Attack of the Clockwork Army

Contains adsIn-app purchases
3.6
156 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Win the Steam-Powered Fight for a Nation!

When the battle for Australia begins, will you join Her Majesty’s new clockwork army to keep Australia peacefully British once and for all—or will you cast your lot with a ragged crowd of ex-convicts?

Will you be a deadly fighter, or torn between the conflicting loyalties of those you love? Can you overcome your fatal flaw before it’s too late?

Are you ready to turn the tide of history? Play to find out!
Updated on
Mar 26, 2022

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Location, App activity and 2 others
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Location, Personal info and 4 others
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3.6
156 reviews
A Google user
May 30, 2019
I really liked the story and everything but it was too short and i hope you can make more chapters soon
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Adam Young
September 27, 2020
I actually purchased this book. Right when it seemed the story was just getting started it was over. The writing and grammar is good, and the plot is decent. The clockwork soldier and the conflict between Britain and Australia were well done. Where it went wrong was just how fast the plot moves and how short this book actually is. This is probably the shortest choice book available with choice of games.
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A Google user
January 28, 2017
Interesting story idea & it could be built into something great, but as is, it feels like an incomplete rough draft. The characters are very shallow, & I know it's fiction but the "Aboriginal Australian" characters in particular seem to be written with very little knowledge of what life was genuinely like at the time of colonisation (& now). It grates to see people given the idea that an 19th century Aboriginal woman would be free to sail to England of her own accord, or have a brother who owned a pub. Australia engaged in Black slavery well into the 20th century, Aboriginal people couldn't vote, let alone enter a public bar to buy a drink. Fictional stories claiming otherwise wouldn't be so bad if most Australians didn't still believe they were fact.
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