Summary: My 8 year old kid love it. Some puzzles are really hard, but with the hints and guide, they can be easily solved, so the kid does not get bored if his stuck. I have to confess I also play it and it was very fun.
This game is so much fun, and the robot characters are adorable
Sandra Clark, Amazon
29 April 2015
Summary: This game is so much fun, and the robot characters are adorable. I admit that on occasion I had to use the walkthroughs (of which there are many online) to help me get through it, but that didn't deter from the fun.
Summary: It's key to get the collectors version as the 'guide' book is like playing a game too. This is a graphically wonderful game, very clever and a serious challenge. The hints are pretty vague and sometimes I really needed some clue as to what to do next so turned to the guide book.
Your BrainPower is Required for this Wildly Inventive Game!
Happy Reader, Amazon
18 August 2014
Summary: What a fabulous game. I would give it 17 stars if I could, it is so much above the ordinary! Machinarium is a mixture of pure puzzle (such as solving a moving marble puzzle to open a lock) and inventory-based adventure game (such as picking up a flower stem, which later you will plant in a pot in...
Summary: Machinarium is an off-beat game, developed by Amanita Design in 2009 and was made for multiple platforms including Windows, Mac, Linux, PS3, and Android. It is a 2D point and click adventure game. What I find appealing in indie games such as this one is the sheer amount of creativity that went in.