Stopwatch Games is an easy-to-learn and challenging timing game. With 25 unique stopwatch events and a leaderboard competition for medals and world-records, this app provides fun for players of any age!
Your goal in each event is to stop the Timer as close to the Target times as you can to get the best score. Each event has unique rules so read the event instructions carefully at the start.
An event is a single stopwatch challenge with unique rules. There are 3 categories of events:
* Track events challenge you to stop the timer at a fixed number of Target times to get the lowest score possible.
* Field events challenge you to keep the clock running as long as possible before accumulating too many penalties (see Deltas).
* Sport events are very different types of events than Track and Field.
(NOTE: Some events are locked until you achieve a certain score in another event.)
A digital timer is centered in the play area. The timer displays accuracy to 1 / 100th of a second (0.01).
Click anywhere on the timer to start or stop the time.
(In more advanced events, the time display may be hidden to make the event more difficult.)
Each event challenges you to click the stopwatch at certain times called Targets. Target times are displayed above the timer clock as a reminder.
The time difference between when you click the timer and the actual Target time is called a Delta. These Deltas determine your score in the event.
Deltas are shown below the Timer as a hint.
If you are over your target time, the Delta will be red. If you are under your target time, the Delta will be blue.
(In more advanced events, the Delta display may be hidden to make the event more difficult.)
Events can be scored in different ways depending on the type of event:
* Racing events: Your score is the sum of all Deltas. The lower your score, the better your standing.
* Distance events: Your score is the last time on the clock before you exceed the Delta sum limit. The higher your score, the better your standing.
* Target events: Your score is the number of times you hit the required target times. The higher your score, the better your standing.
(NOTE: Some events may have multiple heats and will take your average score or sum score from each heat to determine your final score.)
Click the Leaderboard button to see where you rank among all other world players. Medals are awarded based on your world rank.
You need a score at least in the top 50% to receive a medal. A score in the top 1% will get you a Champions Trophy!
Your best score rank in any event may change as more players play and improve their best score. Check the leaderboard occasionally to see how you are doing.