September 30th, 2012
This month’s crop of games pushed, pulled, slowed, stopped, and jumped in time. Here we’ve got games of all kinds, from playing multiple timelines to bird chirping to trying to move a clock backwards.
Now let’s take a look at these 9 games:
TimeSpace, by Jake L
Shoots at ships with the advantage of reversing time to escape their bullets.
TwinFreeze, by Darren Daley
Survive an ever increasing amount of enemies by freezing them in place
TimeWheel, by MegaBrutal
Adjust the gears of an extraordinarily complex system in order to get balls to the goal.
Wartime, by Mrop
A turn based strategy game where you must take over planets, playing alongside previous selfs each turn.
The Ultimatum, by LostTrainDude
Embark on a stealth adventure in which you must literally manipulate a clock.
Poopy Monk Run, by Aditya Vijayakumar
Create trails of poo while avoiding your opponents poo, with the added twist of time reversal.
Towa Towa, by Aaron Oldenburg
Surprisingly educational game about ‘bird racing’ in which you must judge which of two birds chips a target amount of times.
Paradox Grandfather, by Samuel Garcia
Complex game where you fight battles in two time periods that affect each other.
Chronolabyrinth, by Oana
Navigate a darkened maze while trying to avoid being randomly jumped back in time.