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Jul 17, 2012 | 6:49 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place July 19, 2012

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** This was developed for the Mochi 60 second competition and came first! This is why the game isn't super long and has also got a timer. We're thinking about making a much larger game though if there is interest! You can see the contest here /contest/jun12 **

Eleventh Hour is an exploration based game in which you must race against the clock to find your daughter before your town is destroyed by a nuclear strike. The only problem is that your town has turned into a hive of undead monsters. Can you discover the mystery of it all and rescue your daughter within the time limit?

Super thanks to Tom for the FP! :)

Arrow keys to move.
'Z' to shoot (When you have acquired the gun)
Spacebar to interact.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

heres a basic tutorial of wat to do first go to police station to get gun then kill the zombie in it u see next to the half of key collect the key then go left out police station then u se more zombies so quickly shoot them and colect 2nd part of key the go back from where u left safe thing and go right from there u should see a chest use the completed key to open it collect the fire extinguisher then go in the door u see from when u first left the safe house kill the zombies and put out fire then u see a cabnet open it and get the girl and hurry back to base and thts the tutorial

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

trutly amazing please make the next part 5satrs but it coudl use mroe time really hard


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

where do u go?!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

First off, I wanna say I got out with literally only one second left!

Otherwise, the game itself was OK. Really glad to hear that your entry got first place, and the sixty second guideline explains a lot about this game. I liked the idea you were going for. And if you plan on it, a full length game would probably receive a lot of positive reception on Newgrounds.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Intresting but far too short.