Take a series of surreal landscapes, add the ability to alter time then drop in giant, menacing minion spheres, and the engrossing, rolling challenge of Chronovolt on PlayStation Vita is the result.
You play as a young woman named Jessica Chase in a steampunk adventure with a difference. Guiding a powerful ball known as a chronosphere around increasingly demanding levels, you’ll chase the manic scientist Scabious Claw across continents and through time itself.
Developer Playerthree has been influenced by H.G. Wells’ science fiction classic The Time Machine, as well as the impossible realities made famous by the artist M.C. Escher. So, as you hunt down the gateway that lets you continue your pursuit of Scabious, you might find yourself on winding, icy platforms high above Chinese mountains, pondering how to reach a key suspended in mid-air.
You’ll also explore levels with Mayan and futuristic influences as you roll through time, and what begin as simple pathways to navigate turn into intricate complexes that require a few moments to truly appreciate – and figure out.