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Apr 2, 2012 | 11:13 AM EDT

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You play Daniel, a researcher at the Time Travel Research Facility, and now you fight for your life. A failed experiment caused extradimensional monsters to appear all over the facility and only your time-manipulation powers can save you from both the monster and the facility's automated defense systems. Research must be put aside, if you don't get out of here soon, you'll never get out.

Controls:
[arrow keys] move
[hold SHIFT] rewind time
[hold CTRL] slow down time
[press R] restart level

Reviews


whenfatpeoplefallwhenfatpeoplefall

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

concept great. fun, but crappy graphics. looks old.


Oracions responds:

Yes, I know the graphics could use a lot of improvement. Thank you.


MaicatMaicat

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's got reasonable storyline, The controls respond well. It kinda pissed me off the thought bubble there at the end... It had a reasonably good learning curve... some of the jumps were tricky, but It felt like a decent game, there is certainly potential... I look forward to seeing what this person does as their skills improve


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Oracions responds:

This one thanks you for your review.


KRIS34KRIS34

Rated 5 / 5 stars

good game


Oracions responds:

Thank you.


MDawg957MDawg957

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Nto a bad game. Some of the close-quarters jumping could use some fixes and the music could be nicer if it wasn't so repetitive. A mute option would have been nice.


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Oracions responds:

Thank you for the feedback. I thought the jumping at some places was weird, now I know it is.


DarugiaDarugia

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Let's see...
- Not a bad concept and an interesting storyline, as I haven't seen rewinding and slowing down time in many platformers. However it's really short, I'd make it longer to explore more mechanics of the game.
- The music is nice, but the sounds effects are a bit dull.
- The controls are a bit strange: Shift and Control aren't exactly laptop-friendly, I'd suggest something more known like A and S or Z and X. Also something I didn't like was the fact that the jump command didn't depend on how long the UP arrow was pressed, so it was kind of complicated getting past a few points thanks to this.
- The graphics are the main downer, it doesn't matter if the story is interesting: everything just looks plain and boring.

Tl;dr: you need a graphic designer. I could help you with the graphics, would you like that?


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Oracions responds:

Thank you. Sent you a PM.