A platform-adventure game about time travelling, puzzle solving and a friendship between an Old Inventor and a Snail.
Vásárlói értékelés: Nagyon pozitív (96 értékelés)
Megjelenés dátuma: 2014. máj. 12.
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szeptember 24.

Chronology price drop!

Time travelling fans come and get the Snail and Old Inventor adventure with 50 % off price drop from the original $9.99. This is not for a limited period of time, it is the game price moving forward :)

Enjoy it!

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június 6.

Chronology Steam Update 1.1 is live!

Dear fellow friends,

It’s been a month since we’ve launched our beloved game and since that moment we’ve been carefully reviewing all your feedback and suggestions and we tried to come up with list of changes in our fist update that we think it will make you happy :) . So, we:


  • Enhanced the visuals by adding support for 1080p (the option is available in the setting menu)

  • Fixed “Rose became invisible” issue

  • Fixed some issues that potentially can make punk kid puzzle unsolvable

  • Fixed cannon puzzle various issues

  • Fixed the issue where you can potentially remain stuck you during the elevator puzzle

  • Added Steam Trading cards

    Enjoy and please let us know in the forums if you have any issues!

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Értékelések

“Chronology is a beautiful and entertaining puzzle platformer.”
93/100 – Shoost

“The final product is a thoroughly charming experience that should be a staple of everyone's Steam library.”
90/100 – GamesXtreme

“Braid and LIMBO are two outstanding indie games that have demonstrated fantastic art styles combined with new and complex gameplay in the puzzle genre. But what happens when you put those two games together? You get Chronology.”
80/100 – Bago Games

A játékról

Chronology is a mind-bending mix of puzzle, adventure and platform game where you defy time by manipulating the past and the future, in order to fix the present. Play as the Old Inventor and his sidekick The Snail, and take advantage of their special abilities - travel back and forth in time, stop time, manipulate objects and solve puzzles.

Key Features


• Time changes everything - Solve puzzle by travelling back and forth in - or freezing - time
• Characters with heart and soul - Switch between two lovable characters with different abilities and combine their strengths
• A mind-bending story line. As the story unfolds, learn how the main character has already played a central role in shaping the future of his world
• A magical, colorful, vibrant and living universe that mixes elements from different times and cultures
• Amazingly animated characters, machines and creatures, inspired by Hayao Miyazaki(Howls Moving Castle, My Neighbor Totoro)

Rendszerkövetelmények

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 or 8
    • Processor: 1.8 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 4/5th Generation Intel HD Graphics (4000/5000) or AMD HD Graphics 7th series
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 900 MB available space
    • Sound Card: OpenAL compatible
    • Additional Notes: Controller Support: Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 or 8
    • Processor: 2 GHz or faster
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated GPU (NVidia or ATI) with at least 1 GB of VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 900 MB available space
    • Sound Card: OpenAL compatible
    • Additional Notes: Controller Support: Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows
Hasznos vásárlói értékelések
6.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
Nice puzzle game. I liked to travel between past and present to solve the puzzles. Nice graphics. I didn't like that I finished the game too quickly, because I found it a bit too easy. Bago games mentioned that this was a mix between LIMBO and Braid, however those games provided me with a more interesting and longer gameplay.
Közzétéve: október 1.
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2.3 óra a nyilvántartásban
Fun little game with a cute story and great art. Its short but its one of those games that would start to drag if it was any longer.
Közzétéve: október 3.
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4.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
Chronology is a clever puzzle-solving platformer. The developers included several different mechanics which gave them the ability to vary the puzzles quite a bit. There isn't a lot of re-hashing the same puzzles over and over, but a good amount of diversity, which I quite liked, while still maintaining a sense on continuity. The story was interesting, but certainly not the strongest point of this game. The mechanics were good for the most part, although the jumping seemed a little clunky to me, but certainly not a game breaker. The graphics are charming and well-done. The whole game felt a little short, but it was definitely a good experience. I'd recommend this game if you're into solving puzzles, and some mild platforming. Chronology earns a 4 out of 5 stars on my scale.
Közzétéve: október 24.
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32 emberből 29 (91%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
2.5 óra a nyilvántartásban
Chronology is a game I've been following ever since I saw it on Greenlight, and I'm very glad it got its chance to be released. The game is very imaginative, and the way you progress and use the mechanics make for a really fun experience. I also really like the voice acting, the design of the world is very pretty, and the music and sound is absolutely phenomenal. The game has a pretty good sense of humor, and I really enjoyed the exchanges between characters. The game's length isn't the longest you can find, but it feels right for the kind of game it is, and more than makes up for it with content. You will not regret picking this game up.

