[Android] Machinarium - 79p - Google Play
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[Android] Machinarium - 79p - Google Play

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Found 28th Dec 2016Made hot 29th Dec 2016
Google Play Year-End Deal - 79p - usual price £3.99 (80% off)

Machinarium is the award-winning independent adventure game developed by the makers of Samorost series and Botanicula.

Help Josef the robot to save his girlfriend Berta kidnapped by the Black Cap Brotherhood gang.

17 Comments

Have some heat. This looks great.

Great game, fantastic soundtrack

tuna89

Great game, fantastic soundtrack


Was just going to say. Tomas dvorak - by the wall is a great track

Heat

Been waiting for this to drop.

chj

Was just going to say. Tomas dvorak - by the wall is a great track


Case and point X)

Absolute classic. I've spent a lot of time searching for something that comes close, since finishing it.

Banned

not sure if i will ever play it but bought it anyway free with google rewards

Played it when I got the HP touchpad tablet few years back. Good game

"adventure game"...? No. It just looks like a glorified path finding platformer.

just bought. thanks. this version works on my tablet

robertadamson

not sure if i will ever play it but bought it anyway free with google … not sure if i will ever play it but bought it anyway free with google rewards


Something that is earned is not 'free'.

brilliant, brilliant game. amazing soundtrack and atmosphere.

Thanks for this

thecresta

Something that is earned is not 'free'.



Awww, don't ruin it for them.

tuna89

Awww, don't ruin it for them.


I don't know how these rewards work so can't comment with authority. However, could the reward have been gained through doing something you were going to anyway without the promise of a reward?

Same price for Shield TV version, thanks MrBargain.

nomisco

I don't know how these rewards work so can't comment with authority. … I don't know how these rewards work so can't comment with authority. However, could the reward have been gained through doing something you were going to anyway without the promise of a reward?



Nobody was arguing that to begin with; the issue was it likely isn't 'free' which is what original person had said.

I'm not trying to put anyone off this game, in fact if you look at the top I'd commented on how much I enjoyed it (just to be clear).
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