Help a tiny robot stumble home through 50 puzzling mechanical dioramas.
- Relaxing gameplay
- Charming robots
- Collectible level cards
- Diorama maker
- Small install size
Try Mekorama for free for as long as you like. Then pay what you think it's worth. I hope you'll love it :)
- Fixed cards appearing locked when there are more than 127 in total
- Allow long card author names to line break onto a fourth row
- Tilt selected card when tapped
Ratings and Reviews
Decent puzzle game with flaws
This puzzle game is a suitably challenging puzzle game with unique gameplay elements, and nifty features such as the ability to create user-generated levels with its included level editor.
But it is not without flaws. The uniqueness of the game is often marred by less than ideal execution and controls. Quite a few puzzles are somewhat frustration-inducing, not because of their truly challenging difficulty or clever level design, but instead, poor controls that require you to just try executing a move over and over and over again, long after you already figure out the puzzle.
In addition, some of the puzzles are rather poorly designed, disguising obscurity as difficulty. In other words, there are "challenging" puzzles that are difficult to completely solve because parts of the puzzles are simply not visible. You just have to randomly try things out and hope that with some dumb luck, the puzzles will solve themselves - and often they do, because once the obscurity is removed there is virtually no puzzle remaining to solve.
Nevertheless, this game shall appeal to puzzle game enthusiasts looking for unique game with some replayability, provided that you can look past its flaws and the occasional frustrations that come along with them.
PS: no, this game doesn't resemble Monument Valley; the core gameplay mechanics are really different from that of Monument Valley.
This is a really good puzzle game, where the whole game is free to you (the IAP are basically donations! Too bad I have no money though...). The graphics are also amazing, and the music is pretty decent. Too bad you can only view levels on like a corner view though, would like it if I could rotate levels without that corner view lock thing... But good game👍👍👍 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (lenny face for good luck)
Fun and engaging, but at times frustrating
I guess that’s how a game should be.I think one thing that can be improved is if I am able to turn my perspective freely as it gets frustrating when I’m unable to see part of the structure.
But overall it’s a really sophisticated game, I really like the robot and it’s free too!
- Martin Magni AB
- 9.4 MB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2015 Martin Magni AB
- In-App Purchases
- Pay What You Want 1 S$ 1.48
- Pay What You Want 3 S$ 5.98
- Pay What You Want 2 S$ 2.98
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.