Warsaw, Poland– October 1, 2009. GOG.com ( http://www.gog.com), the site that quenches PC gamers’ thirst for nostalgia, thrusts the legendary puzzle-game series, The Incredible Machine, back into the spotlight thanks to an agreement with PushButton Labs. The deal brings a compilation of The Incredible Machine series to GOG.com, including The Even More Incredible Machine, The Incredible Machine 3, Return of the Incredible Machine Contraptions, and The Incredible Machine– Even More Contraptions in one package, DRM-free and just $9.99.
The Incredible Machine series may be most well known for causing the senseless destruction of countless keyboards and mice. The games require players to solve puzzles while building wacky machines, with each level offering a set of specific parts that the player needs to use to build their crazy contraptions and achieve a specified goal. From humble beginnings– popping a balloon with a needle, for example– players will soon transfer to boggled-brain territory as they have figure out how to combine a rat in a cage, a goldfish in a bowl, two strings and a bowling ball. In addition to the given levels, wacky inventors can dive into the free play mode, in which there can let their imaginations run free.
“We are incredibly excited to be able to bring back the Incredible Machine series through GOG.com,” said Jeff Tunnell Managing Partner at PushButton Labs and the original co-designer of the original series.“It has felt great to let audiences new and old rediscover the great grandfather of physics puzzle games.”
“The Incredible Machine series is a true gem of classic PC games and I'm sure lots of GOG.com users will fondly remember the tough times they had solving the puzzles,” said Adam Oldakowski, Managing Director of GOG.com.“We're really happy to add the series to our catalogue as this game will never really show its age and is a perfect fit for gamers young and old.”
The Incredible Machine Mega Pack is already available for download at GOG.com for $9.99, DRM-free and compatible with Windows XP and Vista.
About PushButton Labs
Founded in 2008 by veteran independent game developers Jeff Tunnell and Rick Overman, PushButton Labs is committed to developing great games and great technology. Visit the PushButton Labs blog at www.pushbuttonlabs.com to discover what is new around the lab.
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