Time-traveling detective game Crime O’Clock launches in June

Time-traveling detective game Crime O'Clock launches in June

Crime O'Clock

Publisher Just For Games and developer Bad Seed announced a release date for time-traveling detective game Crime O’Clock.

The new multi-dimensional detective game is launching for Windows PC (via Steam) and Nintendo Switch on June 30th. A physical edition is planned for Switch, too.

Here’s a rundown on the game, plus a new trailer:


ALERT! ALERT! TIMESHIFT CONTINUUM AT RISK! Prevent crimes before they happen! It’s Crime O’Clock! Investigate cases through time and evolving maps by unveiling a multi-eras linked story. Will you be observing enough to solve the mysteries? Crime waits for no man!


As a time detective, your job is to solve crimes through time that should never have happened! Each map has multiple time markers to visit and use to resolve different cases of hacking, murder, theft, and much more. But a common thread of strange events is developing over the centuries…

An ever-changing map

Something or someone is trying to disturb time, find it! A HUGE zoomable map for each era is the playfield for the deductions and the search for clues. YOU must proceed with a deductive method to combine the missing pieces. By resolving cases the map changes and new adventures are unlocked.

EVE – Tools and the help systems

As you can see, it’s a point&click game; the only skill you need is your fully functional brain to unplan crime! You will not be alone in your job: EVE, an advanced AI, will help you, providing guidance and tools. Using EVE’s system, you have new ways to find clues and evidence: deductive sessions alternate with action and puzzle mechanics for a complete user experience. During your adventure, EVE will upgrade its systems, unlocking new features…

Explore five different ages

During the investigation, you will explore five different ages:

  • Steam Age, with automata, crazy inventions, and gothic mysteries
  • Atlantean Age, with its magic crystals and its peaceful and utopian civilization.
  • Information Age, based on the real city of Milan in Italy, the developers’ hometown.
    It features some of the most iconic buildings such as Duomo di Milano, Castello Sforzesco, The Last Supper and many more!
  • Lost Age – the sands of time hide mysteries and technological marvels
  • Aeon Age – bright lights, ruthless corporations and underground struggles – all hi-tech!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *