I broke the time
I woke up today with a strange feeling. I looked in the phone and saw it is Wednesday. I made my coffee, looked at the calendar and saw it is Tuesday, opened the radio and listened to Friday's evening news. But I started suspecting when I got the Sunday's newspaper. Nobody gives Sunday's newspaper at Thursday, or was it Monday?
So, naturally, I rushed to the only person that might be responsible to it, Professor Timothy. When I reached into his lab, I found the source of the mess. Apparently, the professor had built a time machine out of gazillion of clocks! But it broke down, and broke the whole time with it! Now the professor has to gather back all the clocks, and rebuild his machine, to restore each day. Oh yeah, and there's something with a dark lord too. Will he manage to save the day?
Help the professor gather all the clocks on each day, to restore it. Use your favorite arrow keys / WASD to move and jump, and collect the clocks needed for each level. But be careful, because some clocks will spawn a time clone of yourself, which repeats your last second of action, and if you touch it you will create a time paradox, which is bad. The levels get tougher really quick, and you'll need a couple of tries to beat each one (I must admit, I didn't defeat the dark lord).
It seems that Ticklebot has done some of its homework. The similarities to The Case of Scary Shadows are pretty clear, but it got more polished. And there also some nice features added (Daily challenge anyone?). Too sad it looks and feels too much like The Case of Scary Shadows.
I broke the time is a pretty good game, and I hope next time the creator will make something as challenging and fun as this, but with new original idea.