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Friday, December 21, 2007


Clock Tower's Secret is a platformer in which players have to figure out a way to reach the exit portal by activating the correct switches to rotate the entire world towards the direction shown by the blue arrows.

Hold the Z key to zoom out, and tap the C key to jump. Press the X key when your character is next to a switch to activate it. Developed by ssi for a recent Three Minute Game competition.

Name: Clock Tower's Secret
Developer: SSI
Category: Platform
Type: Freeware
Size: 1MB
Direct download link: Click here
3 Comments:
Blogger Mochi said at 12/21/2007 11:07:00 AM:  
it looks a lot like another project from which we saw only a trailer, maybe a year ago.
Can't find the name back. But it was very similar : black and white, silhouettes, smoke everywhere, rotating level, pieces of machinery...
Blogger Mochi said at 12/21/2007 11:08:00 AM:  
found ! http://www.limbogame.org/
Anonymous x_x said at 12/22/2007 02:07:00 AM:  
Well, looks stylish, but when does it get interesting?