TimeO [X360/PS3 – Cancelled]

TimeO [X360/PS3 – Cancelled]

TimeO is an action game developed by ZootFly, announced in 2007 but then dropped off the radar. First announced soon after ZootFly’s Ghostbusters prototype it has seen little in the way of press coverage since the first flurries of activity related to its announcement. The official web site has not been undated since February 2007 and a few video game news originations released articles in May 2008 disclosing that Brash Entertainment was the publisher of the title but Brash Entertainment has since shut down operations. An official announcement of the titles current status has not yet been released by ZootFly so it is assumed to be currently without a publisher and stuck in development hell. [Infos from Wikipedia]

As we can read from the official site:

Zed Condor, an urban explorer and Violet Munro, an investigative reporter get trapped deep in the shadow world of a parallel New York. The city itself is a giant war machine threatening to wipe out our world. They have three days to stop it.

TimeO is a daring and upbeat action adventure about two diehard New York City urban explorers. They discover an entrance to a parallel world in which an army of enslaved people is building replicas of cities in order to launch a Trojan horse invasion on Earth and other worlds.

There’s the exploration spirit of unknown worlds, the audacity of the greatest movie adventures, and the roughness of gritty urban TV series.



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10 thoughts on “TimeO [X360/PS3 – Cancelled]

  1. Nick D


    I agree 100% Terminal Reality botched their version of GB Royale. Zootfly can almost never get any breaks . . their first cancelled game Hollow looked awesome as well. It is a wonder that they even got Prison Break out!

    1. monokoma Post author

      Interesting, the main character seems a lot different from the early version.. i wonder if they will ever find a publisher, i dont think it’s easy right now :\

  2. Chentzilla

    It’s interesting to notice that the later design of Zed, the game’s hero, looks very similar to the look of Isador, the hero of the game Mistmare (which has quite a development story of its own, I might add). The connection becomes more prominent if you know that ZootFly was created from the remains of Arxel Tribe (co-developers of Mistmare).
    Pictures for comparison:
    Zed: http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b91/Chentzilla/Articles/Timeo_Hero.jpg
    Isador: http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b91/Chentzilla/Articles/Isador_for_Timeo.jpg

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