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May 15, 2008 | 12:07 AM EDT
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Arrows or WASD to move, space bar to lift crates and use your time pod. Each level contains a puzzle that must be solved by interacting with past versions of yourself. The game records your movements. When you use the Time Pod to travel back to the beginning of the level, you see a past version of yourself doing exactly what you did before entering the pod. You can create as many copies of yourself as you need to solve the puzzle, but be careful not to change the past too much. If you interfere with a past self's ability to return to the Time Pod, you cause a PARADOX!

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arden18arden18

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fun

Summary

Graphics: Great

Gameplay: Also Great

Difficulty : Hard

Overall AWESOME Game! Keep Up The Good Work!

P.S Vote 5/5 10/10

P.P.S Author: Great


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xale11xale11

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i think its...

fun



LpKickAssLpKickAss

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool

A really brain tester.. i like!!!



khanh93khanh93

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The awesome version of mouse*10

the learning curve was good, the game was better!



SlunchySlunchy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent!

Wonderful game, but I think something must be wrong with the past versions of my person - they keep killing themselves.

Meaning to say that they'll work fine the first few times through, and then, all of a sudden, that jump I just barely made? He'll not make it.

Or when I just squeezed by that falling door? Well, evidently, I didn't. Because he just asploded.

And this one time, in a level with blocks, I tried to pick one up at the same time my minion was picking one up, and we both exploded, but then we didn't die, we just kept exploding, over and over and over again. And when the dynamite in the level exploded too, it also began to explode every two seconds with us. It was strange. Oh, and it wouldn't let me rewind out of it, or anything.

Still, I love this game. You pretty much said, word for word, what I always tell people when we discuss time travel - if you accidentally (or intentionally) killed yourself, then you wouldn't have killed yourself, but you also would have.


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