Welcome to the year 30XX. Earth is gone. Just… gone. Completely gone. No way to bring it back. Well, unless you’re willing to play the part of two claymation kids as they explore a miniature diorama world in Starstruck: Hands of Time, aided by… a giant hand? Wait, what?!
Alright. Stay with me! It’ll make sense. I promise. Actually, maybe it won’t, but here’s what’s what: a mysterious force known as The Mold needs to be dealt with to save the Earth, and the only way to do that is to travel back to the year 20XX and enlist the aid of two children. Which is exactly what the hand – belonging to a moon colonist – has done, and by swapping between the three to wreak havoc and embark on the most epic musical journey, ever. (Maybe.)
Switch perspectives between all three protagonists to uncover the truth of what happened to Earth and change the future.
Unsurprisingly, each member of this uncanny trio has their own unique skillset: the hand is able to interact with the environment in ways our two musicians obviously can’t, given the fact that they’re, you know, tiny creatures, and the hand is big. Really big. So one giant hand to move stuff around and two rockin’ guitar players and/or vocalist(s). Those three make up Earth’s last hope, and you’d better hone those rhythm gaming skills because a bad solo or off-key vocals simply won’t cut it. Might doom Earth too. Just saying. No pressure.