Infamous Machine 12+


    • 4.4 • 161 Ratings
    • $2.99



Infamous Machine is a hilarious point-and-click adventure in which you stumble irresponsibly through history to help legendary geniuses complete their masterworks!

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!

What’s New

Version 1.3

Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
161 Ratings

161 Ratings

Nat.Venger ,

Fun but crashes

Crashes often on my 8 Plus. I force wit all other programs to free up memory but doesn't help.

However, if you're willing to restart the game every few minutes it's rewarding and enjoyable! Summary - has a classic point and click feel and a monkey island kinda humor.

fojlz ,

Works perfectly with iPadOS 14

A lot of people mention experiencing bugs with this game, but I didn’t experience any with my second generation iPad Pro running iPadOS 14, so whatever bugs there were I think have been corrected. For reference, I played through in November 2020.

This game has nice voice acting, fun puzzles at just the right degree of difficulty (not too hard, but not too easy except maybe the first level). If you like point and click adventures this’ll be right up your alley. It feels more Ike a fully fledged console game than a mobile game, which I love.

My only complaint is the length! I think the price is fair for the amount of game you get, but I would’ve been willing to pay more for more game — there are only three levels. It feels like you don’t get enough time with the characters and that they could’ve done more with it. It certainly leaves you wanting more, but I don’t think that’s any reason to reduce the rating. The gravedigger who likes pictures of cute animals will stick with me!

ally555 ,

Absolutely loved it!

It’s so nice to play an adventure game that relies on creativity, humor, intelligent puzzles and clean entertainment. If you like point and click adventures that require some creative thinking and interactive puzzling...then don’t hesitate to grab this game. It’s well worth the cost forthis lengthy, immersive game. The puzzles were all logical and didn’t depend on random tapping like some games out there.

Nowadays, the gaming world is oversaturated with developers who get lazy and rely on topics of violence, sex, suffering, death, demonic/satanic imagery, witchcraft and occult ritual abuse. Seems like developers don’t understand that fear and “adult” subject matter aren’t forms of “entertainment” for the majority of healthy humans.

So this game was a pleasant surprise and the developers deserve much gratitude and positive reviews. Thank you

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