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Machinarium

Machinarium is the award-winning independent adventure game developed by the makers of Samorost and Botanicula. A little robot who’s been thrown out to the scrap yard behind the city must return and confront the Black Cap Brotherhood and save his robot-girl friend.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous

Machinarium is one of two games, that was also played by my wife, who is somewhat not a gamer at all, she got deeply engaged with story and cute art and of course the funny and really tough puzzles, actually I had to complete some challenges for her, but still..
It's a beautiful game, and if for some reason you missed it, make sure to grab it and give it at least few evenings!

Review from Steam

I can't stress enough how amazing and beautiful this game is, everything in this game bursts with personality and artistic values that I have yet to feel the same experience with any other game in my life. I'd go as far as to say this game is a masterpiece among masterpieces, I remember playing this game when I was young with my father and spending practically every day trying to beat it. without this game I most likely would not have been the person I am today.

Review from Steam

I've been playing this game for 10+ years, ever since I got to work on the Russian release when we signed up with Amanita, and it still remains a great piece of art! I now have this game on my mobile, on Switch, on my Steam account, on my wife's Steam account, we have the plush toys, the t-shirts, etc., and we've completed it maybe twelve times all in all, alone and with the kids. If you haven't played Machinarium by now, ABSOLUTELY RECOMMENDED. You will love it. The music, the story, the art, this is simply a great game.

Review from Steam

makes me feel like a 9yo again(;

Review from Steam

Mechinarium is a artistic puzzle game that is both kid friendly and adult relaxing gaming. The puzzles are enjoyable and with a wide variety of styles. The story is perfect for a younger age. The graphics are cute and nicely done. The dialogue boxes are also a nice touch, and would also be perfect for a youngster playing.
The music is very mellow. Even the more uptempo music is relaxing. This fits well with the art and game style. The progression is fun, and allows for a more open feel than many puzzle games that I have played in the past.
While this is a kid friendly game, some of the puzzles might require some parent assistance. This would be a great father and/or mother with son and/or daughter game. This is a great short game for a family activity. There are many different mini games with many different flavors of style, as well as a touch of nostalgia for those around my age.
In all, this game is recommended, but I would consider it more orientated for the young, and plan on gifting this to my niece for her kiddos. Cheers and Game On!

Review from Steam

need at least a second part

Review from Steam

I like this game, it looks very cool and cute. The puzzles are hard, but not really difficult, u just need to think to solve them. And if u are stuck u can always use the help. I like the graphics, they are different and at the same time funny. The story is interesting. I recommend this game if u like puzzles.

Review from Steam

One of the oldest games in my library, still great to play in 2022. Especially on the Steam Deck it is very fun to play.