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Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time
7.4* out of 10

Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time

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keefbaker, Metacritic
2 November 2013
  • Summary: Puzzley adventure game with some platforming and nuts mechanics. It's enjoyable but not fantastic. If you want to play a humorous mad scientist game then yeah, you could certainly do worse.
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Funksatron, Metacritic
15 June 2013
  • Summary: A good concept, but so poorly executed that it's not worth playing. Physics based puzzles with inconsistent physics and interrupted by unusable controls. Seems to be aimed toward children, but I imagine they'd find it too frustrating to stick with. Poor graphics. Almost no appeal.
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JonesR, Metacritic
19 July 2011
  • Summary: There's fun somewhere in this game, but it hides beneath the highly inconsistent mechanics and physics. The result is a completely frustrating experience.
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Slappydavis, Metacritic
5 December 2010
  • Summary: While this game is certainly good, it is not at all a "great" game. For what it is, it is an appealing, if easy, puzzle game. I would recommend it to younger gamers, though anyone could sit down and enjoy the game.
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Murtle, Metacritic
16 October 2010
  • Summary: This game is light hearted and fun. Great for both a quick little play or a long gaming session. With its ability to cross genres and generations this game has something to offer all.
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Damostat, Metacritic
16 October 2010
  • Summary: Suitable for any age of gamer, Doc Clock insists on being one of the most fun adventure-platforming games of 2010. With unique and puzzling physics elements, easy to use controls and very interesting and innovative graphics, all combined with great humour from a cynical robot, gamers could do far...
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