I wanna take the Timemachine 2

Creator: Influcca

Average Rating
9.3 / 10
Average Difficulty
66.2 / 100
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26 Reviews:

hey i new to dis westide i wanna to say that iS GAME THIS MY FAVORETI GAME (sorry for my english:(

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Oct 15, 2016
great game it has a lot of good content for a fangame but the one concern if you are new to fangames is that it is a little wonky because there is a bigger hitbox and ducking shooting diagonal functions but over the game is amazing lots of good bosses and cool puzzles if you are leaniant with what/whatnot you think is a fangame you will definitely enjoy this one the reason this game is rated such a high difficulty is the final boss the final boss is really hard and come luck is required that also added to my overall review of the game/ this review is only temporary seeing the game isnt close to being finished yet i will update this when it is finished but this game is really good if you are looking for a game that involves a challenge while still being really fun this is a great game

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Rating: 8.3 83       Difficulty: 50 50
Feb 8, 2015
Brilliant abnormal fangame. It has different physics and game play than most fangames. The production value is awesome and the effort that went into this game is crazy. Influka is a very good game maker.

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Rating: 9.8 98       Difficulty: 87 87
Nov 6, 2017
Final boss ruined the whole experience.

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Tagged as: Adventure Avoidance Trap Gimmick Boss Special Long Puzzle
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Rating: 8.5 85       Difficulty: 75 75
Mar 6, 2017
A very unique fangame in both design and the engine. Unlike most fangames, Timemachine 2 features a brand new custom Kid sprite and different physics, alongside a variety of creative hazards, gimmicks and screen-shaking bosses.

Each stage has a completely different theme, as you'd expect from travelling through time. Each one brings a fresh new gimmick relevant to that stage which for the most part felt done pretty well. Apart from a few gripes with the Helicoper gimmick, nothing really got frustrating or felt clumsily designed, and I always looked forward to seeing what new theme I'd get to in the next stage.

One of the big elements of the game are the bosses. These tend to be on the learny side of things, often requiring a bit of thought into how to dodge and manipulate the patterns a bit. They all felt rather fun and engaging to play, without ever getting too frustrating (minus one boss but I'll get to that in a moment). I also particularly liked the different in boss design from each stage, and similarly to the stage design I always looked forward to seeing what would pop up next.

Arguably the most notorious part of the main game is the final boss, Veilac. This guy is a monster, with way more attacks than any other boss in the game and a hell of a lot more difficulty. It's very fitting really as a conclusion, but be very wary. Like previous bosses, a fair few attacks feel rather learny and may require some thinking to figure out, and others can be rather shaky to dodge in combination with the screenshake and constant Hollywood explosions. Definitely the hardest part of the main game, although very satisfying to beat and minus a couple of attacks in terms of learning gripes, I had fun.

Timemachine 2 is for sure one of the more unique fangames out there, and has a ton of production value to boast with alongside the fun and explosive gameplay. Definitely worth a try!

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Rating: 9.0 90       Difficulty: 67 67
Sep 5, 2018