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Bend Time To Your Advantage on Stadia

Time in video games is a valuable thing. Unlike in the real world where it proceeds in a linear fashion, in a game it may speed up, slow down or even go backwards. There are some games where controlling time becomes a crucial and fascinating game mechanic. The best of these integrate your time travelling powers with both characters and narrative to create a compelling experience.

This list includes 2 games from the last 5 years, with 7 likes. They come from a range of different genres and play-styles and are all good games if you want to manipulate time to win.

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PEGI Ratings: PEGI 12+
ESRB Ratings: ESRB TEEN
Genres: Action, Adventure, Creative, Narrative, Open World, Role-Playing and Shooting
Total Likes: 7

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Superhot

Rating: PEGI 12+, ESRB TEEN

Release Date: 25/02/2016, updated in 2019

Platforms: Mac, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, Stadia, Web Browser and Xbox One

Genres: Action and Shooting

Developer: @SUPERHOTTHEGAME

Players: This is a single player game

Superhot is a shooting game with a twist. Time only moves forward (bullets, enemies, damage) when you move your character. This is still a violent game, in fact, in slow motion, it feels more violent.

Nanotale - Typing Chronicles (Series)

Rating: Not rated by PEGI or ESRB

Release Date: 23/09/2019, updated in 2020

Platforms: PC and Stadia

Genres: Adventure, Creative, Narrative, Open World and Role-Playing

Developer: @FishingCactus

Players: This is a single player game

Nanotale is an adventure game where you type to progress through a magical planet on the brink of extinction. You play as Rosalind, a novice Archivist, in a journey to study and catalogue the mysteries of the dying planet. Your goal is to gather rock &...


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