Overall, I give this game 88/100, and would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes puzzle games, or likes the use of time manipulation in a game.
Közzétéve: május 8.
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21 emberből 20 (95%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
3.3 óra a nyilvántartásban
Colorful, cute, fun and pretty. Enjoyable no matter what your age is.

You control 2 characters one with the power to rewind / fast forward time and the other a snail that can freeze it. Obstacles broken in the future are fixable in the past, anything ranging from ruined machinery to dead plants from the future that you can go back in time to save or fix. It was a good feeling to see the dead plant grow massively after just a little help!

The snail is useful as in you can hop on the snail's shell then switch control to the snail and go for a ride and jump off the shell to a higher platform, and it can slide along the games surfaces to reach area's the inventor cannot reach. The game has full controller support but is playable with keyboard but I always suggest playing platformers with a controller.

I highly recommend the game, as it's one of those games that is obviously a labor of love made to bring enjoyment into peoples lives instead of the usual cash grabs that copy and paste what is popular for the day.
Közzétéve: május 8.
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22 emberből 20 (91%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
2.9 óra a nyilvántartásban
*could have minor spoilers, use some caution when reading*

I know what you're thinking. Another platformer, another day, right? Same old, same old? With the copious amounts of platforming games available on Steam, what makes Chronology worth a purchase?

Chronology, thankfully, gives you a lot of reasons.

As described in the trailer, you play as an older gentleman and his friend, a snail. The present time in the game is set after an apocalyptic event, and using a special device he invented, the old man can travel back and forth through time at will. The snail (who has some sort of robotic shell) can stop time. Together they use these abilities to progress further, to tackle challenges, and to save the world from destruction.

The very first thing you see here is the art of the game; no lame, overused, big pixel graphics here. The world is beautifully exhibited in the past time and hauntingly dark in the present time. The overall look can be described as having been painted on a canvas; Osao Games, developer of Chronology, seems to be inspired by Studio Ghibli in terms of artistry here, and it shows: attention to detail, such as curtains blowing in the wind as you pass them add a definite touch. The transitions going from past to present give a stark contrast: former architecture in the past has broken down in the future, vegetation takes over parts of a city; it's little things like these that add so much to the visuals.

The music here fits in well and is very, very awesome, ranging from happy, to urgent, to bleak, to pensive, and it seems that every scene you are in is complemented perfectly by a fitting musical score; whoever made the music to this, you get my props for that one, man. The audio for the rest of the world is vibrant and gets the job done. Voice acting in this is great, which surprised me. I didn't expect this level of quality in the audio!

The gameplay here is simple. You can utilize a gamepad or the computer keyboard's arrow keys + spacebar. Controls here are tight, and work really well and are very simple. The platforming aspect of the game is transformed through the use of the time machine in your possession; landscapes change from the past to the present. This leads to very cool and unique platforming (for example, jumping whilst in the present, using the time machine, then landing on a ledge in the past). Other puzzles include planting a tree in the past in order to climb up it in the present. The potential uses of time here are great, and it adds much needed fun to the dry platformer genre.

