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MMGN (Oct 23, 2010)
Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time might just be a platformer with a single gameplay twist, but it is one that works well. Though there are flaws in the execution of the concept, the originality, along with the stylish presentation which gives the game some character, contribute to an experience well worth paying for.
GameZebo (Nov 05, 2010)
Doc Clock is really clever stuff, bursting with personality and neat ideas. A few little niggles here and there mar an otherwise cool and sophisticated indie release, and one that you should definitely considering delving into.
NZGamer (Feb 03, 2011)
Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time should provide a good 6-7 hours of play, depending on how often you use the Time Slider, and is available as a download for around $13.00. Casual gamers: if you’re looking for something a little different - with bags of character, that will challenge your wits and reflexes (and test your patience!), then this is well worth a look-see.
Impulse Gamer (Feb, 2011)
Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time is available via Steam that is quite affordably priced. It will take most seasoned gamers around 5 hours to complete but newcomers to this genre will easily get another 2 - 3 hours of out it. By taking your time and attempting to reach new destinations, thanks to the puzzles, it will definitely keep you enthralled and will lengthen your gaming experience. This is not a bad game at all!
ZTGameDomain (Feb 24, 2011)
Doc Clock is a decent game with some frustrating parts due to the camera and wonky movement. The dialog between Doc and his talking backpack provides the game with decent humor. Even with the problems that I had with the game, I was always willing to give it one more go, and it kept me fairly entertained for a good 4 to 5 hours. When things work, it can be enjoyable, but when they don’t (and this happens a good amount) you’ll find yourself becoming frustrated many times over. It is a good concept suffering from poor execution. Still, for $10, you can get some enjoyment and, maybe, a few Steam achievements out of it.
Gameplay (Benelux) (Oct 29, 2010)
Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time van Stickmen Studios is een knotsgekke platform/puzzlegame waarin je de verstrooide uitvinder Doc Clock en zijn geschifte robot Sack kan controleren.