Clock of Atonement – Odencat Inc.

Clock of Atonement

Clock of Atonement

Experience one of the top-rated Free games on the App Store, Clock of Atonement! Developed by the innovative team at Odencat Inc., this Adventure game provides a unique gaming experience like no other. With a content rating of 12+, it’s perfect for a wide range of players. Since its initial release on 29th April 2017, the game has seen numerous updates, with the latest version launched on 25th September 2023.

Are you a fan of Adventure, Role Playing, games? Then Clock of Atonement is right up your alley! You won’t be able to resist its appeal.

User Ratings of Clock of Atonement

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How Much Does Clock of Atonement Cost?

Good news! You can download Clock of Atonement on your iOS device absolutely free!

Clock of Atonement Release Date

Eager to know when Clock of Atonement first graced the App Store? It was launched on 29th April 2017.

When Was Clock of Atonement Last Updated?

The latest version of Clock of Atonement was updated on 25th September 2023, ensuring a more enjoyable gaming experience for all players.

Where Can I Download Clock of Atonement?

To get started with Clock of Atonement, head over to the official Apple App Store.


A Glimpse into Clock of Atonement

Clock of Atonement is a mystery RPG you can finish within 30 minutes.

In this game, you are a stalker who has killed the woman he loved.

A mysterious stranger has given you a clock that can turn back time, and you must return to your crime and manipulate objects around you to change the outcome and save her.

What will it take to stop your past self from succumbing to his darker nature?
A short game based on an original disturbing idea and with multiple endings.

What’s New in the Latest Update?

Find out what’s new in the latest version of Clock of Atonement updated on 25th September 2023:

Fixed crash on iOS 17

User Reviews on Clock of Atonement

Looking for more information? Read a comprehensive review of Clock of Atonement below:

Thought this is a simple game, it speaks wonders about human nature. We appreciate that approach to the sensitive topics in this game and turning it into an easier to understand idea for any age :) Im not religious but overall liked the message.

We dont see many rpg pixel games on phones so this was a delight.

We love all of this creators games, the first one we found was bears restaurant and it was really well made which drew us to the other ones.

This game was a bit hard when we has to do the part when we rewind time and forward it, but yet you make all your games good well great!!

In one word is greaaaaaaaaaaat and amaaaaaaaaazing too Your work is perfect our boy.

We love the game its five out of five stars we dont think its long enough though like the concept was very good. It was fun. The levels were challenging, but not challenging The way the game played was perfect but we feel like there should be different levels. We can do more stuff as different people who also found the clock. And the puzzle get more difficult. (:

Its very short but we thoroughly enjoyed it. Love the message.

We loved this game, it was so quick but it was really interesting.

This is story is sad but inspiring.

We really want to see if he redeemed himself or go back his past and try to get to gather with that girl and get a good happy ending for the both of them.

Its so hard but we finally figured it out, but other than that we love it.

We love it so much! But we want the game to be a little longer.

Enjoyable little game. Short, but impactful writing. The time rewind and forward mechanic is fun.

It took us literally two hours to figure it out.

The game mechanics of rewinding time are really interesting and fun to play with, but the game itself is really short, we beat both episodes in less than 20min. However our biggest complaint is the story, the point of the game is you’re trying to go back in time and stop yourself from killing a woman which your character has been stalking, and it just feels a little creepy at times. Also the ending is too ambiguous for our taste.

The story is too short and is not even meaningful. You wasted our time.

We just started playing through tall these Dev’s games & we gotta say they have pretty good storylines & can definitely stump you a little. We like em! Worth supporting, hope to see more!

We absolutely LOVE your games!! Please make more. We’ve probably played all the games you made thats like this and we loved every second of them! Keep up the good work!!

We love this game but we need to have more lives on tropical islands and on race tracks as things people and animals! It would be so cool :)

We love this! Its well made, it shows a good story, is cute and sweet, we usually dislike pixel games, but this is really good! We love how you could buy the second story for cheap, and if 1 dollar is too expensive you can watch ads! 10/10 amazing, thank you.

We truly enjoyed the game but it was so short. We were really getting into it so we paid the .99 to remove the ads. Only to realize we had basically finished it.

But this is definitely a puzzle worth figuring out! Not many games challenge you to do nothing when faced with saving a life. And thats part of this games genius! Sometimes in order to proceed correctly, you have to ignore all your glowing options and just… Let things be. And that proves to be the hardest thing to do in the post-Half Life age. In a world where you are always manipulating SOMETHING in order to solve a puzzle. Will you be able to solve it?

