Time Fcuk

Share Collapse

Log in to save your medals! Don't have an account? Create one for free!

You've learned nothing 5 Points

Get the bad ending

Everyone will leave you 10 Points

get to level 28

Is something wrong? 10 Points

get to lvl 9

Opinionated 10 Points

vote on 3 maps

You are your only companion in life. 10 Points

get to level 22

Obsessed 25 Points

Vote on 33 maps

Lost in forever 50 Points

beat an explore campaign

The Assent 50 Points

Get the good ending

O))) 100 Points

Vote on 333 maps

Author Comments

online level submissions are back up!
(9-20 3:20pst)
-Team Fcuk


Time Cfuk is a game about stasis, its a game about perspective and viewing both sides of the story from afar, its a game about blocks, platforms, drinking, high school reunions and work time fun.

Time Fcku is a "puzzle platformer" about finding logic in irrelevance, its a 1+1=2 formula that will ask more from you after you leave it alone, its a community experience about communication with people who you dont like.

Time KcuF is not an art game, its an allegorical game about stuff you've never experienced, its an escape from your current existence, its the feeling of loss and panic.

Time Fcuk is a play on how if one changes around the letters in a word even though it means nothing
logically, we all still see it as something that its not.


Controls and instructions are for those of us who choose to experience life the way others want us to live.

-Edmund & William



LOL i died over 9000 times

A Surreal and Incredibly Addictive Puzzle Game

Time Fcuk is yet another entry into the puzzle genre. Still, despite being part of a huge genre, the game has many features that make it stand out amongst the rest.

The gameplay is excellent, providing puzzles that are challenging but not overly frustrating. Switching between dimensions, using blocks to solve puzzles, and collecting keys all make up the bulk of the game, but Time Fcuk keeps things varied with an intricate combination of all of these features.

Additionally, the game lasts a decent amount of time. Once you're done with the main quest, you can play through user-created levels or create your own.

The game's graphics are great too. Everything has solid colors, and the entire thing looks as surreal as the main character makes it seem.

The music and sound effects can get repetitive, but this is just a minor gripe, and the lack of variety in the sound department doesn't affect the game's appeal.

Time Fcuk is worth playing for its great gameplay as well as its surreal look and feel. This is a game that both puzzle gamers as well as those who don't tend to play these types of games will enjoy.

People find this review helpful!


I give it a 9 because the game kinda got boring at some spots. I like how the campaign mode the stages change towards the end. I beat it maybe 3 times, and I noticed that.

Creating maps, I ran out of ideas, but check out some of my hard ones like "Razor Hard!" "Juggernaut" and "Jail Break"

I also did find that Weeble's Secret Island achievement as well. And it kept flashing annoyingly.

That map boring. There is no glitch, you need to move one of the blocks to find it.

And hellnauts is not that hard... It took me 3-4 minutes to figure out. :D

A little hint to some people creating maps. When you test your stage, check for flaws in it. Try to eliminate any unwanted shortcuts for a better rating.

People find this review helpful!


Only the best games make me scream in frustration and get a headache. Also; a glitch. In a map called 'boring', (i found it in most recent) I could not find an exit. This was odd, because you need to beat the level to submit it, yet here it was! But the REALLY wierd part was when I said quit, I kept getting an achievement called 'Weeble's Secret Island' which was 100 points. Glitch? Or easter egg? (It's still going, wow.)


Cool name also.

Click on an icon to vote on this!

Credits & Info

4.44 / 5.00

Sep 16, 2009
8:09 PM EDT
Action - Platformer - Puzzle
  • Frontpaged September 23, 2009
  • Daily Feature September 17, 2009
  • Weekly 5th Place September 23, 2009