Clock of Atonement is a mystery RPG you can finish within 30 minutes.

In this game, you are a stalker who has killed the woman he loved.

A mysterious stranger has given you a clock that can turn back time, and you must return to your crime and manipulate objects around you to change the outcome and save her.

What will it take to stop your past self from succumbing to his darker nature?
A short game based on an original disturbing idea and with multiple endings.

What’s New

Version 1.9.1

Added Korean language translation.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
784 Ratings

784 Ratings

p13cch ,


I have just finished this game after playing Bear’s restaurant , Bluebird of Happiness, and Town of Tides. All of these games are the BEST game son the App Store. There is so much I love about these games, but if I had to pick, I think that the best part of these games are Diago’s vision of God and his role in life. As a Catholic, I think it is really cool that the message of this game is that all sins, no matter how grave they can be, can be forgiven with God (God being the Clock of Atonement) I also like how there is an alternative to paying for the ending, which was similar to Bear’s restaurant (I spent 2 days feeding that stupid cat!) Anyways I think that all of Daigo’s games are worth trying out, because they all have a great, unforgettable story.

HaveAJoyousDay ,

I’m a bit confused

(((Spoilers for Bear’s Restaurant)))
In Bear’s Restaurant, the file on the guy in this game (Kazuya) said that he had no remorse for what he had done, and because of that, he was sent to the deepest part of hell: Nihility. This game, however, paints a very different picture of this man. Not only does he have regrets for what he has done, but going back in time resulted in him choosing to murder himself before killing that woman. On top of that, he had some sort of mental abnormality that resulted in his skewed perception of relationships/empathy. I’m confused as to why he was sent to nihility (where his soul would be destroyed and unable to re-enter the reincarnation cycle) while the nurse who murdered far more (albeit for questionable/debatable reasoning) was sent back into the reincarnation cycle.

And on top of that, in Bear’s Restaurant, he WAS murdered by the man outside (unlike in the good ending in this game), and Kazuya didn’t understand why he was killed. In CoA, he DOES understand why he was killed and hopes that being murdered will help him atone for his sins. He talks about making up for what he’s done throughout the entire game and holds onto that through his entire prison sentence, but he’s like a completely different person in Bear’s Restaurant.
I don’t understand why this is. Which game is true to this Kazuya’s timeline and character?

Billy Vidrine ,

A very dark little surprise

Came across this designer’s games in the App Store and decided to give them a shot based on the 16 bit aesthetic and great reviews. I’m going with the “free,” ad-driven versions because the games (at least this one) are really quick playthroughs and the short advertisements that are infrequently sprinkled throughout the game aren’t too intrusive. There’s not a whole lot to the gameplay here, really just some puzzle solving and “choose your own adventure” type stuff. But I found the whole thing rather compelling in its depiction of redemption and the lack thereof. Not a classic or anything but a nice little introduction to this gaming world. I’m looking forward to Bear’s Restaurant next.

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