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A jam submission

Incident At TimeCoView game page

You play as Jon. A mechanic working at TimeCo, tasked with stopping the machine ripping time into shreds.
Submitted by lurkinmcclerkin — 6 hours, 41 minutes before the deadline
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Ranked from 8 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Give a brief description of your game:
You play as Jon. A mechanic working at TimeCo, tasked with stopping the machine ripping time into shreds.

Music Provided by Gravity Sound & Kevin Macleod

What controls do you need to use?
Mouse & Keyboard - W, A, S, D, R, SPACE, and Left Click A to move left, D to move Right, Space to Jump, and the rest will be explained in-game.

How did you bring the theme of Time into your entry?
The player is able to age himself to complete puzzles. I had a lot of fun making the different animations for each age.

What was the most interesting part about making the game?
Implementing the different animations and character sprites in a way that meets the theme.

Anything else to add?
-Very rarely the player will get stuck in a looping transformation animation. Simply press 'R' to respawn at the last checkpoint. Also a big thanks to everyone who stopped by my Twitch stream to watch me make this.

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Interesting idea! I included it in my Games Plus Jam compilation video series, if you’d like to check it out. :)


I really liked this game, the mechanics are really cool and the different walking animations are a nice touch.  Details like having the player have a chance to get a hat or television were also great and made the game feel polished.  My only recommendation would be to make space throw newspapers, as the old man can't jump anyway.  Using the mouse feels a bit unnecessary, but this is a very minor gripe that is inconsequential.  Great job!


That is definitely a much better idea. Thank you.