The first Clockwiser puzzle game was released in 1994 for the Commodore Amiga, CD32 console, MS-DOS and MS-Windows. The online version of Clockwiser was brought to you by Peter Schaap, Metin Seven and Laurens van Beurden.
Object of Clockwiser is to move elements (these include bricks, bombs, transporter units, self-generating diamonds and so on) around the left hand side of the screen and match them to what you see on the right hand side of the screen. This has to be done inside a limited time period.
Elements can be moved in a clockwise or counter-clockwise direction. To move elements around you must first create a rectangular path. To do this, take the mouse pointer to a spot in the playing area where you would like the path to start. Click the left mouse button and, continuing to hold down the mouse button, move the pointer to the position where you want the path to end. Release the mouse button and the path is set. Any block(s) within the path can now be moved. Next, take the mouse pointer to either of the two alarm-clock icons. Each alarm clock represents a direction: clockwise or counter-clockwise. Clicking on a clock will make all of the elements within the line of the path move a single space clockwise or counter-clockwise.
The link above is to the demo version of clockwiser and does not record any highscore or keep track of the latest level you played when you return. If you register your achievements will be recorded into the highscores, the level you reached will be remembered and you will be able to replay previously played levels. Happy Puzzling!
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