Twelve Minutes is an interactive thriller about a man stuck in a time loop. This is something you can read on its Steam page, and it is also something that was told to us by our now dear compatriots, Luis Antonio and Annapurna Interactive on our first phone call the other day. We woke up the next morning, and we were the porting team on Twelve Minutes.
We woke up the next morning, and we were the porting team on Twelve Minutes. Except, dear reader, it was the same morning as before. On the third morning, it was still the first morning. It must be stressed, we were not told that we would be caught in the time loop, but the contract was sealed, and many people were looking forward to the game.
The mornings continued, repeating themselves but always slightly different. We learnt new things both wondrous and terrible. We saw more in the space of a day than most mortals do in a lifetime.
Today, the date has advanced. It has been a long time coming, and at long last we have emerged from the loop, with the year’s most anticipated and groundbreaking narrative experience to share with you all!
It is August 19, 2021, and Twelve Minutes is now available on PC, Xbox Series, and Xbox One.
Update: We have emerged from the loop once more. After many more trips through the hallway, it is now December 7, 2021, and Twelve Minutes is now also available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch.