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When an office party and a missile attack intersect, Oomla the engineer has less than a second to prevent disaster. Which, fortunately, is all the time he needs.

A short traditional point-and-click created for AdvXJam 2020.


  • Alien invasion!
  • Workplace politics
  • Time-freezing mechanic
  • Extraterrestrial nudity

How to play:

  • You only need the left mouse button.
  • Click the ground to walk.
  • Point your cursor at things. If the cursor changes and a label appears, click!
  • Move the cursor to the top of the screen to access your inventory. Select items by clicking them, then use them on other items / objects by - you guessed it - clicking again.
  • Clicking empty space (or right-clicking) deselects the item.
  • If you're stuck, you may be overlooking some smaller interactive objects. Watch out for things other characters are holding/wearing. Hunt those pixels!


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

off-the-clock-windows.zip 37 MB
off-the-clock-osx.zip 39 MB
off-the-clock-linux.zip 40 MB

Development log


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Any plans for a Linux release? :)


Yep, coming soon :)


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Done! Hope it runs ok.

Loved this game and the time-freeze mechanics.  I'm looking forward to anything else you put out!

Great game with excellent art and a nice sound track. Quite difficult in a couple of place, but I completed it in the end.

I encountered a bit of a movement bug where I ended up still outside the upper dome when I should have been inside it (after an animation transition), but I managed to get back to where I needed to be.

Overall very impressive work for something put together in 3 weeks!

Thank you, happy you enjoyed the game! Did you download in the last two days or earlier? The bug you are reporting should be fixed in the latest version.

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I downloaded it last week, so the bug is probably fixed now.

Aliens can be really mean, Oomla is great & a hero! Lovely jam entry. :)