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The Bulletin Of The Atomic Scientists created a doomsday clock after World War Two. The clock has never been lower than it is right now. It's 100 Seconds To Midnight. 100 Seconds till the end of the world.


No Monsters

No Ghosts or Demons

No Dark, Rainy Nights

100 Seconds, 1 Decision 

As Real As It Gets 


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100 Seconds To Midnight (Windows) 84 MB
100 Seconds To Midnight (OSX) 89 MB


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love this :):):)

Just what I needed to brighten my day! This is a gripping well executed short gaming experience that brings much needed attention to one of the most important organizations in the world. I think this is the peak of gaming as a media form! I refuse to pick the other option in the game. GJ.

Played this on Mac M1 I made a choice, on second attempt no choice ;)

Played this for myself and quite enjoyed it, really makes you think about your actions 



Amazing game, had to replay to get the outcome of the other choices too.

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What to do?!?! I made a choice ! OH man lol. Game here: 

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So apparently, I'm not a good person. But the experience is great. My only gripe is the fact that the game bombards you with multiple dialogue segments for the choices you make. I would rather have 1-3 long dialogue segments instead of 5-6 short segments. Otherwise, an interesting experience.

Here's my channel for other games I have played. https://www.youtube.com/c/Levont

It is amazing how you can create a tense gaming experience without even being able to move. Nerve-racking experience. Keep up the good work! 


Pretty fun short game, as always from Matthew ager. You pump out new games like it was your last day lmao. excited to see what you come up with next.

Made a video.

Thanks so much! I try to push myself as hard as I can, but with highschool starting back up It might be a bit slower!


Kind of controversial game Matthew! 
I was really fond of the monologue in the game, I do love when the developer takes some time to really understand the material and get it trough the player. Although, not many would like this type of gameplay, but for me it was more of an experience and quite good one. 

Keep up the good work! 


Ya I figured I would challenge myself, never tried doing a story/narrative focused game! One of the hardest I've had to work on despite being simple from the technical perspective. I'm glad you enjoyed! I got a lot of inspiration from an Exurbia video