AWARDED GAMES "Amateur Division"

Honorable Mention
Chrono Bastille

Amateur Division Honorable Mention

General Description

Title Chrono Bastille
Platform PC
School Kobe Institute of Computing - College of Computing
Winner's name Shin-ichi Kawazoe

Reason for the Honorable Mention

The contents directly tackle the theme of time.
I was surprised at the factor that not only the world is stopped but only the player himself/herself stops.

The number of stages is small, but it seems that the developer carefully thinks stage gimmicks and I had a very good impression on his attitude to create a game worthy of playing under a simple rule.

Hiroyuki Sakamoto
Sega Games

Work Introdution

Action puzzle game where the player goes into a labyrinth with a pocket watch that can control the time.

The player uses the function of stopping not only the time of the surrounding but also that of himself/herself to overcome various obstacles to go forward.

As the player goes further into the labyrinth, a complicating stage which raises the difficulty level appears and the impact confuses him/her.

Though the rule is simple, the idea of stopping the time of player himself/herself is marvelous.