The developers made an excellent choice by telling you the controls, and then they let you play. That's it. You are in control, and you learn how to tackle the game's puzzles on your own. Once you meet your snail friend, they'll give you a small clue on where to use her time-stopping powers, but other than that, it's all on you, and I love it for that. It's rewarding when you figure out a puzzle through your own assumption; that being said, more experienced people will sort of breeze through some puzzles, but even I got stuck at a cleverly designed puzzle at times.

The only negatives I could see to this game include minor audio bugs, which most likely will be sorted out, and some players may find it a bit easy to get through as it is relatively short, and the final climax at the end is slightly underwhelming. However, this game is solid at almost every level.

Overall, I'd recommend Chronology for anyone, at any age. It's an awesome game that rekindled my love of platforming games in a time where I didn't seem to like them anymore. It's unique, fun, simple, and just generally great. It's worth $9.99, definitely, if this kind of game interests you, although I wouldn't shy away from a discounted price.

If I had to give this game a numeric rating, it'd be a 9/10.
Közzétéve: május 8.
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10 emberből 10 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
4.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
Chronology is a game that very nearly didn't exist at all, and wouldn't that be a shame. The game was Greenlit on Steam last year only for the original development company, Progressive Media, to fold beneath it. Fortunately, former team members wanted to see the game come out, and formed Osao Games to complete work.

A lot of times it can be worrisome when a game changes hands like this, but the final product is a thoroughly charming experience that should be a staple of everyone's Steam library.

The gameplay centres around a two-character mechanic: a little old inventor, and his trusty companion, the snail. Neither character is given a name beyond that, but neither do they really need them. The inventor is able to travel back and forth between two time periods: 'Before' and 'After' the cataclysm which starts the game. The snail is able to stop time, but her hard shell also serves as a positionable platform for the inventor to stand upon. While in some cases, that merely gives an option to ease up a tricky platforming section, in other cases it's critical to solving puzzles.

This means, to address the elephant in the room, that Chronology really doesn't play like Braid at all. The intended effect, per the developers, is something like a cross between Day of the Tentacle and Lost Vikings. It's not a bad comparison, really-- you'll find yourself constantly adjusting the environment in one time to affect the other (taking boxes from After into Before, growing plants in Before to solve puzzles in After, and so on), and you'll need to use both Inventor and Snail's abilities to their fullest to figure out some of the harder tricks.

What's most impressive here is just how thoroughly the game hybridizes puzzle and platforming. You're never making a series of annoying jumps just to get to the next puzzle-- the question of how to set up those jumps <i>is</i> the puzzle. Chronology never pulls a new gimmick out of nowhere only to drop it after a single puzzle: it teaches you how to solve the doozies by teaching the components singly and then expecting you to put the pieces together.

And believe me, there are some <i>hard</i> puzzles in there. They make logical sense when you figure them out-- more than once, I found myself saying aloud, "Oh, that's clever!" -- but there were a few where I must have spent ten or fifteen minutes trying different things before the obvious-in-retrospect solution came to mind.

It's not a fast-paced game: you can always take a leisurely look at the puzzles to see what you have to do, and there are only a couple where twitch movement is even at all necessary. Good timing is often important (learn to switch times mid-jump) but the game is overall pretty forgiving. You have unlimited lives and you always respawn at a convenient spot when you inevitably fall to your death (or fall into toxic waste, or die to a sawblade, or drown...). The closest thing to a fly in the ointment in that respect is the fact that the game only saves at chapter breaks. Chapters are short enough that I can't complain, but I don't recommend quitting out mid-level after just finishing a tricky puzzle.

The game is fully voice-acted, which was a pleasant surprise. Of particular note is Nicki Rapp voicing the snail: recently she's been in Broken Age as Dead Eye Courtney, and Walking Dead as Lilly (and let's never forget Psychonauts, of course). The inventor is played by Brett Dunnelly, who gives him a pleasantly crotchety character. The background music is thoroughly pleasant, providing an excellent enhancement to the game, easily manipulating tension. It's well worth picking up right on its own.

