Reviews for "Chronotron"


Company of Myself was made after- and INSPIRED by Chronotron. Do some research next time.

Sorry about that. Anyway, this is an amazing game that works on every level. I play it obsessively and my hat goes of to you, sir. A perfect 10

Not bad

A technological interpretation of "The Company of Myself" that includes elements that the other did not, such as a counterweight system of your time-clones. While the paradox system makes sense, it detracts from how enjoyable the game is to play. Of course, one could counter the paradox by cannibalizing that Tardis that the robot is using.

an incredibly wonderful thinking game

I love how this game makes me really think and plan ahead.

I don't think I have ever given a game a 10 score before, but I truely love this game.

Timing is a big part of this game. When multiple Time Clones must interact with the same thing (a moving platform, a sliding door, etc), I recommend giving the Time Clones several extra seconds on their respective objects because you never know when your Current Clone will jump too far and miss its mark or one clone will raise a moving platform too high, etc.


This is seriously probably my favorite browser based game of all time. Forever. It's such an awesome concept. You really put a lot of thought into the level design, and I like how there are little things like the timer in the UI, which you really start to appreciate as you advance in the levels and need to mentally bookmark when certain events are going to occur. The only thing bad that I could possibly say about this game is that it (understandably!) gets a little laggy when there are a ton of chronotrons on the screen.

Favorite. Ten out of ten. Five out of five. Thank you for making this.


I can honestly say that this is something that I have never played before. It's amazing, really. I can't even begin to figure out how you programmed it. The only problem I had was that even with the green arrow over your head, it was hard to tell which one you were controlling sometimes. You could try making the "drones" blue and the active one red, just to stand out a bit more.