Machinarium - Collectors Edition

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Machinarium was an exploration adventure and puzzle point-and-click game from Amanita Design, the creators of Samorost and Botanicula. Collector's Edition contains the full game, 65-minute original soundtrack from acclaimed composer Floex and 121-page digital art book with designs by creator Jakub Dvorsky. It was developed and financed by seven Czech developers over a period of three years, with a marketing budget of only $1,000.

The gameplay is to solve a series of puzzles linked together by an overworld consisting of a traditional "point and click" adventure story. In this overworld only objects within the player character's reach can be clicked. It contains no spoken or written dialogue but instead uses a system of animated thought bubbles. Easter egg backstory scenes are revealed by idling in certain areas. It has a two-tier hint system. Once per level, the player can receive a hint, which becomes increasingly vague as the game progresses. Machinarium comes with a walkthrough, accessed at any time by playing a minigame.

Platform: Apple Macintosh 1GHz processor 1Gb RAM 400Mb Hard disk space DVD-ROM 

               Screen Resolution 1280x800

               Mac OS X 10.4 or newer          

Application Software (AS:) Games

Version: 2009

Platform : Apple Power Macintosh
Format : DVD-ROM
Publisher : Lace Mamba
Authors : Amanita Design
Date : 2009
Product Code : 4041377402833

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Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Machinarium - Collectors Edition Lace Mamba Apple Power Macintosh DVD-ROM 2009

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