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Welcome to the time-bending world of ChronoClock, the thrilling adventure from Purple Software. After inheriting a memento from his grandfather, Rei Sawatari finds himself wielding the ability to turn back time for five minutes via a pocket watch. It's a power that holds the key to endless opportunities as well as unfortunate fates...
Next in line to manage a large corporation is our protagonist, Rei Sawatari. He inherited one very important item from his grandfather, the pocket watch. A mysterious power lurks within that pocket watch.
'The power to go back in time five minutes.’
It's a power that he can use as many times as he wants, but it's somewhat difficult to make use of.
If he uses it well, then there's no telling what he could accomplish. He could even save the world... but he shouldn't need to do anything amazing like that.
Our protagonist is just a boy who became a time traveller in order to have fun adventures every day.
Rei Sawatari created a list of cute girls, who he confesses his feelings to one after another, then he uses the power of the pocket watch to turn back time, investigating the girls who might be interested in him without any risk.
After school, on a day just like that. A girl falls from the roof of the school building, splattering against the ground.
When he turned back time to find out what on Earth happened, he found the first year girl, Suzuki Miu, who was right in the middle of confessing her feelings to his best friend when Rei walked in at the worst moment.
Miu was an extremely shy, brilliant, and unlucky girl, And all her courage just to tell someone her true feelings.
Our protagonist; Who could only tell someone his feelings with the help of the pocket watch, was deeply impressed by the girl's determination and decided to help her so that her second confession would succeed.
That was the beginning of their bizarre three-way relationship.
At the same time, the protagonist must gather up the courage to confess his feelings to one of the other heroines.
This is only the prologue to Rei Sawatari's story.
For this campaign, we are giving the fans a chance to create an opportunity for Chrono Clock to have the proper high-quality limited edition merchandise it truly deserves. This includes a brand new Kickstarter-exclusive big box like other Sekai Project games in the past have received, as well as a fully translated out-of-print fanbook, tapestries, CDs, and much more.
Producing limited edition physical merchandise is a very expensive endeavor, but with Kickstarter, we can guarantee the needed minimum limited run costs and the fans can have a choice in premium rewards and delivery methods, as well as have the chance to create all new items through requests and suggestions. Based on interest and success, items can be added to previous pledges or into Backerkit. This is the chance for all the fans of Purple Software and visual novels to determine how much of a collector they are, as it's all up to you to tell us what you want and make it happen!
The translation and production of the game is already financed and well underway, and the game is projected to be released in January 2017. If not, we'll just release it five minutes late and use the pocket watch; you won't know the difference.
There will also be a Denpasoft version which will be distributed by our good friends at Nutaku! The physical version is the Denpasoft edition of the game, but you will also get the Steam and Nutaku download should you go physical. We got you covered!
Purple Software is a visual novel developer of the highest caliber, with titles such as Mirai Nostalgia and Amatsutsumi to their name. They have been an active and popular name in the industry for nearly 20 years, and Chrono Clock is among the very best work they have produced. The talents in charge of Chrono Clock includes scenario by Mikage of D.C. Capo fame, and stunning artwork by Tsukimori Hiro.
Sekai Project is a start-up group located in Los Angeles, and focuses primarily on localizing Asian visual novels to the English speaking market through platforms such as Steam, PSN and mobile. Their previous works include Fruit of Grisaia (Frontwing), Clannad (VisualArts Key), and NekoPara (NEKOworks). They also publish other genres of games, and currently have more than 30 games on Steam, as well as a manga publishing branch.
And friends, there will also be a Denpasoft version of the game distributed exclusively by Nutaku!
Risks and challenges
We've already secured funding for the game to be fully translated into English, this campaign is focused on producing physical goods so there is little risk of backers not getting their items.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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