Mekorama 4+

Mechanical dioramas

Martin Magni

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 8.9K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Help a tiny robot stumble home through 50 puzzling mechanical dioramas.

- Relaxing gameplay
- Charming robots
- Collectible level cards
- Diorama maker
- Small install size

What’s New

Version 1.7.2

Bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
8.9K Ratings

8.9K Ratings

Zyeld ,

I don't write reviews for a reason.

I don't write very many reviews. There are a few main reason I don't. Most games I run into for mobile are ultimately made for gaining profit or grossing (not sure if that's the same thing). I'm not saying that I don't support in app purchases, but I discourage the ways they are being used. A few examples of shameful uses of these in app purchases are games like clash of clans. Clash of clans is a great game and I recommend people play it at some point. The only problem I have with it is the "pay to win" side. The reason I quoted that is because it's not really pay to win. It's pay to progress faster. It's not very fun for the people that have to put in a lot more time because they don't have money. Another example of this is when a game gives you a taste of their game... After you start liking it they force you to pay up more and more to keep playing or to unlock the next area. NOW.. :p This game I will write a review for . - This game is a very good game. I enjoy the puzzles and the silly physics. The features are perfected and the replay value is endless. Thank you for making this game. Thank you for giving me options to support you. I don't have money to give right now , but I am going to support this developer as soon as I have money to do so.

WLB1122 ,

I absolutely love this app!

In my initial review, I wrote that I don't generally pay for games, but, after playing a few levels, I decided that I had to pay for this one. I was initially drawn in by a character that is cute and likable, but very quickly came to appreciate it for the endless possibilities (because of the possibility of creating your own levels or playing levels created by other users) and the fact that it takes up so little of the very limited space on my iPad. No timers, lives or ridiculous scoring systems, just a fun little game.

After spending some time playing the in-app levels and levels posted on Facebook, I started experimenting with creating my own levels. My initial hope was that I would create something challenging, but I found that I was more interested in the art and humor than in the game. I have created some truly amazing works of art (humorous performance art). I don't pay for games, but I went back and paid again for the app, wishing that I could afford to pay more. It's a great game, but it's more than a game. There are some features that I would like it to have, but it is perfect as it is. I absolutely love this app!

AHnickname ,

Touch screen isn’t accurate on iPhone

My number 1 issue is that I have to off-set where I touch on my phone screen to move some of the cubes. My phone is calibrated just fine and when I direct the robot, there’s no issue. Only when I need to move objects. And even then, it’s 50/50. It’s really annoying on level 60 where I have to rotate the whole scene and I try all over the screen and it seems to spin in whichever direction it chooses. Maybe that’s part of the puzzle, but it doesn’t seem it would be. I’m on an iPhone with a screen protector. And idk, maybe it’s just my fingers.

My 2nd comment is just a personal disappointment. Mekorama was a recommended similar app after I completed all available levels in Monument and Monument 2. Mekorama definitely has the level of complexity in the puzzles, but there is one big difference. It fuses a “gaming” style where I also have to navigate timed actions, precision measuring, and an overall perfect performance etc. You die frequently and are forced to start over. I use puzzling as a means to relax, not hyper-focus and “beat” all the levels. So I probably won’t stick with this much longer.

If you’re looking for a game and like to “win”, you’ll probably enjoy it. If you’re strictly into puzzles…meh.

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The developer, Martin Magni, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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