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Crazy Machines: Complete

Crazy Machines: Complete (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Casual (Puzzle)
Developer: Unknown

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04/24/2009
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Staff Reviews

Crazy Machines: Complete review

Reviewed April 07, 2009

Lewis Denby says: "More than a year's passed since its sequel, meaning all that's really relevant now is the price. For £20, you get the original game, a training pack and an adequate yet uninspiring expansion. These days, you can get Crazy Machines 2 for a tenner in most places. Something does not compute."
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