Picking up where The Incredible Machine left off, The Even More Incredible Machine is a challenging puzzle game in which the player must complete "Rube Goldberg" machines: extremely complex systems for doing very simple things. The goal of a level may be something like getting a basketball into a basket, but the goal must be achieved by placing hamster wheels attached to pulleys in order to release balloons, or lighting a flashlight so that a magnifying glass can focus the beam on a cannon that will launch a cannonball at a goldfish bowl. The incredibly imaginative components of the various incredible machines made the game an instant hit with puzzle fans, teachers, and parents. The game uses an odd 640×448 resolution, which is slightly too large to allow 256 colors, so there was no obvious reason not to use 640×480. There are over 160 levels in this game, with only 10 playable in the shareware version.
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|The Even More Incredible Machine Demo (578,733 bytes)||10 November 1993||DOS||Play online|
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It can be downloaded in a Windows XP/Vista/7/8-compatible format from GOG for $9.99.