Later today, all North American PSN users will get full access to our new title Time Machine: Rogue Pilot. Today, I’m finally going to answer one of the most popular questions: Time Machine: Rogue Pilot’s classic (yet innovative) gameplay, multiplayer features, and extra modes will be available for as little as $6.99!
To celebrate our big day, we’ve reached out to members of the development team to learn what they like most about the game, what are they especially proud of, and what they think PSN users will most like. Here are their answers.
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Good news everyone! Although we nearly got lost in our time-travelling adventures here at Lesta Studio, we finally made it to the finish line – Time Machine: Rogue Pilot will be launched in PlayStation Network in less than two weeks. You guys will get a chance to get your hands on the game on March 13, and we’re all looking forward to hearing your comments. And we’ve got more good news: Those of you who are not quite sure if our game is good enough to spend a couple of bucks on it will be able to try the game demo – it will go live along with full game on March 13th.
Still not enough? How about Trophies? Time Machine: Rogue Pilot features a total of 11 Trophies, including bronze, silver, and gold. Below you will find the complete list of our Trophies. Be careful of spoilers, and please do leave your thoughts in the comments!
Today is the big day as we’re releasing an official preview video for our upcoming PSN game Time Machine: Rogue Pilot, and you awesome people who read the PlayStation.Blog have a great opportunity to be the first ones to watch it! The video reveals some gameplay details and is supposed to help you get some better understanding of what our game actually is and what it looks like.
But a new video is not enough, is it? That’s why I’ll reveal some more details and cover two big questions with this blog post: what this game is and what it is not.
Time Machine: Rogue Pilot is a Match3/hidden-object game with a number of innovative features, including unique mechanics of repainting tiles instead of replacing them with each other.
Hi everyone! The best thing about my first post on the PlayStation.Blog is that it’s an announcement! Our very first PS3 title Time Machine: Rogue Pilot is in the final stages of development and will be available in PSN later this spring (hurray!), which is totally exciting for our studio.
Time Machine: Rogue Pilot combines all my favorite elements from the “match three” and hidden object genre, combined with full HD graphics and a great soundtrack. Your task is to time travel through different eras to fix the past and save he future!
First, some backstory! The Time Machine was built by a genius professor for the good of humanity, but it was stolen by a fellow named Jack, who has an interest in bringing destruction to the world. He jumps from one era to another and creates chaos to the timeline. While playing for Ilona, a young girl who was brave enough to chase Jack, you’ll have to collect special crystals in match-three missions that serve as fuel for your Time Machine, enabling you to jump from one era to another.
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