The graphics-- well, they hardly need mention, but that's not because of anything bad to them! The cartoony art is downright gorgeous both still and in motion, and the attention to detail is wonderful. I'll gladly hand in a few points of gamer cred to admit that when I saw that when the snail backs up, the little red lights on her shell flash, I squealed like a little girl. Osao definitely went the whole nine yards here, even in places where they could have cut corners. Before and After are never identical-- After's ruined world skews broken supports, twists platforms, grows every tree. The game is outright beautiful.

The story is, for its part, a bit unremarkable. I don't honestly mind that-- it goes well with the cartoonish art style, and it's quite well-told. I can't call it light-hearted, given that it starts with an apocalypse, but it's consistently upbeat. The story respects itself well enough to be played straight-- it's never smug or condescending. No, instead it's a perfectly servicable children's story, and there's a lot of charm to it.

The game itself is a bit on the short side, but it knows to get out while the going's good. While I think another level or two wouldn't have hurt the game, it never wears out its welcome.

(Review also available at http://www.gamesxtreme.com/article/4102/chronology-review/ , transcribed here with permission)
Közzétéve: május 12.
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9 emberből 8 (89%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
5.1 óra a nyilvántartásban
Almost everything about Chronology is fun. The voice acting isn’t over abundant, but it is solid. The music sets a decent mood while not being over bearing. The mechanics of the game are funky in the beginning, but you can get used to them. The puzzles and platforming give quite a challenge while not making you want to ram a keyboard through your monitor. All of this is welcome, but that just makes it all the more sad when the game comes to an end. It gave me a few hours of play with a great and satisfying story. I just wanted more. I guess that’s really my only complaint is that I wasn’t ready for Chronology to be over when it was. If they were to create a full scale game based off of this, I would pick that up in a heartbeat.

Full Review: TheVideogameBacklog.com

Chronology is a pleasant way to spend a lazy afternoon or three. The stew of world-morphing, co-op characters, time-freezing, delayed device effects, and character-as-platform give a lot of grist to the puzzle-making designers, and the light platforming keeps the experience from being a snooze. But bring a controller.

Full 2nd Opinion Review: TheVideogameBacklog.com
Közzétéve: május 12.
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6 emberből 5 (83%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
1.6 óra a nyilvántartásban
Please note that I'm writing the following critique from a stand point of an adult who's quite used to puzzle platformers. I can see how this game would be appealing to a younger audience or those new to the genre.

Except for the length. This is a very short game and I was able to beat it in less than 2 hours.

This game feels heavily underdevelopped. The time travel and time stopping mechanics are interesting, but very little is actually done with them. There are only two time periods that you can jump between (not too bad, but I've seen better) and very rarely did the actual passing of time between them come to play. More often than not, you might as well have been jumping between parallel universes or something along those lines.

The time stopping is also rarely utilized and with a handful of exeptions, usually to make stationary things that could have been stationary to begin with. Altough, looking back, I think I also missed a few opportunities to use this ability to make the timed platforming easier. Overall, I found that I mostly forgot about this ability and when it came to the puzzles, it was one of the last things I tried applying, unless the need was obvious.

Overall, the concepts in this game had potential. But I don't feel like they were fully realized. I was missing more inteplay between different mechanics and elements in the game. More use of the time travel aspect of this game about time travel. More mixing different mechanics in with the platforming.
Közzétéve: július 13.
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5 emberből 4 (80%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
2.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
This game is amazing. It is well thought out with a great story-line. The story line is set and understandable which creates a good atmosphere to get lost inside the game.

This game is a platformer with a puzzle twist to it. You have the power to change time periods, from the past to the present. You are accompanied by a Snail which is very much like Wheatley, annoying and provides witty remarks. The Snail has the power to stop time helping you pass most of the obstacles. You can switch characters with ease at the press of one button.

The controls are simple which makes it more about enjoying the game than learning it. The obstacles get tougher as you go along which may cause you to do some hard thinking.

