Charming indie adventure game, Machinarium, has expanded its robotic reach and is now available on the app store for iPad 2 owners.
The developers, Amanita Design, made a new trailer in honor of this occasion. The game appears to relieve constipation and make men in hats dance. This must be a new feature, as it certainly didn't do that on the PC version. It must be a portable thing.
It also reveals another helpful aspect of the iPad, you can use it to rest beverages on. What will they think of next?
|5:45 PM on 03.15.2013|
Celebrate, my Vita brethren: Machinarium is coming!
Amanita Design has announced that Machinarium will be headed to the PlayStation Vita as early as March 26, priced at $6.99. A few enhancements will be in tow, like full-quality OLED visuals, PSN leaderboards for game completi...more
|1:00 PM on 09.07.2012|
Machinarium is now on the EU PSN, coming to the US
Although Machinarium was already available for the PC, Mac, iPad, and Android platforms, now you can pick it up on the PS3 as well via the PSN. C'mon Microsoft and Nintendo -- you're the only odd ones out here!The develo...more
|3:00 PM on 05.15.2012|
Machinarium now on Android, Kindle Fire, and NOOK
Refreshing the barren wasteland that is Android mobile gaming, critic and fan favorite Machinarium is now available through Google Play. The quirky indie hit, originally released in 2009 on PC, will also debut on Kindle Fire, NOOK Color and NOOK Tablet sometime this week, with an Amazon Appstore for Android debut to follow later this month. Pick it up for $3.99.more
|2:00 PM on 10.19.2009|
Machinarium may be the best adventure game I've ever played. I don't know if I prefer it outright over the motion-controlled glory that is Zack and Wiki, or the wacky time-travel-laffs of Chariots of the Dogs, but I do know t...more
|2:00 PM on 05.20.2013|
Review: Plants vs. Zombies Adventures
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|2:01 AM on 05.20.2013|
Review: Resident Evil Revelations (Wii U)
Resident Evil Revelations was a great action horror title. So good, it absolutely humiliated Resident Evil 6 by being superior in every single way -- a fact made especially delicious considering it was a 3DS game in contrast ...more
|11:00 AM on 05.18.2013|
Review: The Starship Damrey
"This game contains no tutorials or explanations. Part of the experience is to discover things for yourself." Thus reads the disclaimer when you fire up a new game of The Starship Damrey, Level-5's atmospheric sci-fi adventur...more