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No Time To Explain is a platform game developed by tinyBuildGames and designed by Tom Brien and Alex Nichiporchik, and is the successor to Brien's flash game, No Time to Explain, originally released on January 6, 2011. The game follows an unnamed male protagonist as he chases his future self, who has been captured, through time for an unknown reason. The plot will contain elements of time travel, the time paradox effect, and alternate time-lines
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