Twelve Minutes For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Games

Price: Free

Rating: 4.02913 stars based on 103 reviews

Twelve Minutes

Twelve Minutes Chromebook App Download

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  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2022-12-13
  • Current Version: 1.0.4781
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 1.02 GB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
  • Developer: Netflix, Inc.

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Available exclusively for Netflix members. Tap and drag to escape a time-loop nightmare. This interactive thriller features the voices of James McAvoy, Daisy Ridley and Willem Dafoe. What should be a romantic evening at home with your wife turns into a horror show when a police detective breaks in, accuses your wife of murder and beats you to death. Then comes the reset. Suddenly, you find yourself returning to the exact moment you opened the front door. You're stuck in a 12-minute time loop, doomed to relive the same terror again and again... The only way to break free? Gather clues from your surroundings in real time and use your knowledge of what’s coming to change the outcome.



  • I WAS THE 100TH RATING!!! great game btw

    By MariahSwi
    This is an awesome game, I was inspired to play by coryxkenshin THE GOAT OF YOUTUBE!!!!!!!!!!
  • Hard to move forward

    By TMarie0991
    I like the graphics and dialogue. However, without the spoilers it’s hard to know how to progress. In fact, I don’t even know what the end game is. But fun nonetheless if you’re in a drunken time loop yourself.
  • So much potential, if only it was used properly

    By Kudo Kun
    The game itself starts off nicely with interesting characters, gameplay and mystery. I don’t usually prefer a dark game, but I would still play if it were any good. I enjoyed the game at first; it seemed like a bit of a dark puzzle mystery with potentially good storytelling. Where this one gets messed is when you get close to the endings. There is a twist that is meant to make it.. more interesting..? Anyway, it goes from a bit dark, but cool to creep fest in a matter of seconds. I’m not talking about aliens and zombies creepy, it’s more like have to take a shower creepy. I know it’s fiction, but it had no reason to be so morally twisted; the writers made a conscious choice to make it so. I thought it was unnecessary to have a twist like that and force the players in all of the endings to deal with it. For me, it completely ruined all of the effort I invested into the game. If I had known that’s where the story was headed, I would not have bothered. If it had a better story, I would be all for it. As it is, don’t waste your time on this tasteless and twisted waste of potential.
  • amazing!

    By shrek th 3rd
    took incredibly long to figure out on console.. i can only assume that the app is just as good!!
  • Can’t start the game

    By xSKR
    The front door won’t open using the key.
  • Didn’t have the patience

    By g407c
    3-stars as the game itself is a very interesting concept and the story goes pretty deep but I just didn’t have the patience to see it through to the end. You have to really be willing to bang your head against the wall. And the Notification Center keeps opening when I’m trying to drag objects. Really slowed things down so I had to repeat loops over and over due to those delays.
  • Best Netflix game

    By Beeerettt
    Keeps you hooked
  • Cool game except for iOS swipe gesture interference.

    By rummig
    Cool game! Only issue is that on iOS, the inventory arrow and the phone’s swipe gesture overlaps and interferes with ability to play the game.
  • Great addictive game! Only one thing I didn’t like

    By Terayaki
    Ive tried lots of games from the App Store and usually I stop playing very early on because they tend to get boring to me! This game though is the first game I couldn’t stop playing! It feels like your in a movie! You're not sure what’s going on in the beginning and not sure who to trust while your stuck in one room trying to find out the truth. It’s like a challenging puzzle with an amazingly written story so many interactive elements and so many possibilities. The graphics were something I also appreciated from a phone game too! The only thing I didn’t like is sometimes when you die and start over you had to also go over the same dialect sometimes as if YOUR character didn’t already know the answers to it. It was frustrating! I understand some dialect had to be repetitive to make the story make sense for all the characters but it was only sometimes when you had a new selection of questions and answers which was weird to me. Overall great game! I wish I could play again for the first time !!
  • No

    By KilledDead666
    I don’t even have Netflix