Crazy Machines: New from the Lab

Crazy Machines: New from the Lab

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Create Your Own Zany "Rube Goldberg" Devices! Go crazy with brand new gizmo-twistin' levels! Enjoy all-new elements, music, backgrounds and more. Get ready for explosive action and building fun using awesome & wacky parts -- including bottle rockets, cannons, bombs, and robots, in Crazy Machines: New from the lab, the Ultimate Brain-Teasing Puzzle Game!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 74 MB

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Crazy Machines: New from the Lab is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This could have been a great physics game but... Review based on the demo. This is the 3rd game in the series, and unless you've played the 1st "Crazy Machines", you probably will be spending a lot of time getting to understand what the various controls/buttons in the laboratory are for. There is NO TUTORIAL whatsoever, which is a shame as people that like puzzles with elements of physics might pass this game up. The bulk of the configuration options deals with graphics quality. I left them with their default values and the demo played fine. The game is about resolving puzzles with the aid of elements given to you. For those unfamiliar with the strategy to use in games like this (especially so you can enjoy the demo!), try the following: 1) trigger the start of the experiment without adding any tool, and see what happens; 2) then add an element, re-start the experiment, and see if it achieves what you were hoping for; if not, tweak your element (position, orientation, replace with a different element, etc.) 3) keep adding 1 element at a time and making adjustments until you reach the experiment's objective 4) move on to the next experiment! This is a trial-and-error game, and it can get frustrating, especially at the very beginning, until you understand how to interact with the game. A chunk of demo time will be wasted just to understand the mechanics. Hovering the mouse pointer on an object/button will help somewhat, but explanations would be better. I liked the fact that the puzzles were varied (I completed only 4 of the 101 in the 1-hour trial), but this game could seriously benefit from 2 things: 1) Have either an auto-execute demo or a tutorial so players know what to do; too much time spent in getting familiar with the controls. 2) Have a hint system. If you're stuck, you're stuck without the option of moving forward. When (but ONLY when) you're successful with an experiment, you can see the "plan" on what needed to be done (in case there's an alternative solution). I think it would have been GREAT to "auto-fill" the next step with the use of a "hint" button. Please try the demo... it's an interesting game for those who like to scratch their brain. I do, but not to that extent and because of the lack of help/hint, cannot truly recommend it. I might have been stuck on level 5 forever!
Date published: 2019-02-06
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