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Machinarium

Machinarium (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Adventure
Developer: Amanita Design

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NA
10/16/2009
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EU
10/16/2009

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Reader Reviews

Machinarium review

Reviewed January 02, 2010

Suskie says: "Adventure games suck. Let’s face it. They do. I’m not totally opposed to the idea of an adventure game being good, of course, but the inherent flaw of the genre is that they’re not about gameplay, and that undermines the very purpose of the medium, which is to be interactive entertainment. The few adventure games that have actually held my attention over the years, such as The Longest Journey or Grim Fandango, have done so because of an intriguing story, memorable characters, and c..."
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Machinarium review

Reviewed May 20, 2011

teradio says: "Romel Ramos – A point and click adventure, Machinarium is a puzzler set in a futuristic robot world. You play as an innocent looking robot; journeying through a gritty machine city, while his story unfolds."
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