Turn Back the Clocks is a series of games that I have developed for the 0h (Zero Hour) game jam. The objective of the game jam is to develop a game during the autumn time change, so development starts at 2am and ends at the same time, 2am. For the last two games, I have improved upon the game after the competition is over.
Turn Back the Clocks 3
This game was a space shooter style game. The objective is to destroy all of the flying clocks. This game was developed for 0hgame jam 2016.
Turn Back the Clocks 2
This was a simple game where you press each of the clocks to set the time from 2 o’clock to 1 o’clock. The color of the clock changes from red to green as you press them. The clock reverts back to its original state after a period of time. This game was developed for 0hgame jam 2014.
Turn Back the Clocks
This was the original Turn Back the Clocks game for 0hgame jam 2013. The was no real objective, but you could move around the hands of the clock with the arrow keys.
東京都地下鉄シミュレータ (Tokyo-to Chikatetsu Shimureta) is a simple simulator of the Tokyo Yamanote Line (山手線). I wanted to use the eki (駅) jingles in a game. There are options to toggle the map and toggle displaying the eki (駅) names. This was my first time using multiple viewports in a game. There is an overhead view showing the entire line, and a smaller window showing a closeup of the densha (電車).
I have made a few updates to the game. The station name is now called out by voice at each station stop. Station names now displayed in kanji. I reworked the internals of how stations are stored.
One Gunman is the game that I originally created for Ludum Dare 28, which was my third time participating in the 48 hour challenge. It’s hard to believe that was almost three years ago. After adding multiple enhancements, I put the game on Steam Greenlight a year ago, and yesterday I finally got the good news that it has been Greenlit for Steam. I appreciate everyone’s support for One Gunman and my other games! Stay tuned for the upcoming Steam release!