Published on February 23rd, 2023 | by Adrian Gunning

The Last Clockwinder Out Now For PlayStation VR2!

Indie developer studio, Pontoco is thrilled to announce that their peaceful sci-fi adventure, The Last Clockwinder is out now for PlayStation VR2. Available for $24.99 USD, this award-winning title offers boundless mysteries to uncover wrapped within an evocative story on PS VR2 launch day.

Awards for The Last Clockwinder include Meta Quest store’s Best Game of 2022, Hardcore Gamer’s Best VR Game of 2022, Upload VR PCVR Game of the Year 2022 and being a finalist at the DICE Awards in both VR categories.

The Last Clockwinder is a puzzle automation game about making synchronized contraptions out of your own clones. Players take on the role of Jules, a young woman determined to repair an ancient clocktower shrouded in mystery. Upon discovering a unique pair of gloves, you are bestowed with the power to create clones that can be directed to achieve various tasks that automate. Orchestrate a humming, intricate network of robotic clones to help with things like growing plants, harvesting resources and synthesizing new seeds, all of which lead to the eventual reinstatement of the Clocktower.

Working with your newly-created assistants to save the Clocktower, discover voice memos from childhood to piece together your complex past and protect your home.

  • Automate everything! Perform simple tasks by hand, and then use the gloves to loop each task on repeat.
  • Team up with yourself! Coordinate your clones to create marvels of precision teamwork or hare-brained Rube Goldberg machines.
  • A cozy sci-fi world! Tackle things at your own pace in a gorgeous setting inspired by watchmaking, sci-fi, and the natural world.
  • Rediscover your connection to the Clocktower: Piece together your complicated past as you work to save your childhood home.

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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