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Review

This game is a point-and-click game for the PC, PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, OS X, Linux, and iOS. The game is set in a city called Machinarium, and the player is a robot who is trying to rescue his friends from it. The game has great graphics, and all the characters are animated to perfection. Gameplay The game has great graphics,...

Machinarium

  • Samanta Blumberg
  • Jan 14, 2022

This game is a point-and-click game for the PC, PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, OS X, Linux, and iOS. The game is set in a city called Machinarium, and the player is a robot who is trying to rescue his friends from it. The game has great graphics, and all the characters are animated to perfection.

Gameplay

The game has great graphics, and all the characters are animated to perfection. The game is set in a city called Machinarium, and the player is a robot who is trying to rescue his friends from it. The player controls the robot with the mouse, and interacts with objects or characters by left-clicking or double-clicking on them.

The gameplay consists of a world of robots and live machines. The protagonist can't speak and must instead use gestures and a mechanical mouse to interact with the world. The player assumes the role of a robot who was thrown into a junkyard and left there to die. He must escape the scrapyard and the city in which it is situated.

The player controls the protagonist and solves puzzles and quests to progress in the game. In Machinarium, the player controls a small robot, who is on a quest to save his robot friend from being captured. To save his friend, the robot must collect pieces of a machine to create a powerful enough instrument to defeat the robotic captors. In order to get more pieces for his machine, the robot must explore the world while avoiding enemies and different obstacles.

Graphics

The graphics are great, and all the characters are animated to perfection. The textures are realistic, and the level design is very clever. The graphics consist of a world of robots and live machines. The protagonist can't speak and must instead use gestures and a mechanical mouse to interact with the world. The graphics are made up of a mixture of 2D and 3D artwork. The backgrounds and environments are 2D, while the characters and objects are 3D.

Information about replayability

There are two modes of gameplay, one for beginners, and one for experts. Machinarium is a game with a high replayability. This is due to the different endings that can be achieved from the different choices the player can make during the game.

Conclusion

Overall, The game Machinarium is a point and click adventure game created by Czech developer, Amanita Design. The gameplay is set in a world of robots and live machines. The player assumes the role of a robot who was thrown into a junkyard and left there to die. He must escape the scrapyard and the city in which it is situated. The protagonist can't speak and must instead use gestures and a mechanical mouse to interact with the world.

Pros:
  • The game has great graphics
  • The level design is very clever
  • The textures are realistic
Cons:
  • The game is quite difficult
  • The game has no save points
  • The game can be quite confusing
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