Submachine Zero: Ancient Adventure

by alphamonkey on September 12, 2006 · 2 comments

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Mateusz Skutnik‘s Submachine series of games remain among my favorite of the point and click puzzle games (Hapland and Eyemaze being my all time favs), and his entry Submachine Zero was a close contender in the Jay is Games Casual Gameplay Design Competition.

While not being too terribly difficult to solve, it’s still a prime example of what the genre is capable of.  Enjoy. 

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  • elkciN

    Can I trade my wisdom in for a speed boat? I’ll name my speed boat ‘wisdom’ and use it to impress all the ladies. You heard that ladies? Prepare to be impressed.

  • Alan

    If you are prepared to swap wisdom for a speedboat, then you are truly wise. You would be even wiser if you swapped it for a speedboat, a Range Rover, a flat in Mayfair and a monkey.

    Sweet game btw, I think Submachine are the best in the genre, I loved Hapland but they are too darn tricky, I can finish these on my own.

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