Even More Incredible Machine, The Dynamix, Inc., Jeff Tunnell Productions / Sierra On-Line, Inc. 1993

The general objective of the games is to create a series of Rube Goldberg devices: arrange a given collection of objects in a needlessly complex fashion so as to perform some simple task (for example, "put the ball into a box" or "light a candle"). Available objects ranged from simple ropes and pulleys to electrical generators, bowling balls and even cats and mice. The levels usually have some fixed objects that cannot be moved by the player, and so the only way to solve the puzzle is carefully arrange the given objects around the fixed items. There is also a "freeform" option that allows the user to "play" with all the objects with no set goal or to also build their own puzzles with goals for other players to attempt to solve. This was an extended version of the original The Incredible Machine and had around 160 levels, about twice the amount of levels in the original game, and also had quite a few more parts.
Full Demo 684kb (@ XTC Abandonware) listed under "T"
ISO Demo 381MB (uploaded by Egon68)
DOS Level Demo 565kb (uploaded by twinklestarmate)
Copyright Protection - password disabler (provided by basseta & upped by Scaryfun) 58kb
DOS Floppy Disk Image ISO Demo 617kb (uploaded by twinklestarmate)
DOS ISO Demo 381MB (uploaded by twinklestarmate)
16-bit Windows Floppy Disk Image ISO Demo 1.2MB (uploaded by twinklestarmate)
16-bit Windows ISO Demo v1.02 (copy protection) 1.2MB (uploaded by twinklestarmate)
16-bit Windows ISO Demo v1.01c ( no copy protection) 1.2MB (uploaded by twinklestarmate)
User Manual + Hint Book 1.9+2.8MB (uploaded by twinklestarmate)

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