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Clock Tower

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Platform: SNES
Tags: Adventure, Graphic, Horror
Developer: Human Entertainment


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Staff Reviews

Clock Tower review

Reviewed July 31, 2007

Sho says: "Considerably more obscure than its PlayStation sequel, the original Clock Tower nevertheless enjoys a cult following today thanks to an unofficial English translation. And why shouldn’t it? You’ll explore a roomy old house, engage in a healthy bit of kleptomania, and struggle to escape the blades of a misshapen serial killer."
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Reader Reviews

Clock Tower review

Reviewed January 26, 2013

maboroshi says: "Terrible Controls, Confusing camera angles, limited saves, limited ammo, cheap thrill scares, does anyone know of a game made before all that became mandatory in a horror game, well I do: Clock Tower, is it any good? please read the review and find out what I think. "
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