Stop Stop - How accurate is your timing?


Stop Stop is a simple game that tests the accuracy of your timing. The idea of the game is fairly simple. You have to halt the stop watch as close as possible to the checkpoints of 10, 20, 30, 40 & 50 seconds. Scores of the range 0 - 1000 are awarded accordingly.

Type in a Name and click on the Start button. This will start the stop watch. Click on the Stop button when you think the timer is close to the first checkpoint of 10 seconds (You may use the shortcut key 'S' for Starting & Stopping, as this provides much greater accuracy than clicking on the mouse button). If the 'Halt on Checkpoint' mode is not on, the timer will continue to run and you must click the Stop button on the subsequent checkpoints - 20, 30, 40 & 50. Once done, your score will be saved locally (on your computer) and will be uploaded to the Internet for listing on the top scores list.

Note: In the 'Halt on Checkpoint Mode', the timer will pause each time you click on the stop button. You must start it again by clicking on the Start button. The timer will continue from its previous location. Use this if you want to take a break between each checkpoints.

There are other aids available in your quest to become the most accurate. The color of the timer changes to red when nearing the checkpoint. There is a clock tick sound which has been optimized to be accurate to 3 milliseconds.


1. Start/Stop: S
2. Reset: R
3. View Local Scores: L
4. View Online Scores: O
5. Help: F1

Current Version:
Release Date: Saturday, September 1, 2007
Release Status: Minor Update
Type: Freeware
Category: Games & Entertainment::Other
Forums: Product | Support
Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP, Windows Vista
System Requirements: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
PAD File: Stop Stop.xml

Change Log

  • Version (Saturday, September 1, 2007)
    • New Release
  • Version (Saturday, September 1, 2007)
    • Bug Fix: Clock Tick Sound Echo


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