[Game] Machinika Museum
Come discover beautiful mysterious machines of extra-terrestrial origins and use your logic and sense of observation to fix them; and uncover a galaxy-spanning story.
Machinika Museum is a puzzle game for people who like to have their brain teased and love a nice story to go along. Do you like The Room? Myst? The Witness? Machinarium? Escape games? Do you like finding out what is behind a locked door? So do we!
Mind bending Puzzles: use your sharp logic skills and your sense of observation
Mysterious atmosphere and story: there is so much you don’t know about yet…
Wonderful visuals, cryptic alien machines have never looked better
Intuitive and enjoyable touch controls. Why make it complicated?
Available in English, French, Spanish, German and Italian
What are these machines? Who sent them? And why won’t anyone give you answers? You will have to find for yourself. In this far future, finding machines from alien civilizations is not unusual, especially in a museum dedicated to them. But this time it looks like something deeper is hidden from you…
Machinika Museum user reviews :
Top quality graphics and technical detail design in this alien machine puzzle game. Puzzles are not too complicated and quite logical at most times. Great way of tying all machines tgt in the last chapter. I did experience a bug in chap 6 or 7, where one of the parts that’s suppse to fit in the machine (I had to Google it) and didn’t. I had to restart the chapter and do it in the correct sequence to cont. Excited for the next episode.
Very good puzzle game, there are a few obtuse ones, but easy to try out guesses and get the answers, you are dealing with alien tech after all, so it makes sense there’s not a lot of easy translateable guides to everything. You play as the curator of a museum, tasked with building and discovering why an alien ship crashed on Saturn, I think they forgot the part it’s a gas giant, but that’s another topic for another time! Go out there and discover what happened!
An amazing puzzle box game with a great soundtrack. Not too hard but great environmental hints. I highly recommend and I’m looking forward to the sequel. (Bug found when you need to fix the lights in the fuse box when you zoom in the screen goes out of focus and unreadable so you need to read it when not in the interaction screen.
I absolutely love this game!!!! The puzzles are fun, the objects aren’t too hard to find, and the storyline draws you in!!!! The only thing wrong was a glitch on the level with the power box fried by that one machine which caused certain parts to look very fuzzy and nearly illegible. Can’t wait for the next one to come out though!!!!!
Some initial frustration with the interface almost had me giving up on the game entirely – and I’m sincerely glad I didn’t. The puzzles were challenging enough to be engaging without making me want to throw my phone across the room (maybe just a couple times haha), the machines were intriguing, and the story really drew me in, especially in the last few chapters – and now I’m invested and I really need to know what happens next! Looking forward to future installments.
it feels like a simulator game of working on different items, pushes it into another realm with the alien artifact aspect. It’s like doing a job or busy work but in an interesting way that’s both relaxing and satisfying, but the fact it’s alien artifacts makes it mysterious and challenging. Only issues, it doesn’t give enough context clues, could use a hint system and that there isn’t enough of it, there’s plenty to be had but still want more. Love the dimly lit work station and sci-fi feel too!
An interesting puzzle game so far. The graphics are great and the story is intriguing. The interaction can be a little wonky at times making it hard to zoom in and out in certain situations. It’s not hard to get around though. The only negative is that in some chapters it’s not obvious what needs to be done to solve the puzzle. There are no hints or guidance narratives to help the user keep progressing through more complex or obscure challenges.
I had fun, I like that there’s a story and the puzzles make sense within the story. It did feel short, but if I compare the price to a movie ticket, this game is cheaper and lasted longer. Took maybe 4-5 hours to complete. One puzzle that I completed without really knowing what was going on (two spheres you could spin that changed the color of some light streams). All others were manageable with a little patience and investigation, which is exactly what you’d want in a game like this.
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