Indie Platformer Time Loader Releases March, Pre-Orders Now Available

Indie Platformer Time Loader Releases March, Pre-Orders Now Available

Time Loader

Developers Flazm and publishers META Publishing have announced the pre-orders of their award-winning indie platformer, Time Loader. The game will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

Watch the trailer below:

Change the future – Warp back to 1995, a time of square screens and clunky keyboards, as you fulfil your mission to change the future and help your creator avoid a life changing accident. Playing as a homemade RC car robot you must make decisions that can drastically alter the future, so please meddle with the timeline responsibly as you will experience alternating endings depending on what you change.

More than just a retro aesthetic – From wireless to wired. Experience a setting filled with nostalgic technology and furniture as you explore your owner’s childhood home, the scene of the incident. Traversing this 90’s maze, you will need to upgrade yourself to overcome the obstacles in your way, utilising homemade items to form harpoons, boosters, screwdrivers! Solve intuitive, physics-based puzzles to progress as you keep in mind the things you alter as you go.

Time Loader was originally launched on PC where it was met with immediate success, winning multiple rewards that included Indie Blast: “Best Gameplay” award 2020 as well as the Unfold Games: “Best Level Design” award 2021.

Time Loader

Key Features:

Subverted perspectives – Even the most familiar objects look different when you’re the size of a toy car. Will you watch your every move or dive head-first into this dangerous new world?
Dynamic and branching narratives – Don’t just relive the past: change it! Every choice you make will influence the story and may lead to a different outcome. So do us a favor: change the past responsibly!
A complimentary dose of nostalgia – Time Loader features music, references, and items straight out of the ‘90s. Relive your childhood or, if you’re too young for it, just gawk in awe at how primitive humanity used to be back then!

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