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The Central Clock is a barrier.

A barrier separating the two rivalling countries, Zethania and Palymr.

But when the clock breaks, war is on the verge of starting any time.

You were suddenly transferred to the Ithel Continent by an strange mage after being instructed to fix the problem at hand... but the clock hides a secret in its history that no one knows...

Now it's your turn to decide.

Which side will you choose?


  • Free
  • Changeable protagonist's name
  • Gender neutral
  • A few CGs
  • > 40,000 words
  • 3 bad endings and 1 good end
  • Completed

Can you solve the clock's mystery?

Updated! (1.1): Fixed wrong pronouns in the game.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, Android
Release date Jul 12, 2018
GenreVisual Novel, Adventure, Interactive Fiction, Simulation
Made withRen'Py
TagsAnime, Detective, Fantasy, Magic, Mystery, Story Rich, Time Travel
Average sessionA few hours
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


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TheClockChronicle-1.1-win.zip 127 MB
TheClockChronicle-1.1-mac.zip 125 MB
TheClockChronicle-1.1-linux.tar.bz2 130 MB
TheClockChronicle-1.1.apk 131 MB

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I like this kind of visual novel. good job.

Thank you vita12! Glad you enjoyed it!

This is a fun read and play.  I have one complaint though and that is that there is no mention of the protagonist gender before the game starts. It would be nice to know.


Hello Icarlc, 

Thanks for playing the game! Regarding the protagonist, it was intentionally made so that the protagonist is you yourself, and their gender your gender. (But perhaps that left it more ambiguous...?) Honestly, while creating the game, I viewed the protagonist as female, but tried to make it more universal. Thanks for the comment, though- I don't plan to make a genderless protagonist next time.

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Not so much that I was asking for a change. Just that it felt weird seeing my predominantly male name being referred to as "her".  Not that there is a problem with it, just a bit of a shock. Moreover, if anything actually needs to be done (Not saying it has to be) just a simple statement that the protagonist is female.

WAIT WHAT. There's a "her" referred as the protagonist!? Crap. Gotta fix that. Thanks for telling me. (It's supposed to be genderless)

Anytime, I am glad I could help you.