Clockwork Gets An October Release Date For PC


Gamesoft’s debut title Clockwork is finally coming to PC next month! It will be available on the Steam Store worldwide on October 10, 2016 with the Mac OS release to follow shortly after. It will be available for $14.99, with an additional 20% launch week discount to reward fans for their continued patience and support during the development process.

This has been a long awaited game for many fans, proven by a very successful Greenlight campaign. It was greenlit after just two weeks and attracted more than 6300 votes along with hundreds of comments of support from the community. Its final rank on Steam Greenlight was a booming #8 out of over 2200 titles! People can’t wait to get their hands on this unique journey.

So, just what is Clockwork about? Clockwork is a time-bending puzzle-platforming adventure story. Try saying that five times fast! It takes place in the great mechanical city of Watchtower, the last sign of civilization in a world destroyed by a deadly plague. The city of Watchtower is separated vertically into districts: Poisonville, Grindtown, Crystal Heights, and The Spire. You will explore the city, discover its mysterious past, control time, and fight terrifying bosses.  Clockwork features over 60 hand drawn, steampunk-inspired levels! Here is the latest trailer:

Underneath its unique gameplay, Clockwork is a story about unlikely friends coming together to try to fix an imperfect world. You will play as Atto, a lonely mechanical boy whom fixes machines and people that constantly break down. His trust pocketwatch named Milli suddenly wakes up after 400 years, telling him that she can fix the city once and for all. Milli is a mechanical masterpiece and was created by Zepto, Atto’s long lost father, in hopes that she will help guide him to his son. Together, Atto and Milli are the last hope for humanity.

October can’t come soon enough! Are you looking forward to Clockwork? Let us know in the comment section!

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