The Even More! Incredible Machine
DOS - 1993
Also released on: Windows 3.x - Mac
Description of The Even More! Incredible Machine
The Even More! Incredible Machine (aka もっともっとインクレディブル・マシーン) is a video game published in 1993 on DOS by Sierra On-Line, Inc.. It's a puzzle game, and was also released on Windows 3.x and Mac.
Comments and reviews
Froakiein2023 2023-01-30 0 point Windows 3.x version
Has anyone played the Windows 3.1 version of The Even More! Incredible Machine? When I tried to play that version on DOSBOX, music would play, but I couldn't hear any sound effects. Can anyone figure out how to solve that issue?
Tryslvaaxian 2018-05-05 2 points
I always had fun creating my own map...filling it the border with pinball bumpers...and then putting about 20 tiny little human guys in there...so they fall and bounce all over the place until they die...I called it roomdoom
Ningen 2018-04-15 0 point DOS version
This game was one of my favorites in my pre-teen days. Really helps with learning problem solving. (Including learning DOS prompt commands.
movAX13h 2017-05-13 3 points
The game actually uses only 16 colors at a time. All palettes have only 16 colors. The sprites are very well painted so that you won't notice. I'm reverse-engineering it currently.
moonbug 2015-06-06 2 points DOS version
What: This is actually a nice, colorful VGA mode game. Compare to the older "Creative Contraptions" CGA game, for example.
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- Year: 1993
- Publisher: Cybelle, Sierra On-Line, Inc.
- Developer: Dynamix, Inc., Jeff Tunnell Productions