3D Puzzle Game with a Mysterious, Atmospheric Story
In the Machinika Museum, students will discover beautiful and mysterious machines of unknown origins through an atmospheric, galaxy-spanning 3D puzzle game. Developed by Littlefield Studios, Machinika Museum takes students deep inside a dusty workshop, where they must examine and fix the technological discoveries coming from archaeological sites of the far reaches of the galaxy. But something is unusual: What are these machines? Who sent them? Why won’t anyone give them any answers? Students will have to use logic and observation to decipher the secretsand stories hiddenbehind these mechanisms. The app is available in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian for iPad and Android devices. The game can also be downloaded on STEAM. Cost: App is a free-to-try demo that includes the first chapter; in-app purchases unlock all of the game’s content.
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