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If you could stop time, what would you do? In TimeStill, there’s no need to wonder. You get to stop time in order to obtain all these shiny things on your screen. You also get to jump on top of bullets to reach these little shards while dodging other harmful obstacles.

The game was created by Zack Banack, who has had a ton of titles under his name ever since he started developing games back in 2008. Some of his titles include the handrawn shooter, Paper Dreams and Cactus and Arthur Lee’s, Dunjin.

The game offers 24 levels that you can enjoy. As mentioned, your goal is to collect these tiny shards or shiny objects within a particular stage. However, it’s not as easy as pie. You’re going to need to dodge bullets, avoid being electrocuted and simply overcome other obstacles that are in your way.

Of course, just because these are considered “obstacles” doesn’t mean you can’t use them to your advantage. Pressing the Z key, allows you to stop time and freeze everything. Once the time has been frozen, it’s then possible to use the obstacles in order to reach the various tiny shards in the level.

In the end, the game is simple and the levels never really get super difficult so you can easily finish up the game. It is still worth playing though and perfect if you have about 30 minutes to an hour to spare.

Related Links:
TimeStill Official Website
TimeStill on Gamejolt
TimeStill on IndieGames
TimeStill on Game Maker Blog