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Clockwork is Available Now on Steam

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Clockwork is Available Now on Steam

Jt was announced by Gamesoft, that its breakthrough debut game, Clockwork, is available now for PC on the Steam Store. The Mac OS release will follow in the coming weeks.

Check out the launch trailer of Clockwork, showcasing the games’ features:

“Clockwork is available today for just US$14.99, with an additional 20% launch week discount to reward fans for their continued patience and support throughout Clockwork’s development.

Gamesoft’s Managing Director, Vishal Gumber, commented on the occasion, “We’re beyond thrilled to finally give fans their chance to explore the world of Watchtower that we’ve crafted in Clockwork. More than two years of development, as well as an incredible outpouring of support from the community, has led us to this point – and we’re very excited to get the PC release out of the gate.

“A big thank-you to all the feedback from fans and media who’ve spent time with the game – we’re committed to delivering a clever and compelling game and look forward to future platform releases.”

“Promises a touching narrative and challenging time-manipulation puzzles.” – IGN 
“This is another promising greenlight Game…. Looks good!” – _ Jim Sterling 
“Wonderfully realized art direction and solid world-building”  _ APN – Kieran Salsone

Clockwork is…

…a story about unlikely friends coming together to try to fix an imperfect world.

…a time-bending puzzle-platforming adventure story.

…set in the great mechanical city of Watchtower, where the last survivors of a great plague have found shelter within metal walls and metal bodies.

What if you could go back in time, to before everything changed?

Clockwork is the story of Atto, a lonely mechanical boy in a great mechanical city. Atto lives amongst the factories that run day and night, fixing the machines and people that constantly break down. But then the trusty pocket watch he has owned for four hundred years suddenly wakes up, introduces itself as Milli, and gives him a quest. Milli says she can fix the city once and for all.”

For more information on Clockwork, visit its Steam page.

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