Kelvin and the Infamous Machine is a hilarious point-and-click adventure in which you stumble irresponsibly through history to help legendary geniuses complete their masterworks!
Kelvin is the well-meaning research assistant of Dr. Edwin Lupin, an outstanding but tacky physicist who goes completely nuts when his life’s work, a shower-shaped time machine, is ridiculed by the scientific community. Bent on leaving his mark, Lupin launches himself into the past to prevent history’s greatest geniuses from completing their defining works, so HE can complete them instead.
Now the very fabric of time is beginning to unravel, and it’s up to Kelvin and his fellow research assistant Lise to repair it. Point and click your way through three wacky, gorgeously drawn chapters to help Ludwig van Beethoven, Isaac Newton, and Leonardo da Vinci achieve their destined greatness!
Minor bug fixes
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Gem, but buggy.
First, what I loved:
- voice acting
- art style
- UI, perfect for mobile
I enjoyed every minute of it. The puzzles made sense. I only needed help once and that’s because I didn’t notice one area at all, and was stuck with no access to Leonardo himself in the Florence.
What I didn’t like:
- the game is completely freezing every 2-3 minutes on iPhone X and has to be restarted. I finished it only through sheer perseverance, because I liked it so much. But this bug was really taking away some fun from the experience.
Loved every minute, I really am baffled by rob scahills review about the puzzles, I found this to be one of the most logical games I’ve played and I only needed help twice during the entire game?? It was beautifully laid out so only a little thought got you results, perhaps I’m more used to this type of game. There were great humorous moments and very clever to have it in parts as the frequent change kept your attention throughout. A huge well done all round 👏🏻👍😺
Played many games like this and i’d place this one as middle-ranking.
Graphics and audio are good and the puzzles are reasonably challenging. Thing is, very quickly you end up trying every item in your backpack, with each other rather than use any kind of logical pattern. Gets things done quicker.
At times i got frustrated searching all over the maps for clues to progress, hence the click-on-eveything approach.
Decent enough, without being brilliant. Was stable though and no crashes for me on the iPad.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.