Improved and remastered for mobile devices, players follow the journey of a brilliant, Einstein-esque inventor and his mechanically-inclined snail as they reshape the outcome of their world. Chronology is free to try, with the first three in-game chapters available to download on the iOS App Store at no cost. Players can choose to unlock an additional five, longer chapters for a one-time in-app purchase of $2.99 USD. Additional chapters are also planned to be incorporated into the mobile version at a future date.
Chronology begins as its protagonist — the Old Inventor — awakes with no memory among the desolate remains of a world once teeming with life. Upon discovering a time travel device, the inventor sets out to restore the timeline with the help of a talking snail who can stop time. Mixing classical fantasy with retro-futuristic elements, players will control both characters to solve the game’s intricate puzzles, switching between the beautiful, idyllic past and the dark, dystopian future.
Chronology has had a turbulent history. After the original developer closed its doors in January 2014 (after the game had been Greenlit by the Steam community), a dedicated team of developers formed Osao Games to continue the game’s development. Chronology debuted on Steam this past May, and was selected as one of the eight finalists for the Nordic Game Indie Sensation Award.
To download Chronology on iPhone and iPad, visit the iOS App Store at itunes.apple.com/us/app/chronology-time-changes-everything/id880110462.
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