The Ingenious Machine is a new quirky physics-based puzzler about building Rube Goldberg machines
How much do you like Rube Goldberg machines?
If it's quite a lot, then you'll want to check out a new physics-based puzzler called The Ingenious Machine.
It tasks you with the construction of ridiculous machines out of as many silly parts as possible in order to perform simple tasks. Just like any Rube Goldberg machine should, then.
Cogs, weights, pivots, levers, ropes, boots, guns, fans - these are just some of the parts you'll have to arrange across the 25 levels. Once done, you cause a chain reaction and pray for the best.
All the parts are drawn into the game by hand upon a blueprint background, too. It's a distinctive look and helps to amplify the game's character.
The trick to doing well in The Ingenious Machine is to embrace your creativity as you're rewarded for elaborate machines.
But if you fail to hit the goal of the level then points are deducted.
You can purchase The Ingenious Machine for 69p / 99c on the App Store [buy], Google Play [buy], the Amazon App Store [buy], and the Windows Phone Store [buy].