Windows - 1995
Also available on: Mac
Description of ClockWerx Windows
Clockwerx is a delightful action puzzle game of split-second thought and timing.
The plot: someone must journey into the inner workings of the great Clock of the Universe to repair it. The player must maneuver a spinning clock hand from one part of a grid to a gateway that leads to the next level. Over 100 exciting play fields include such obstacles as enemy clock hands, oil globs and spikes.
Overall, it's an addictive game that's not for the easily frustrated or for those who hate arcade elements in puzzle games.
Note: an interesting anecdote to the game is that it was the only game not designed by Tetris creator Alexei Pajitnov that had his "endorsement" displayed on the box. It was actually developed by Callisto Productions, a now-defunct small US company who later released the Windows version under the name Ultimate Spin Doctor, published by Expert Software.
Review By HOTUD
Comments and reviews
TWrecks 2015-04-23 0 point Mac version
This game should be revived as a smartphone app because it is deceptively simple. One button controls the spin stick, which you must navigate through the pegboard-like game screen in order to collect points and avoid spikes, flames, and sentient acid blobs. It seems easy, but each level is harder than the last, and as the speed increases your timing and reflexes are put to the test. Very addictive. It wouldn't take up much space to run, either, given the simple graphics and controls. Someone get on this!
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