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The objective of the puzzle is to turn the seconds on each clock in the grid to zero. Tapping on a clock turns it back by 15 seconds, but it also turns back the four clocks adjacent to it in the grid. There are three modes of play:Training Mode - Learn how to play the game in training mode by solving simple puzzles with tips and hints.Classic Mode - You get 36 minutes to solve the puzzle. Think that's plenty of time? Think again - each move costs you half a minute so choose your moves wisely. The higher the level, the more moves the puzzle needs and the harder it gets.Arcade Mode - In this mode the clocks change at regular intervals while you solve the puzzle. The time interval between clock changes decreases after each stage. The board for each stage is randomly selected.The 36 Minute Puzzle is an addictive game with simple mechanics and great graphics. Play a quick game while you wait for the train or spend hours on it at home - with six different difficulty levels and twelve randomly generated boards, no two games are ever the same. Go ahead and tickle your brain!!!Copyright 2009, Samir Roy

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