I personally believe that this is a well thought outm enjoyable game and one of the most interested platformers I have encountered. I was mesmerized from the start, and voted for it on Greenlight. Once it was released, the owner contacted some others and I and asked if we would like to play the pre-release, also checking for bugs.

This game is well-worth your money if you're into platformers and puzzles. The gameplay within this is amazing and would gladly play more!
Közzétéve: május 10.
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2 emberből 2 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
2.0 óra a nyilvántartásban
A nice game with overall good puzzles thats definitely much too short for my taste. You can rush through it in about 2 hours and i think 10 bucks is a bit much for that.
The graphics is really well made, especially throughout the switching worlds. The story is not bad but could have used more than only three characters. Especially with the time travel ideas i think they could have done a lot more. I can only remember one occation where it really felt you had made an impact on a person - and even felt kinda bad for it. I would have loved if they had put in more of that but the story is pretty short and doesn't have any twists or turns.
So overall - nice puzzle platformer which could have done more

Közzétéve: május 12.
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2 emberből 2 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
2.0 óra a nyilvántartásban
First off, let me say, while I overall recommend this game, the only reason I wouldn't recommend it... it's too short. I finished it in about 2-2.5 hours, and that was with some futzing around trying to solve puzzles. If the length of the game is enough to deter you, then I'd let this one pass. Otherwise, read on...

The game is a platforming puzzle game that mimics the artwork and feel of Teslagrad, Vessel, and Limbo, but with the mechanics of something like Braid. You are an old man who wakes up in a strange place and need to figure out where you are. He discovers his lost timepiece and with it, the ability to control time. You use the device to travel between past and future, altering the world in ways that allow you to overcome puzzles and advance to new areas. You can interact with certain objects in the environment, carry them with you between worlds, and use them in the past to influence the future, etc.
This is inherently the difficulty in the game: figuring out how to manipulate the past to affect the future, etc.

About a third of the way in, you meet a snail companion, who also has an uncanny ability; he can stop time. Together, you must use your powers to help the other succeed.

The puzzles are clever and challenging, but nothing that will keep you too stumped. The platforming is ok, and sometimes it's a bit frustrating, but it's nothing that's too unforgiving or would make you want to put it down.

The music is pretty good and fits well with the game ambience.

If you don't mind a short game that's more pleasing with the visuals and music, then this one is worth a go. I might suggest waiting for the price to come down, but <$10 isn't too bad.
Közzétéve: május 13.
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2 emberből 2 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
1.0 óra a nyilvántartásban
Chronology is a fun puzzle platformer with a magnificent art-style. The game does a great job at slowly introducing new mechanics to the player, while slowly implementing already learned mechanics into the puzzles.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpRyhX5ITP0

I covered the release of Chronology recently on my YouTube channel. Feel free to check it out if you want some more thoughts and opinions.
Közzétéve: május 28.
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2 emberből 2 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
4.1 óra a nyilvántartásban
'Chronoglogy' is quite a gem. An expertly crafted platformer, the game boasts a beautiful art style to complement its sharp gameplay. The story is simple, but effective. An unnamed, elderly inventor is determined to find his shady mentor after one of the pair's contraptions causes apocalyptic destruction. Along the way, the inventor encounters a friendly snail with the ability to freeze time. Combined with the old man's penchant for traveling from past to present, the slimy companion introduces a unique gameplay structure.
The player alternates between the two characters in order to solve brilliantly designed puzzles oriented around manipulating time in order to alter the landscape and circumvent obstacles. The snail's shell serves as a movable platform that can be used to cross gaps, sawblades can be halted in mid-air, and impassible walls in the past become ruined structures in the present. Switching time periods in the middle of a jump can turn certain doom into a saving ledge or platform. These basic mechanis build and combine in interesting and challenging ways as the levles progress. One particularly creative head scratcher involves multiple time switches, an anvil, and flaming cannonballs, all to simply open a door.
The game's visual design is superb. Colorful character models and environments seem to pop off the screen. The bright wimsy of "before" transforms into the dark, dilapidated melancholy of "after." The contrast underscores the narrative's focus on regret and the consequences of terrible decisions. Puzzle construction also reinforces this relationship. In one of the game's shining moments, a decision made concerning a young child in the past has subtly profound implications in the present.
While the time spent in "Chronology's" world is welcome, it does not last forever. The entire experience can be completed in around 2.5-3 hours, leaving the player with a distinct-- and regrettably brief--brush with greatness. Osao Games should be commended for this effort, a game that merges artistic integrity and ambition with incredibly enjoyable platforming mechanics. Warning: "Chronolology" also contains blatant disregard for the laws of the space-time continuum.
Score: 9/10

