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I Broke The Time

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Professor Timothy composed a time machine out of gazillion clocks. When his machine broke down, IT BROKE THE TIME! All the hours and days got mixed up. The machine also scattered those clocks all over professor's lab. This malfunction of time causes time clones to appear. Avoid them to prevent time paradox from happening. Professor's machine also unleashed some sort of Time Lord who is after you.

In order to repair the time machine and thus the time itself you need to restore all the hours from all the week days. If you manage to collect 24 clocks from Monday-Sunday and defeat the Time Lord, you will save the day. Get it?

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A little short but it did get challenging on the last couple levels plus the boss. But maybe instead of restoring days of the week, he could have restored months of the year to add 5 more levels that could have had a more gradual difficulty increase.


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Obviously the point is to only have one life and stuff, but man sometimes those levels can get tough. Otherwise fantastic game.


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I am having the same problem as Sharpnova, I have tried restarting the page. I am running it on a mac if that matters.

Have a great day

-Yetu


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How do you play this? I'm clicking "SELECT" on the Local Save option and nothing is happening. I tried it on Online Save and it was the same there.

Is it really that hard to notice bugs like these?


ragevb responds:

Thanks for the comment. I encountered that issue only once, and I wasn't sure if I fixed it or not. I'll try to address it in the next update. In the meantime you can try refreshing the page and everything should be fine.
Cheers


Well made, but certainly not original in the slightest.


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Score
3.88 / 5.00

Uploaded
Aug 1, 2016
3:03 AM EDT
Genre
Action - Platformer - Puzzle
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  • Daily 3rd Place August 3, 2016