TimeWatch is an innovative time bending 1v1 first person shooter where each player records time clones of themselves which they fight alongside against their opponents.
The goal of TimeWatch is to take out your opponent, but the way you do so is very different from any other FPS. Matches are very tactical affairs, with each player able to record time clones of themselves and then rewind time to fight alongside them.
You can have a maximum of three time clones at once, with older ones being rewritten by newer ones. If the enemy manages to kill one of your clones then you’ll be given a chance to save that clone in the next turn by killing the enemy that killed them (or via different methods such as grabbing the gun he used before he can use it to shoot your clone). It does sound a little complicated, but it makes sense when you see it in action (you can check out a video here).
It’s a very clever concept that turns the traditional first person arena shooter into an almost Chess-like turn based tactical experience as you attempt to maneuver your clones to create time paradoxes that help you save your clones and eliminate your opponents’. Sign up for the Alpha to join in the timeline twisting fun.
Special thanks to Hyrius for the heads up about this Alpha!