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Clocker is a puzzle game about time. It stages a story between a father and daughter using a dual protagonists technique. By controlling two individual characters in turn, you will gradually solve puzzles, push forward the timeline and the adventure. The game features unique time mechanisms, an artistic hand-drawn sketchy style, thought-provoking puzzles and a heart-warming plot. A vexing and thrilling adventure awaits you!

Dual protagonists narrative

Control Father and Daughter separately to experience the complete plot from different perspectives.

Time pause!

Father's mysterious pocket watch is able to move throughout other characters' timelines in order acheive his ultimate motive, as a result changing the entire world.

Where's the Father?

Daughter's power can resume the twisted timelines, trace the clues and help her to find her Father.

Large and complex logic framework!

Each NPC has their logical structure. Every single change of the timeline will influence the entire plot.

Unique and delicate artistic style

The combination of 2D and 3D techniques illustrates a lifelike virtual world filled with characters that pop off of the screen and interact in detailed settings and backgrounds. Color plays a major role as different tones and shades represent time in various ways for an additional aesthetic experience.


Through time and space, love survives.

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Alternate Titles

  • "铸时匠" -- Simplified Chinese spelling
  • "鑄時匠" -- Traditional Chinese spelling
  • "クロッカ 〜時の旅人〜" -- Japanese Nintendo Switch spelling
  • "The Clocker" -- Microsoft Store page title

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