Review: Clock Simulator (Nintendo Switch)
Clock Simulator puts the player in the role of the clock itself to explore the concept of time in a whole new way and offer challenge, relaxation, or plain and simple fun. All that a clock needs to do is to advance precisely once every second.
- Clock Simulator has graphics.
- 96.9MB Download size.
- Full Touchscreen.
- How to play section.
- 13 modes- Game of shadows/Last pig standing/Clock fight/Dungeons and Aliens/Fragility of time/Its XYAB time/Spirits of time/Dawn til dusk/Pig got rhythm/Minute of perfection/Test your skill and time to go digital.
- Two player support and has two game modes.
- Can be played with controllers.
- A varied collection of games.
- Clock Simulator is a reflex/timing mini-games.
- You get a brief overview of the mode and what needs to be done.
- Clock Simulator is very basic.
- Throwaway experience.
- No leaderboards.
- Not a nice logo on the Nintendo Switch dashboard.
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessability - 8/108/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 6/106/10
Clock Simulator is a collection of mini-games and all come down to a simple game of reflexes or timing. Its fun at first and the modes do at least attempt to mix it all up. Thing is it all feels flat and unrewarding. It will surprise you with how much is in there and some modes do go quite deep. In short a great time waster!