For Time Loader players, this guide is to help you learn what you could’ve missed during your playthrough, some hints on what to look for is provided
Light guide on the endings (spoilers included)
Hello time travelers,
As you may already know, there are multiple endings in Time Loader that depend on decisions you make throughout the entire game. According to our stats, you’re most likely to get the Ending B on your first playthrough. Don’t ask us how we know that — we’ve got a Time Machine!
So we decided to make a small guide and help you learn what you could’ve missed during your first (or any subsequent) Time Loader playthrough. We won’t tell you the exact steps on unlocking all of the endings, just drop some hints on what to look for in your next playthrough to help you achieve the other two (..?) endings.
Here we go!
- Most importantly: the elements listed below may be interacted with over the course of several acts. Follow the progression of events carefully!
- The videotape may or may not be protected from erasure. Guess how this will affect the future!
- A manipulator can be found in the attic. Perhaps something can be done with it at some point in the game.
- Family is important.
- The toy robot can be rescued. At least out of robotic solidarity.
- The lattice to the kitchen can be unscrewed way back in Act 1. It may come in handy later.
- The time capsule in the basement could be useful. Try to find it in Act 2 as well.
- Save water!
- If you opened a window in the first act, don’t forget to check the consequences later
- Fixing the computer and writing a readme is the duty of any self-respecting robot
- Adam’s parents’ safe can be found in all three acts, and each time it can be useful in some way.
- Those obscure symbols you find across the game have their own unique purpose. Gotta catch ‘em all!
- Take a close look at the final screen with the endings – it shows how many items have you discovered and interacted with.
Now these are all the tips you’ll get from us. Be sure to let us know if they helped you. Now go back in time, and we’ll see you in the future!