The Incredible Machine

Moby ID: 54831
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The Incredible Machine on iOS devices is a new installment of the classic puzzle-game series, developed by Jeff Tunnell, the designer of the original games.

As in previous games of the series, the goal is to assemble Rube Goldberg machines in order to generate a chain reaction that will culminate in the realization of a specific objective. In each level, the player is faced with unmovable elements of an existing machine, and has access to a library of spare parts to complete it. When the player thinks his contraption is completed, he can press the "Go" button to start the machine.

The game features 75 levels and more than 90 different parts, ranging from pipes to ropes, bombs and rockets, see-saws and trampolines, cats and mice, and even a little boy named Mel. Contrary to the previous episodes, there is no "sandbox" mode. Updates added new levels in the form of DLC.

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Game added by Pirou Julien.

Game added March 11, 2012. Last modified February 12, 2023.