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Clockwiser (Windows)

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This remake of the puzzle game from 1994 replaces the graphics and sounds with new enhanced assets, and adds the level sets from all previously released versions, as well as custom ones. The main game screen is vertically split at the middle in two fields of the same size, and the objective is to make the left one identical to the one on the right. The fields are filled with multicolored blocks, bricks, bombs and other interactive objects.

The player has to modify the left field to match the referential one at the right, by making a rectangular selection on the screen and moving the objects within clockwise or counterclockwise with the two buttons at the bottom interface. Some of the items have special proprieties when moved: falling bombs explode and destroy surrounding blocks, and diamonds duplicate themselves when dropped, with the new gems occupying the available space. Metal blocks and sandstones are obstacles and building blocks that can't be moved. Pairs of teleporters act as portals, making the blocks disappear and reappear instantaneously on different places. The block with a red arrow pointing upwards nullifies gravity, making the blocks float. There is a limited undo button that reverts any wrong move, but can only be used a set number of times defined by the difficulty level.

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Clockwiser Windows "Brick transport"
Clockwiser Windows Title screen
Clockwiser Windows "Easy enough?"
Clockwiser Windows Original levels

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Macs Black (77784) added Clockwiser (Windows) on Feb 22, 2010