Watchmaker PRO

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About this game

In front of you you find the movement of a golden pocket watch – disassembled in up to 70 single parts.

Will you manage to assemble them and put it to operation againg?

There are some pictures of the movement left – and some little hints and of course the necessery tools.

We have to say it's not a simple task - but at the end you will have been concerned with every part of a real watch movement and have put it on it's right place.

And there are many explanations and additional pictures to all important parts of the movement; thus you can really learn something about watches!

As a reward for the effort, the completed clock in this version can now also display the current time.
Updated on
Dec 4, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

50 reviews
Evelyn Rose
August 7, 2020
I wish it was easier to select the different components. Also the tweezers didn't seem to function? I never found a use for them. And when I tried to use them I couldn't really figure it out. I completed the watch though. It's a fun game. Especially since I'm Just learning about horology and becoming more and more fascinated Edit: Thanks, Thorsten Becker! It appears I wasn't observant enough. In fact the tweezers do work. The amount it moves is so small I didn't even notice! Upped my rating
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Torsten Becker
August 4, 2020
I can't figure out what the problem with the tweezers could be. Select a part, choose the tweezers and tap at the right edge of the screen in the middle height and the part should move a bit to the right. That's all - why shouldn't it work?
Ant Svensk
January 16, 2024
Great work, developer. Watchmaker is a great app. It's by far the closest you can get to actual watch repair on the phone. The interaction is a little hard at times. Tapping away trying to grab something can be a pain at times, but it's not too bad. It helps with immersion. It's watch repair, so it wouldn't be realistic if it was easy to grab tiny parts and fling them into the correct place. More movements to work on would be appreciated. "Clones" of "clones" of popular movements, #nocopyright!
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Jason Brookman
February 29, 2024
Great experience putting this old watch back together. Clear instructions on manipulating the pieces, though some are difficult to select. Overall, very well done.
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What's new

New API level 33.