Games part of the The Incredible Machine series
- The Incredible Machine (1992): This is the original game that started the series. It challenges players to solve puzzles by constructing intricate Rube Goldberg-style contraptions. The goal is to create a chain reaction using various objects, such as ramps, balls, conveyor belts, and more, to accomplish specific tasks.
- The Incredible Machine 2 (1994): The sequel to the original game, it features new levels and puzzles to solve. Players continue to use a wide range of objects and contraptions to build complex machines and achieve specific objectives.
- The Incredible Machine 3 (1995): Also known as "The Incredible Machine: Even More Contraptions," this installment introduces new challenges and a larger variety of objects. It offers an enhanced level editor, allowing players to create and share their own puzzles.
- The Incredible Machine: Even More Contraptions (2001): Released as a standalone expansion, this game builds upon the third installment. It introduces additional challenges, objects, and tools for players to create even more elaborate contraptions.
The Incredible Machine series is renowned for its unique puzzle-solving gameplay and the joy of watching the imaginative and often humorous chain reactions triggered by the player's contraptions. The games provide a wide range of challenges that require creative thinking, problem-solving skills, and a solid understanding of physics.
1993DOS puzzleDeveloper: DynamixPublisher: Sierra On-Line
1993DOS puzzleDeveloper: Jeff Tunnell ProductionsPublisher: Sierra On-Line
1994DOSWindows 3.xWindows XP/98/95 puzzleDeveloper: Jeff Tunnell ProductionsPublisher: Sierra On-Line
1994Windows 3.x puzzleDeveloper: Jeff Tunnell ProductionsPublisher: Sierra On-Line