Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink Image
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  • Summary: Delve into this exciting detective adventure game with a steampunk twist. Strange earthquakes are causing the worlds cities to crumble to ruin. The brilliant Dr. Ambrose Ink hopes to expose the underlying cause of this phenomenon, but he needs the assistance of his longtime friend, AgentDelve into this exciting detective adventure game with a steampunk twist. Strange earthquakes are causing the worlds cities to crumble to ruin. The brilliant Dr. Ambrose Ink hopes to expose the underlying cause of this phenomenon, but he needs the assistance of his longtime friend, Agent Evangeline Glass. The heroine will have to storm the castle of the General Engineer of Gottland to find out the truth and stop the cataclysm. Expand
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  1. 40
    Clockwork Tales’ inconsistent tone, lack of self-awareness, and generally poor presentation let down an otherwise standard example of the genre, which means you’ll need to be a really big genre fan to derive much value from this.
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  1. May 15, 2017
    4
    The story is so naive and plain. The puzzles are extremely ordinary and nothing thrilling. This game is purely point-and-click experience.The story is so naive and plain. The puzzles are extremely ordinary and nothing thrilling. This game is purely point-and-click experience. The only good thing is the its art and easy platinum Expand