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Timespinner is a well-made 2D Castlevaina-like and metroidvania-style action adventure indie game developed by Lunar Ray Games and published by Chucklefish. The game was inspired by classic ’90s video games, such as Castlevania, Mega and Star Ocean.
Timespinner adopts the same gameplay and systems as Castlevania. Its graphics is the classic pixel style from the SFC/SNES and PS1 eras, but very elegant. It has a huge story background like Star Ocean, the gothic architecture like Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, as well as Megaman X’s intense gameplay and experience, and offers multiple difficulty levels for players to choose from. In short, Timespinner seeks to weave these elements together to create a wondrous and familiar world for the player.
After its glory days, the Castlevania series lacked sequels and went further and further when it moved to 3D. As a Castlevania-like game, Timespinner pays homage to Castlevania perfectly, includes almost all of its familiar elements without feeling out of place. Of course, compared to Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, it still has a big gap in music, atmosphere, props, flow, and character setting, but it has been very mature and perfect. After all, the game’s art, programming and design came from the same person – Bodie Lee.
// Key Features //
- Control the Timespinner to bend time to your advantage, evading foes, using them as platforms, and solving puzzles
- Discover a lovingly-crafted, beautiful pixel art world and uncover a rich story universe
- Explore both the past and present of Lachiem, from grand medieval castles, to sparkling serene lakes, a bustling metropolis and even a space-age laboratory
- Clobber enemies with Magic Orbs which grow in power the more you use them
- Befriend mysterious Familiars and train them to aid you in battle
- Take on challenging boss battles with an emphasis on skill, timing, and dodging
- Locate hidden areas and treasures through secret walls and platforming puzzles
- Invite a second player to join the adventure by controlling Lunais’ Familiar in local co-op mode
- Compelling story across two timelines by the narrative designers of Silverstring Media — find hidden clues, uncover the past, and change the future!
- Rock out to a gothic PS1-style soundtrack by Jeff Ball (composer for Tiny Barbarian DX and violinist for Steven Universe) with retro SFX by Power Up Audio (Crypt of the Necrodancer, Celeste, Into the Breach)
- Full gamepad support on Windows, Mac, & Linux
// Official Demo Video //
// Edition Statement //
AppNee provides the Timespinner multilingual portable full registered versions for Windows.
// Tips //
How to unlock the Nightmare Mode:
- Enter normal mode, and start game
- In game, press Start, then input “NIGHTMARE777” in the password
- Exit the current mode, then you can enter the Nightmare Mode
// Download URLs //
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