Clockzone is a game developed by Jersoft Games and published by Jersoft in 1997. It was a launch title for the Jersoft Micro 3D, and was considered the game that best demonstrated what the Micro 3D could do. It was a 3rd person shooter where you fight to restore the world's events back to normal after a time travel mishap. The game was very expansive for portable consoles at the time, being 4 hours long, and having a multiplayer that had at least 3 more hours of fun in it. It got a sequel in 1999, known as Clockzone 2: Second Incident, and a sequel to the sequel in 2001, known simply as Clockzone 3.