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Oct 5, 2009 | 2:27 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place October 6, 2009

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Clockwords is a hectic word game set in Victorian London. You are a genius inventor who discovers plans for a mysterious machine that runs on the power of language. Then your lab is infiltrated by mechanical insects that have come to steal your secrets!

You must think and type quickly to fend off the invaders. To destroy the bugs, you need to collect powerful letters. Some letters can be combined to increase their power.

Tip: Hit 'ESC' to clear all the letters you've typed.

Reviews


notaheronotahero

Rated 0 / 5 stars

some words doen't onsidered words?

I tried biology & it said invalid (actually much more but I'll use biology as an example from many)
upgrades for the gun? normal letters do damage only 1



danndogdanndog

Rated 0 / 5 stars

wat da hell

it loaded like 2 thirds and then the window turned black



LuckyppLuckypp

Rated 1 / 5 stars

A broken experience

While the premise is a good one - the broken nature of the game (specifically transmuting letters - I could never get anything to work, are we really supposed to just keep guessing at formulas?) and the addition of trying to get us to purchase letters, destroyed this game's potential.

Swing and a big miss.



TheValliantTheValliant

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Zero for "micropayments"

Great game, but if you want to try to get people to pay for something, state that up front. Try other ways of profiting from us. We have enough games to play that don't require payment that we're not going to play something where we have to pay to get more than a few levels in.


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SirShortySirShorty

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Enjoyable, but...

This is a good, game, but the Mochi Coins system needs to go. Mayhaps you could make new bonus letters unlockable for achieving high average word lengths, or getting to a certain, level, et cetera?
Find other advertisements you can post before the game so as not to detract from the overall playability of the game.