Közzétéve: május 14.
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4 emberből 3 (75%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
4.4 óra a nyilvántartásban
Full review: http://www.canadiangamer.net/2014/05/12/chronology-review/

Chronology offers some interesting mechanics with it's two different playable characters and it's time manipulation. It's sad to see these not being used in very many intriguing ways though, as most of the challenges seems to be simple challenges, solving mild inconveniences in your path towards the right side of the screen. It does shine at times when it slows down to present you with one of its more inspired puzzles, requiring you to use your full arsenal of time-controlling powers. The world is made more interesting by its wonderful art style and lovely music, making progression through it's short 2-3 hours a joy for eyes and ears. I only wished my brain felt as stimulated afterwards.
Közzétéve: május 12.
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4 emberből 3 (75%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
1.8 óra a nyilvántartásban
Very short game I actually had to idle a bit to get last card after I finished it
Hand drawn aeshtetic is really nice and clean defined mechanics work but unless you get it somewhere in bundle or at least 75% off its not worth the current price (10 euros)
Közzétéve: augusztus 20.
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4 emberből 3 (75%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
3.4 óra a nyilvántartásban
This game feels like it was probably rushed to be finished. It's not bad, and for younger players this will be awesome. I think I expected more from the cool concept of stopping time and traveling through time - again probably a product of rushed timelines or lack of imagination.

Pros
Great concept
Art was pretty fun to look at and most of the time very well done
Loved the cannon exit door puzzle (needed more like that)

Cons
Character/Story Design very one-dimension (give your characters real names for pete sake! The ending was real lack laster - the disappointing payoff spurred me to write this review.)
Bland Puzzles (i think some were entertaining, but none went too far past simple platforming and bring this object back in time.)
Controls a bit awkward on PC. (I dont understand why the menu screens pull up so slow)



If you're looking for something as clever as Braid, this is not it, but it'll hold your attention for a few hours.
Recommend for Kids YES. Recommend for everyone else - eh maybe hold off til this goes on sale.


Közzétéve: május 25.
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4 emberből 3 (75%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
2.5 óra a nyilvántartásban
Great graphics, well executed controls. Neat time control mechanics. But...

Super short. Ultra linear, so virtually no replayability. I have 2 hours on record, and that's all there is.

The puzzles aren't even that puzzly (admittedly, the fire door was cool) and they don't scale in complexity--because the game is too short for that.

I bought it on sale, and I'm still disappointed. Try Toki Tori 2+ or Braid instead.
Közzétéve: június 25.
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8 emberből 5 (63%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
1.6 óra a nyilvántartásban
"A short, well told, smooth masterpiece with a great soundtrack, entertaining voice acting and mind boggling time travelling platforming puzzle action!"

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Közzétéve: május 12.
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1 emberből 1 (100%) találta hasznosnak ezt az értékelést
1.1 óra a nyilvántartásban
I really liked this game. It felt great playing as a little old engineer and his snail buddy.

It's short and sweet.

Also it has a nice soundtrack.

I liked the switching between two times deal and the snail being able to stop time.

I thought I was never get that old lady off the phone.

I recommend this game if you like puzzle platformers.
Közzétéve: július 11.
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