Ives never watched 20 adds for a game before. We dont even know what to say because everything about this game and this creator is worth it. Thank you for doing all of this. :)

(((Spoilers for Bears Restaurant))) In Bears Restaurant, the file on the guy in this game (Kazuya) said that he had no remorse for what he had done, and because of that, he was sent to the deepest part of hell: Nihility. This game, however, paints a very different picture of this man. Not only does he have regrets for what he has done, but going back in time resulted in him choosing to murder himself before killing that woman. On top of that, he had some sort of mental abnormality that resulted in his skewed perception of relationships/empathy. Im confused as to why he was sent to nihility (where his soul would be destroyed and unable to re-enter the reincarnation cycle) while the nurse who murdered far more (albeit for questionable/debatable reasoning) was sent back into the reincarnation cycle. And on top of that, in Bears Restaurant, he WAS murdered by the man outside (unlike in the good ending in this game), and Kazuya didnt understand why he was killed. In CoA, he DOES understand why he was killed and hopes that being murdered will help him atone for his sins. He talks about making up for what hes done throughout the entire game and holds onto that through his entire prison sentence, but hes like a completely different person in Bears Restaurant. We dont understand why this is. Which game is true to this Kazuyas timeline and character?

We cant watch the 20 ads to play the sequel. Ads dont work in any of your games. (i have good wifi and have had this app for six months) update?

We love devs games but they are very short.

Dont get us wrong, we like odd. This is a very short game but was worth it IMO. We even bought the bonus chapter after the end. Its a clever premise that could really be developed into an interesting game coming from a clever writer. We hope there are more games like this!

We’ve always been a fan of games like this. The puzzles, the story.. Everything about it was amazing. As someone who doesnt have money to spend on games, we really appreciate the fact that there was a way to play the bonus episode without having to pay for it. If youre reading this, you need to play this game!

Although very short (understandable as it is an indie game) the concept, the visuals and the storyline are awesome!!!! We loved playing this we just wish it was longer! Totally gonna look into other games by the devs.

Came across this designers games in the App Store and decided to give them a shot based on the 16 bit aesthetic and great reviews. Im going with the free, ad-driven versions because the games (at least this one) are really quick playthroughs and the short advertisements that are infrequently sprinkled throughout the game arent too intrusive. Theres not a whole lot to the gameplay here, really just some puzzle solving and choose your own adventure type stuff. But we found the whole thing rather compelling in its depiction of redemption and the lack thereof. Not a classic or anything but a nice little introduction to this gaming world. Im looking forward to Bears Restaurant next.

Ok so we have played all of your games and we loved them! They are awesome! Please make more! We have played all the extra levels and we dont know what to play anymore! Please please PLEASE make more story games thx. Btw our favorite game was bears restaurant love the storyline and the bright artstyle.

We l o v e your g a m e s, the music, the story, the decisions! All of it! (I really love Bears restaurant its so soothing yet sad, but also loving and we legit c r we e d)

Great game its a great game where a guy slowly finds that hes terrible we played this after BearsResto there both great games.

When it said we can unlock the next episode for free it said we have to watch 14 episodes for free and it didnt work for some reason we mean we did have internet.

You only get a very short amount of time to play the game then youre forced to either watch 20 ads or pay 1$ to progress. Waste of time.

Games we have found made by daigo have been quite interesting as well as entertaining.

Another master piece. We could go on about how we love this game, but we wouldn’t want to spoil the experience for anyone. All we would like to say is, although very minimalist in design (I know sprites take time to make we appreciate that), the game delivers very well. Unlike Bears restaurant there is a way to access the 2nd episode by watching ads. We suggested this before and appreciate to see it put within this game (Even though we know we wasnt the reason it was added).

We wish we could get the next episode free its a great game excluding the adds 20 to be exact to get the other free.

Simple and fun. We really enjoyed the story of this game despite being short.

We absolutely adore all of these games. Most of them had made us cry. Please make more levels or more games. Theyre dark stories but theyre so amazing and they have such amazing outcomes. These are the types of stories we write. We love seeing these come to life. These are definitely underrated.

We have just finished this game after playing Bears restaurant , Bluebird of Happiness, and Town of Tides. All of these games are the BEST game son the App Store. There is so much we love about these games, but if we had to pick, we think that the best part of these games are Diagos vision of God and his role in life. As a Catholic, we think it is really cool that the message of this game is that all sins, no matter how grave they can be, can be forgiven with God (God being the Clock of Atonement) we also like how there is an alternative to paying for the ending, which was similar to Bears restaurant (I spent 2 days feeding that stupid cat!) Anyways we think that all of Daigos games are worth trying out, because they all have a great, unforgettable story.

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