Chronoclasm Chronicles

Jane stumbles upon a time machine while visiting her late uncle's house. She excitedly uses it and causes a temporal clash. The future and past start to meld together to create a time paradox. The fate of humanity hangs in the balance and only Jane can stop it! Travel to 17th century France, ancient India and visit the mysterious Mayans to correct the time paradox and save the world in this engaging hidden object puzzle adventure.

I used Funpass It has very poor direction. I take my time to look around, and play in a casual mode. There's a box with keys on the wall. If you are on game pass, by all means download and play.. I will be sure to read review before buying anything else. I'd click on something and it wouldn't select; e. If this is a first attempt, it's not bad. I barely made it through 3 scenes before quitting -- recognizing that this would be one of those disasters that is more frustration than it's worth. It's aggravating when you know that is the object you're supposed to find. Very poor game and very frustrating to try and play. I don't believe anyone will want to buy it, but it's not a bad place to spend an hour. I'm not wasting any more of my time on it. I was done too quickly. I played it in about an hour.

Which may be an odd thing to say to about a time-travel game, but still. I take my time to look around, and play in a casual mode. It seemed a lot more like a skeleton of a game than a whole fleshed-out game. It has very poor direction. I didn't care for the mini game to set up the time machine destination, but it does let you skip after awhile. It gives poor directions and the hint button is of no use. Even using the hint button, it was difficult to find the interactive areas that you could actually work with. Curser was a tad difficult on some of the objects. There is almost no walking to other areas, so you don't have to worry about navigation, but there sure are a lot of "now what? I think most regular HOG'ers could easily finish or nearly finish in the trial time. The puzzles that I did manage to locate were interesting and not overly difficult. I was atonished when I realised I was at the end and there were no more scenes to wade through. Definitely skip over unless you're completely bored and just want to play an easy game.


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It seemed a lot more like a skeleton of a game than a whole fleshed-out game. It's very slow to Chonoclasm to mouse clicks, so you don't know if you're in the right place or doing the right thing. It was like one chapter. I was done too quickly. If this is a first attempt, it's not bad. I don't believe anyone will want to buy Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist, but it's not a Leahs Tale place to spend an hour. Very poor game and very frustrating to try and play. I am NOT giving this thing more Chrinoclasm my time that I will never get Chronoclasm Chronicles, that's for sure. No flow at all. Sometimes the explaining text disappeared too quickly to read unless you were looking for it, while other pop-up text about what you hovered over took forever to go away unless you clicked on it! There was no real intrigue or mystery. The music is very repetitive, and sounds like a calliope or organ grinder. Chronoclasm Chronicles though I chose the easier mode, Regency Solitaire "sparkle" to the interactive areas was barely perceptible, if at all. I think most regular HOG'ers could Age of Mahjong finish or nearly finish in the Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist time. I didn't care for the mini game to set up the time machine destination, but it does let you skip after awhile.

SE players have standards too LOL and this game doesn't do it for me. Very poor game and very frustrating to try and play. I will be sure to read review before buying anything else. It gives poor directions and the hint button is of no use. The story line is pretty good: A young woman enters a time machine, goes back in time, and brings an artifact back, thereby disrupting the timeline and causing all sorts of mayhem. I think most regular HOG'ers could easily finish or nearly finish in the trial time. However, I would not have spent the money to buy the game. Objects you need to pick up and use are not just in the HOS but scattered around the locations, and puzzles are not always obvious initially, for example in one instance, MILD SPOILER you need to dry a map, and you have to try over and over to get it dry because it keeps blowing away. Even using the hint button, it was difficult to find the interactive areas that you could actually work with. I was atonished when I realised I was at the end and there were no more scenes to wade through. If this is a first attempt, it's not bad. There aren't many puzzles, but there are some sequences where you are required to perform actions other than finding hidden objects.

There aren't many Chronoclasj, but there are some sequences where you are required to perform actions Chronoclasm Chronicles than finding hidden objects. There is no voiceover. It's aggravating Sparkle 2 you know that Chronolasm the object you're supposed to find. There were a lot of spots that prompted an annoying text box at the top, but then you had to get rid of that in order to search for a spot that you could actually work with! Sometimes the explaining text disappeared too quickly to read unless you were looking for it, while other pop-up text about what you hovered over took forever to go away unless you clicked on it!


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I started this morning about 9:AM and finished around A. I couldn't figure out if I was supposed to keep clicking once it became an eye like 1x for information, 2x to get closer or what. Curser was a tad difficult on some of the objects. There was no real intrigue or mystery. Hint button was erratic. It has very poor direction. Which may be an odd thing to say to about a time-travel game, but still. I'm not wasting any more of my time on it. Objects you need to pick up and use are not just in the HOS but scattered around the locations, and puzzles are not always obvious initially, for example in one instance, MILD SPOILER you need to dry a map, and you have to try over and over to get it dry because it keeps blowing away. There aren't many puzzles, but there are some sequences where you are required to perform actions other than finding hidden objects. It gives poor directions and the hint button is of no use. It was like one chapter. I will be sure to read review before buying anything else.

4 thoughts on “Chronoclasm Chronicles

  1. I think the gameplay is old school and not done very well at that. Thank goodness for funpass. I'm in a 2 scene segment and can't find any way out of it.

  2. I couldn't figure out if I was supposed to keep clicking once it became an eye like 1x for information, 2x to get closer or what. The story isn't interesting or new, the hidden objects are easy to find and the minigames are easy. I am barely into the game. The graphics are very clear and hidden objects are simple enough to find, but people are cartoonish. Definitely skip over unless you're completely bored and just want to play an easy game.

  3. The cursor changes to an eye when you are supposed to look at something, however, if you skim too quickly over it, the eye will pop up and then disappear, and then you're stuck scrolling around looking for the exact pixel that will make it pop up again. I started this morning about 9:AM and finished around A. It's aggravating when you know that is the object you're supposed to find.

  4. There were a lot of spots that prompted an annoying text box at the top, but then you had to get rid of that in order to search for a spot that you could actually work with! There was no real intrigue or mystery. Curser was a tad difficult on some of the objects.

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