Eliminate a temporal distortion to save mankind in Chronoclasm Chronicles, an adventurous journey through time.
Jane stumbles upon a time machine while visiting her late uncle's house. She dares to use it and unwittingly unleashes a temporal wormhole. Now, the future and the past begin to meld together within a time paradox, moving entire generations to different historical epochs. As the fate of humanity hangs in the balance, only Jane can try to stop it.
Follow Jane through time as she tries to undo the damage she's caused. Travel to 17th century France, ancient India, and the mysterious Mayan civilization to correct her mistake. Locate tools to unravel puzzles, play challenging mini-games to discover clues, and find yourself in situations never imagined. Can you avert this disaster?
Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Chronoclasm Chronicles today!
Avert a time travel disaster in this fantastic Hidden Object adventure.
Travel to 17th century France, ancient India, and the Mayan civilization.
Search multiple scenes within each chapter and solve challenging puzzles.
Use tools to dig deeper and uncover necessary items.
This was a fun game with the exception of the length & same puzzle over and over. When it became clear I was near the end.....could hardly believe it. Thinking surely there was more!
Clementine | Added on: August 2, 2012
Too much clicking because there was not enough click area for found objects. I'd click on something and it wouldn't select; e.g., a spear--clicking on one end of it would select it, but clicking on the other end of it would not. It's aggravating when you know that is the object you're supposed to find. Not enough story--too disjointed. Which may be an odd thing to say to about a time-travel game, but still. There was no real intrigue or mystery.
I got frustrated with this game very quickly. Even using the hint button, it was difficult to find the interactive areas that you could actually work with. There were a lot of spots that prompted an annoying text box at the top, but then you had to get rid of that in order to search for a spot that you could actually work with! If I could have just kept movihng, it probably would have been a good game. The puzzles that I did manage to locate were interesting and not overly difficult.
I played the entire game. Graphics were great. Puzzles were ok. Curser was a tad difficult on some of the objects. This was a really good game. However, I would not have spent the money to buy the game. I started this morning about 9:AM and finished around 11:30 A.M. Thank goodness for funpass. Truly very short and I am a middle of the road player. I take my time to look around, and play in a casual mode. I was atonished when I realised I was at the end and there were no more scenes to wade through. If you want a good game, but very short this would be a buy. If you are on game pass, by all means download and play..
Tried twice to play game. Hint button was erratic. Continuity was extremely bad. No flow at all. Waste of my time. Very poor game and very frustrating to try and play.
mavethrave | Added on: August 2, 2012
I've given this 3 trys and I can't get past the injured musketeer. I am barely into the game. It has very poor direction. I'm in a 2 scene segment and can't find any way out of it. It gives poor directions and the hint button is of no use. I'm not wasting any more of my time on it. I uninstalled it.
Summer | Added on: August 1, 2012
Good story, but I ran into trouble on the very first scene, the very first thing, couldn't find what to do without a walk through! (There's a box with keys on the wall). Even though I chose the easier mode, the "sparkle" to the interactive areas was barely perceptible, if at all. Mostly you hunt around the screen waiting for the cursor to change, but learn to do it SLOWLY. That ought to please folk who prefer a challenge. There is almost no walking to other areas, so you don't have to worry about navigation, but there sure are a lot of "now what?" moments. Sometimes the explaining text disappeared too quickly to read unless you were looking for it, while other pop-up text about what you hovered over took forever to go away unless you clicked on it! The clicks do have to be pretty precise, and some items are pretty small- instead of being able to see the whole object, often you could only see the very edge of what you needed. I didn't care for the mini game to set up the time machine destination, but it does let you skip after awhile. It seemed a lot more like a skeleton of a game than a whole fleshed-out game. its definitely very short as well. What was there had promise, though.
I used my fun ticket on a game before this and I actually paid for this HORRIBLE game. It was like one chapter. I was done too quickly. I will be sure to read review before buying anything else.
haley458 | Added on: August 2, 2012
Just as my title indicates, this game is very messy and seems as though it still had more than one run-through / touch-up before release, but someone just got impatient. I barely made it through 3 scenes before quitting -- recognizing that this would be one of those disasters that is more frustration than it's worth. The eye, commonly used for looking closely at item(s), is almost used as a mouse in this game. I couldn't figure out if I was supposed to keep clicking once it became an eye (like 1x for information, 2x to get closer or what). And their graphics are so bad it's like they recognize this, so the only way to make their H/O scenes at all challenging is to literally hide the majority of the items behind other items! I am NOT giving this thing more of my time that I will never get back, that's for sure.
Annoying music was the highlight. Disjointed. Like a book you keep reading thinking it can't POSSIBLY be this bad... it HAS to get better. It doesn't. I used Funpass... glad I didn't waste any $$ on this bomb
TAR671 | Added on: August 4, 2012
Hard to say anything good about this game, other than it is so bad that I quit before I had invested too much time in the game.
callmefilmgeek | Added on: August 2, 2012
This game is far too short to purchase. I think most regular HOG'ers could easily finish or nearly finish in the trial time. The story isn't interesting or new, the hidden objects are easy to find and the minigames are easy. Definitely skip over unless you're completely bored and just want to play an easy game.
emi1 | Added on: August 4, 2012
got stuck in the very 1st scene. don't know what happened. did what the hint button told me to, jst didn't work for me...
Cat_In_RV | Added on: August 1, 2012
This game behaves as if its creators do not have a lot of experience building games. It works--but not well. It's very slow to react to mouse clicks, so you don't know if you're in the right place or doing the right thing. Once I slowed down and left a couple of seconds between actions, it worked fairly well. The story line is pretty good: A young woman enters a time machine, goes back in time, and brings an artifact back, thereby disrupting the timeline and causing all sorts of mayhem. So of course she has to go to other places to find items out of time and put them back where they belong. The game is quite short. I played it in about an hour. There aren't many puzzles, but there are some sequences where you are required to perform actions other than finding hidden objects. If this is a first attempt, it's not bad. But if there are other games by this publisher, then there should be better construction. I don't believe anyone will want to buy it, but it's not a bad place to spend an hour.