The Last Clockwinder

Great automation puzzle game with light story and addictive record-and-loop mechanics

Strong sides:

  • Great environments and quite original idea
  • Addictive gameplay mechanics
  • Level-switching system that requires you to gain resources
  • Very easy to learn and play
  • High quality controls and look&feel

Weak sides:

  • Might be a bit monotonic but still addictive
  • Lack of changing environment while switching levels

Summary and conclusion:

Really nice relaxing game with puzzle elements and interesting reward and progress system. It defenetely have some Maskmaker vibes with totally different mechanics. Recommended for the audience who loves this kind of games :)
The Last Clockwinder

Rating: 5 from 5 - strongly recommended!

Game is available on:

PC VR (STEAM)Quest Store
Tested on:
Oculus Quest 2

Performance and cross-buy information:
STEAM version have some performance issues on Mid-level systems due lack of OpenComposite support while playing on Quset through Airlink

Review by: Pheonics

Official game trailer and our gameplay footage

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