Still Time, a puzzler about time travel & temporal physics, hits PS4/PS Vita next week

Check out Alan Zucconi’s eccentric new mind-bender, out 29th August

Hey, I’m Alan Zucconi and for the past few years I have been working on a game called Still Time with Fabio Consorti and Gavin Harrison.


Still Time is a puzzle game about time travel and temporal physics, set in a unique environment which blends pixel art with 3D graphics. Playing as the main character, you will have full control over the flow of time. This power allows you to rewind time, interacting with the younger selves from previous timelines. With this unique ability, you can solve puzzles and overcome obstacles that would otherwise be impossible. Still Time is a single player game in which you play with (and against) yourself.

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The story of how Still Time came to life starts in 2012, with a short prototype I made in Flash. Not long after that, I was visiting SIEE’s headquarters in London, where I had the chance to pitch my idea for a much bigger game. Still Time now features more than 40 levels, each one challenging your understanding of time and space in a different way. The story itself spawns over different timelines, making the entire game the ultimate level that you will have to solve.


The game is planned for release on 29th August. Cross Buy is included: players will receive copies for both PS4 and PS Vita.

3 Author replies
Anakin_Skywalker 21 August, 2017 @ 16:15

Loving the look of this!!!


Thank you so much!

It’s a mix of 2D and 3D, blended with some shader magic!

I hope you’ll like it!

Thanks for bringing you game to Vita, I will buy it day one!


Thank you!

I’ll be more than happy to hear what you think about it!

nukualofaperson 21 August, 2017 @ 20:39

Looks lovely. A thinking man’s game.


Thank you!

Primer – The Game

It looks fun but my only problem is the graphics… but i’ll give it a try if it gets a demo or good reviews.

Amazing!!! I can’t wait to play


The prototype was everything I wanted in a time travel game, and I’ve been patiently(ish) awaiting the day I’d get more. So glad it’s finally time.

supersmith2500 28 August, 2017 @ 13:10

Hate to tell you but the Vita version is really broken. Here’s why:

31.95 for an indie with around fourty levels? Sorry mate you are dreaming. At half the price I would think twice. Now it turns out there is bug on the vita version. Looks cool though, I will revist it post patch, when on sale.

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