Human Resource Machine
By Experimental Gameplay Group
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Program little office workers to solve puzzles. Be a good employee! The machines are coming... for your job.
- Included in the 'App Store Best of 2016'.
- A worldwide App Store Editors’ Choice.
- Winner of Excellence in Innovation by the International Mobile Gaming Awards.
Human Resource Machine is a puzzle game for nerds. In each level, your boss gives you a job. Automate it by programming your little office worker. If you succeed, you'll be promoted up to the next level for another year of work in the vast office building. Congratulations!
Don't worry if you've never programmed before - programming is just puzzle solving. If you strip away all the 1's and 0's and scary squiggly brackets, programming is simple, logical, beautiful, and something that anyone can understand and have fun with! Are you already an expert? There will be extra challenges for you.
From the creators of World of Goo and Little Inferno. Have fun! Management is watching.
“Amidst the trend of instant gratification that the internet and gaming as a whole has perpetuated, having a game that both excels in its puzzles and also challenges your wider perception of it is commendable, and makes Human Resource Machine exponentially essential.”
- Touch Arcade 5/5
“Sometimes a game catches you by surprise. Be it with its ingenuity, its style, or its sense of humor. Other times a game catches you with all three, like Human Resource Machine.”
- Gamezebo 9/10
"Human Resource Machine Could Be The App Of The Year”
- Mobile n’ Apps
What's New in Version 1.0.6
A real thinker
Wanna talk about a puzzle game? Do you enjoy using your brain? Look no further. A lot of "puzzle" games these days are just button pressers where the challenge comes from connecting all the same shapes in a line so that they can disappear. Not much challenge to that besides deciding whether it not you should spend money to turn off the annoying ads.
I was lucky enough to buy this game on sale for $1 and I am very happy with that decision. Not only do I love this game... I also hate if for how much it pushes you to think outside of the box. At one point, I found myself doing a google search on mathematical theory. Not my proudest moment at age 26...
If you a looking for a challenge that will keep you up at night thinking about possible solutions, then buy this game. If you get frustrated easily and rage quit (or dont feel like shelling out the $5) then maybe go back to the dot connectors.
Also, don't worry about spending $5 and the game ending too soon. There are like 40+ levels and they start getting pretty hard by 15. Im still stuck on level 23 and to be honest I stumbled through the previous 2. This game will take a lot of thinking time (unless you are a genius or something).
Best Game Ever
This is the funnest game i have ever gotten from the app store. The programing is easy to get the hang do to the simple commands. The step back and debug feature is by far one of the best featured. It helps me through every level.
One problem (and one nitpick) TL DR version level broken
On the level zero terminated sum you get a zero terminated string ( a bunch of numbers ended with a zero) and you have to add all of those numbers up then give them the result i have a program that worked before no problem but now when i run the same program on the same level it dose not work. The last string always says it should add up to 0 but it never dose in real life (i.e. 1 3 -5 0) added up equals -1 but it says my answer should be zero every time even though the numbers never equal zero.
The game is meant for large screens play on tablet if possible but still works on phone
fun but disappointing end
The puzzles were great, though they got hard very fast. Finally resorted to paper to organize my thoughts. Kids may quickly find it becoming too difficult.
Expected more in the last video too. All the other videos were excellent though. The only part that really bothered me was using the editing board when the program became long. Scrolling up and down frequently dragged a command out of place. The undo button was at the bottom so you could not always see what was undone. Otherwise a fun and challenging game.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Sep 10, 2016
- Version: 1.0.6
- Size: 68.7 MB
- Languages: English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
- Seller: Experimental Gameplay Group
- © 2015 Tomorrow Corporation, LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.