Yon Paradox is a first-person action-puzzle videogame based on a time machine which, at regular intervals rewinds the time, without changing the player location.
At every time jump a new yourself will be born, and he’ll replicate all the actions you previously did. The player objective is to solve mini-puzzles in order to collect “YonGears”, required to fix the faulty virtual dimension, which is causing the recurrent time rewinds.
In doing so, the player needs to avoid being detected from his alter egosto not cause mortal space time paradoxes, creating a sort of “multiplayer against yourself”. As the game progresses, multiple alter-egos will be present at the same time, gradually increasing the difficulty.
The player is able to freely move in the 3D space, and he can also grab or activate objects.
The player has to reach the final roomwhere he can stop the faulty time-machine, that is causing the dimension to time-rewind every 3 minutes.
In doing so, he has to collect enoughYonGears to unlock the doors which grant access to various sections of the virtual dimension, to reach the final room.
Every 3 minutes(or 2 ad medium difficulty, and 1 at hard), a time-rewind occurs. When this happens, the player location is preserved, but the time goes back to the beginning. A new clone of the player is generated, which will repeat all of his actions, as he did previously.
The player will have to avoid to be seen from his clonesat all cost, or he will cause a mortal time-space paradox, causing the game over.
To obtain YonGears, the player has to solve little puzzles. Every puzzle solved will give a YonGear as reward.
Source: The Developer Website.