Homo Machina for iOS
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Homo Machina

May 16, 2018
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About this game

Developer: ARTE Experience
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Homo Machina is a puzzle game inspired by the work of avant-garde scientist Fritz Kahn. Set off on a crazy journey to solve the surreal puzzles of Homo Machina and learn about the internal working of the human body, represented as a gigantic 1920s factory. In this narrative puzzle, players are plunged into an ingenious system of nerves, vessels and valves. The aim is to help the body function correctly in about thirty steps or so throughout the entire day. Each scene breaks down daily acts, such as opening your eyes, chewing a toast or listening to music, through seamless navigation and intuitive and inventive gameplay.

Gamer Reviews

610 Reviews
7.86
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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
8.19
Nick TylwalkMay 22, 2018
Certainly, there should be plenty of room for a sequel, should the developers feel up to one. It could be another day in the same body or a new cast of characters under a completely different person's skin. Whether that happens or not, Homo Machina is yet the latest example of how even within some pretty narrow constraints in terms of setting and mechanics, it's possible to craft a pretty excellent world that is both amusing and rewarding. You might even learn something along the way, but kids, please don't use it as assistance for your upcoming biology test, because something tells me you're not going to pass it if you do.
Campbell BirdMay 17, 2018
Homo Machina is a charming and creative adventure game in almost every way, and it’s full of little surprises. The only one of these surprises that isn’t so great is that it all ends too soon. Still though, if you’re looking for something short, sweet, and fun, Homo Machina is hard to pass up.
Harry SlaterMay 17, 2018
Despite a few missteps, there's enough that Homo Machina gets right that you're going to love the time you spend with it.

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