning over and over and over again. No variation!
Ya, it's a bit lacking in the variation. Thanks for the review though!
One big problem
I seemed to notice that the window was too narrow to facilitate spinning the hands very quickly; the faster I tried to go, the wider my circles became thus making me leave the game area. Also, instead of getting the hands straight-up at 12 o'clock, it might be nice to give a little leeway... a couple minutes before and after. When you have 4 ninjas on the hand and a dozen more climbing up, taking the time to line up the hands on the 12 might just screw you over.
There is a tiny bit of leeway, but I definitely get what you're saying, and it's a valid concern. The screen being too thin has also been noted.
Thanks for your constructive review! It's really appreciated.
looks ncie but i couldnt even play
how do you make the game start? O_o
Umm, there's a big play button. Either it's an issue with your computer, or you missed the button?
it was cool at the beggining but after that BORING!!
Well, I'm glad you enjoyed the beginning at least! :P
Context? Context is for casuals.
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