... cute pictures and would like you to spot the 10 differences between them. When the game starts, 2 images which contain multiple smileys will be presented. Observe the pictures carefully, then click to circle the different ...
The Incredible MachineA chance to test your puzzle solving skills
The Incredible Machine is an old dos game, published in 1992. Main genre of this old game is puzzle. The Incredible Machine has a simple concept that is somehow addictive if you’re not overly demanding when it comes to visuals, not that the audio effects are any good. It’s a modest game but if you give it a shot, you might end up playing a few more levels that you initially anticipated.
The Incredible Machine details
|Released:||Jun 7, 2017|
|File size:||461 kB|
|Keywords:||Incredible machine, Puzzle game, Mounce ball, Incredible, Machine, Puzzle, Ball|
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The Incredible Machine for Windows 10 - Full description
The Incredible Machine is a puzzle game where the player has to assemble a Rube Goldberg-type contraption to solve a simple puzzle. It was developed by Jeff Tunnell Productions and published in 1993 for the PC by Sierra Entertainment. The Incredible Machine has a simple concept that is somehow addictive if you’re not overly demanding when it comes to visuals, not that the audio effects are any good. It’s a modest game but if you give it a shot, you might end up playing a few more levels that you initially anticipated.
You can easily run this DOS game on Windows Vista, 7 and 10, without any additional effort. The archive includes the required emulator (DOSBox) and it's already configured. All you need to do is uncompress the ZIP or 7z file into your Games folder (e.g. C:OldGames), then open the folder of the Game, and double click the icon "Name of the Game" (it's a ".bat" file).