You're Grounded! is a short graphic adventure that takes place in a single room and with an insufficient amount of time to solve all the puzzles, that is why you will need to travel in time in order to extend the time you have and solve puzzles with the help of several yourselfs.
You play as Martin, a genius kid who is grounded by his mom. When the door closes behind you, mayhem begins. Another you from the future came with a strange device and a warning: A bomb will explode in the next minutes, the only way to stop it without leaving the room is shooting a bolt with de odd device he carries, the Quantustatic Motor. But the motor is broken, you must fix it quickly and save the day. To accomplish this, Martin from the future gives you the Time Machine, another malfunctioning device that only allows you to travel to a past time in which the machine has been turned on, nor the future, nor the distant past. The puzzles you must solve to fix the Quantustatic Motor requires mastery in avoid paradoxes and collaborate with your other selfs.
The system was kept simple, all the actions are performed via cursor. Roll over to see a description of the object and click to interact with it. The interface is as clean as can be and all its always in sight, without the need to open floating windows.
This is a short game because of the amount and difficulty of puzzles, but can be as long as your ability to mess things allows it. When the final second is reached the bomb will explode, of course, but since it's a graphic adventure you will not die nor lose your progress (as long as you don't restart the game or close it).
Here's a list of some the things you could find in this game:
· A list of things to collect (seriously)
· A genius boy who can't contradict his mother.
· Over-twisted and ridiculous plot for such a small game.
· Nice tiny flat graphics and cute animations.
· A cat.
· Inefficient Time travel with a most inefficient Time Machine.
· A Quantustatic Motor (A.K.A the Macguffin).
· A turtle.
· A big explosion.
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