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Their Time in This World

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About the Story


Since the time dislocation phenomena began a few years ago, people all over the universe have been frozen in time. We don't know where the sands of time came from, but we do know that people are crying for help.

We're asking YOU! -- yes, you on the computer or your phone right now, browsing games on IFDB -- to join up with the Timeskeepers' Association.

Do you love exploring different planets? Helping people? Listening to their stories?

Then, you might have what it takes to become a Timeskeeper!


You'll meet with different people from all kinds of cultures!
You get to read at least 10,000 words if Twine isn't lying!
Your CV will get stacked!
Almost puzzleless! You just need to walk around and enjoy the sights!
You can work on your phone! (Wi-Fi/mobile data not included.)
Really good wages! We swear: don't look us up on the internet.


But you don't have to take our word on how amazing this job is. Ask our junior Timeskeepers!

"I once explored a castle in the ocean. Poseidon was there. Kinda cool dude, though his daughters didn't fare well. Cuz, you know, sands of time." - James, Planet C

"Damn, I was like walking on rainbows and like I was on the clouds and it was so cool [redacted for being too long]" - Lim, New Singapore

"This job was really helpful for my CV. I now have a job with a massive tech company that's threatening to take over our universe. The future is very bright. Thank you, Timeskeepers." - Terry, Silicon Valley


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