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The Even More! Incredible Machine

DOS - 1993

Also available on: Mac

Alt name
Released in
United States
Sierra On-Line, Inc.
Dynamix, Inc., Jeff Tunnell Productions
Dosbox support
Supported on current version
4.24 / 5 - 49 votes

Description of The Even More! Incredible Machine

Offering puzzle in a world of , The Even More! Incredible Machine (also known as もっともっとインクレディブル・マシーン) is an abandonware developed by Dynamix, Inc., Jeff Tunnell Productions and published by Sierra On-Line, Inc.. Released in 1993, you wander around in a perspective.

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Screenshots from / Platform: Windows 3.x

Comments and reviews

movAX13h 2017-05-13 0 point

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 1 point DOS version

What: This is actually a nice, colorful VGA mode game. Compare to the older "Creative Contraptions" CGA game, for example.

Guybrush 2014-04-02 1 point DOS version

Testing the game...

What 2014-02-11 -3 points DOS version

Your childhood didn't have very many colors :(

Malolo 2012-08-13 1 point DOS version

Thoughtful. Clever. This is my childhood.

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