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New Updates for Clock Simulator Announced

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New Updates for Clock Simulator Announced

Clock Simulator, is a new minimalist game made by Kool Things designed to take the player out of the stream of mundane stressful tasks and distractions, get them in tune with their inner rhythm, and provide a moment of mindful playtime. The game was launched in July 20th of 2016 and now the developers announced that new updates are being made for the game to adjust it, and deliver the best experience possible to the player.

Check out the trailer of Clock Simulator, showcasing the platform in which the game is available:

“The game, launched thousands who Greenlit it on Steam for PC’s with Windows, Mac OS, and Linux to very positive player response. Gamers worldwide appreciate the game’s unexpected depth and surprisingly addictive, meditative gameplay.

Clock Simulator is a minimalistic rhythm game. It puts the player in the role of the clock itself to explore the concept of time in a whole new way and offer challenge, relaxation, or plain and simple fun. All that a clock needs to do is to advance precisely once every second. Second, after second, after second, after second… Sounds simple enough? But could YOU take over and do it? Calm down. Relax. Focus on your inner rhythm. Click once a second. Every second. You are the clock.

Key Features:

  • A unique concept of a clock-based rhythm game: you are the clock
  • Controls so simple you could play with your eyes closed
  • A variety of play modes and themes ranging from meditative to arcade
  • Option to unlock modes and themes you enjoy to play them at your own leisure
  • Cute little pig

Clock Simulator is Kool2Play’s yet another step towards a gaming experience that brings about a pleasant feeling of relaxation and a little mindful break from your mundane tasks.”

For more information on Clock Simulator, visit its Steam page.

 

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