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MacintoshElectric Playground (Jul 06, 1995)
Buy this game for your beloved Mac. There aren't enough good games for your computer, you might as well dignify it with the inclusion of something truly great. I'm telling you, Mr. Patijnov knows how to make 'em. Are you brave enough to play 'em? Actually the question should be; are you smart enough to play 'em? Don't answer that till you've played through a few levels of this.
WindowsScore (Apr, 1995)
Hra ClockWerx je graficky provedena velice precizně a zvuky a hudba jsou také na poměrně slušné úrovni (i když můj názor je ten, že hudba u takovýchto her by měla znít spíše z beden hifi sterea). Na závěr musím uvést snad jeden z největších "dostatků" této hry, a to je ten fakt, že bezpochyby rozvíjí představivost (a také trpělivost) a působí (jako většina logických her) pozitivně na naše mozkové závity.
WindowsPC Gamer (Jul, 1995)
If you've got some time on your hands, you just might want to take a look at Spectrum Holobyte's latest puzzler, Clockwerx, where you play the part of a spinning clock hand and make your way through fiendish, mazelike screens. (--Mark Pitcavage)
WindowsAll Game Guide (1998)
(Ultimate Spin Doctor)
Unfortunately, there is no way to save your game in mid-play, so be sure you have quite a bit of time set aside before you start a game of Ultimate Spin Doctor. But, be warned! You really will get addicted to playing this fascinating, frustrating and fun game.
WindowsComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Aug, 1995)
As action puzzle games go, this one is a cut above average. It requires both analysis and hand-eye coordination, but avoids the trap that the majority of arcade games fall into – it actually gets harder, rather than just faster. I recommend it for anyone frivolous enough to keep a Games menu in WINDOWS, and for anyone who needs a little diversion...without wanting to lose track of time.
WindowsAll Game Guide (1998)
If you're a fan of Alexey Pajitnov and his work on Tetris, save yourself the aggravation of ClockWerx and go play the classic instead. The problem is that ClockWerx doesn't really support its name.