Whether playing alone or with up to 8 players on a single device, Clockwork offers free fun for all ages. Test your knowledge about world history and funny trivia facts.
Clockwork provides playful learning and a free multiplayer party fun.
In movies like "Back to the Future" or "Terminator" mankind altered the past and the future. Now its up to you to repair the time and restore our current reality.
• 5 stages (3 free)
• 75 level (45 free)
• 15 categories (10 free)
• up to 8 players in multiplayer duel on a single device (3 players free)
How to play our quiz/trivia?
In singleplayer there are three game modes:
1. Order the event-cards
The card on the top of your screen is your card which has to be ordered in the list below.
The card in the list is the first list-event.
Drag and drop your card-event above the existing list-event, if you do think your card occurred earlier, than the already existing list-event.
Drag and drop your card-event below the existing list-event, if you do think your card-event occurred later, than the already existing list-event.
Confirm your decision by clicking the green button. But be aware that time is running out.
If you are right, your card-event will stay in the list.
If you are wrong your card-event will get kicked out.
After that you will get your next card-event. Be aware that you could also place a card-event between two list-events.
2. Find the wrong list-event card
Click on the list-event you do think does not fit in this list. Try to find as many wrong list-event cards as possible (3 rounds). Confirm your decision by clicking the green button.
3. Order existing events
Reorder existing list-events. Confirm your decision by clicking the green button.
Choose your avatars (=amount of players) and name them in the field below.
After clicking the play button the first player has to order his first card-event above or below an already an existing list-event (like in Singleplayer "Order the event-cards"). After that it's the second players turn.
In the multiplayer-settings you can choose how many card-events should be placed by each player.
In the first round each player gets 1 point for each card-event placed right. In the second round each player gets 2 points; in the third round each player gets 3 points and so on. The player who collected more points than any other, wins the multiplayer duel.
If you choose the setting "Last man standing" each player who makes a mistake gets kicked out.
In the multiplayer-settings you can also choose which categories should be played.
Have fun with our newest quiz/trivia game and also try our other multiplayer games (Quisr & Photo Quisr)!
If you do find any bugs or errors, plz send us your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.