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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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Good old days of NewGrounds. What happened to the people who created all these wonderful programs? How come now we are stuck with MSPAINT wonders that look worse than games from 2000?



I admit that I was a tad skeptical about this, but it really got better. I especially loved being able to slowly figure everything out. I’m not usually into games that don’t have enemies. This turned out to be a very fun puzzle game. The music was awesome too. I guess the animation could have been better, but it’s still nice.

It’s just a quaint little game. Well, until the robot starts blowing up, that is. We obviously need that. I love all the sounds. It’s just so cute when he jumps.



i passed the game



This game is smart and unique.
I enjoyed this game too much..

Good Job.



i love this game but i can only ever get to like level 13, amazing game, just to smart for me


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316,500
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11,714
Score
4.40 / 5.00

Uploaded
May 15, 2008
12:07 AM EDT
Genre
Action - Platformer - Puzzle
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  • Daily Feature May 16, 2008