By TAS Games
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"One of the best physics puzzlers in the app store"
"A brilliant combination of Enigmo and the Incredible Machine series"
The mad scientist has created a series of machines to destroy the world. There is only one thing that can stop his planned reign of terror, the Plasmatron Sphere. The Plasmatron Sphere is capable of destroying his machines and putting a stop to his evil plans.
However, he isn't going to let his evil plans go down the drain easily. He has devised a series of devilishly complicated traps to prevent the Plasmatron Sphere from reaching the machines and destroying them.
Your goal? Use your tools to guide the Plasmatron Sphere into the mad scientists machines to destroy them.
- 55 Varied & Challenging Levels
- Advanced Physics Engine
- Force Feedback Explosion Rumble!
- 7 Tools to help you in your task of defeating the mad scientists. Motors, Turbines, Bombs, and more.
- Play as both the Hero and the Mad Scientist.
- Create your own levels and share them with other Amazing Machine players.
- High Quality pre-rendered 3D Graphics.
- Force Feedback device vibration.
- OpenFeint Achievements
Game Center Support Coming Soon!
What's New in Version 1.1
We have a pretty large update here.
Once you pass level 1, all of the 55 levels will unlock! You have complete access to the game (minus the secret lair)
Flaky and finicky
This game seems cool with the story the art looks great then u get to the gameplay and it's fugly it's not just blurry on iPad it's just more noticeable there cuz it's bigger and blown up but it's also kinda blurry on my iPod touch with retina display to the point it effects gameplay in a bad way that u can't really see what ur trying to do also the solutions don't appear to be real clear ever it's like u would think placing an object here or there would work but it fails cuz this game requires a massive amount of boring trial and error to get the stupid fan in exactly a precise spot that's the only possible solution and with everything being so small and blurry and ur finger having to cover what ur doin so basically making that frustrating and not fun bottom line this is a niche game but not for me there's much more fun stuff to waste my space on so I'm Gona get my 20megs back.
But this game could be enjoyable if it didn't require such precision and at the moment those who are more into brain teasers and puzzles then action and RPGs may find it enjoyable but I wouldn't pay for it I got it through some faad offer
I gave it 3 stars cuz it does have a level editor so that's pretty cool I wish more games would have that but the gameplay just isn't for me so Idc about this feature but it just gets a star for the niche ppl who would like this kinda game
Good idea, average execution
I like these sorts of games, so I was hopeful for this one. But it was let down on two counts - one, the graphics on my iPad are oddly fuzzy, as if being blown up just a little bit... perhaps they only scale up from iPhone version or some such.
Two, the game itself is a bit flakey. From the very first level I was having trouble getting it to do what I wanted - I'd place the fan where it was supposed to be, yet mysteriously it wouldn't move the bomb at all. I'd move the fan almost imperceptibly, try again, and suddenly the bomb rockets off under its draught.
It quickly became very frustrating. It seems simply too finicky about where things have to be to have their effects - and their eventual positions aren't intuitive (e.g. in the case of the aforementioned fan, you have to put it overlapping a platform, where logically it would either chop through the platform or get stuck on it).
I'll watch for updates and revisit it if I see any notice of improvements in these areas, but for now... worth a look, others might be like it more than I, but sadly far from its potential.
Just not fun
A neat but flawed physics sandbox with goals that usually have multiple solutions, sometimes tricky ones that it seems the designer never anticipated. I gave it a fair shake and made it halfway through, but it was never fun and became increasingly frustrating and broken as the levels went on.
The main problem is that the actions of the units constantly breaks the suspension of disbelief, with very unrealistic areas of effect and completely ignoring the rest of the frame. You can never really be sure if you picked the right locations for anything Sioux trial and error, because nothing responds the way it looks.
The weird blurriness on both iPad and iPhone makes me wonder why the graphics are so bad.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jul 15, 2011
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 19.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: TAS Games
- © 2011 TAS Games
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.