Explora una fantástica visión de la época victoriana en The Clockwork Man, un épico juego de objetos ocultos.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 10 ago. 2011

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Explora una fantástica visión de la era Victoriana en The Clockwork Man, un juego épico de objectos escondidos. Durante el cambio de siglo, en una línea del tiempo alternativa, la tecnología del vapor domina casi todos los ámbitos de la vida.

La última en una larga línea de ingenieros e inventores, Miranda Calomy, siempre ha tenido habilidad para resolver problemas de forma creativa. Cuando una extraña carta de su abuelo llega a su apartamento en Londres, Miranda deja de lado sus planes y se embarca en una aventura por todo el mundo. ¿Será capaz de unir las piezas para el invento más grande del mundo antes de que sea demasiado tarde?

Únete a Miranda y Sprocket en una increíble aventura con desafíos de objetos escondidos y asombrosos rompecabezas en un escenario Steampunk.

Características Principales:

  • Desplazamiento magnífico y escenas con zoom
  • Cientos de objetos victorianos pintados a mano
  • Aventura y rompecabezas lógicos
  • Un innovador sistema de pistas: ¡Sprocket el Robot!
  • Juega a tus niveles favoritos una y otra vez con el modo Freeplay
  • La posición de los objetos cambia en las repeticiones
  • Música ambiental y voces

Requisitos del sistema

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • SO: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Procesador: 1.6 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 150 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Gráfica compatible con DirectX 7.0 o superior y una profundidad de color de 32 bits
    • Versión de DirectX®: 7.0
    • SO: OS X versión Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3 o posterior
    • Procesador: 1.6 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 150 MB de espacio libre
    • OS: 32-bit Ubuntu 6+ or Fedora 6 / Open Suse 10.2 / Mandriva 2007 (Kernel 2.6, GLIB 2.4, GTK 2)
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB
    • Hard Drive: 130 ΜΒ
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A 5 de 5 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2.8 h registradas
Publicado el 26 de junio
Eh. I am giving this hidden-object game a thumbs up, but only barely. It's not terrible, just not great.

It's straightforward hidden-object scenes with a handful of puzzles: no point-and-click adventuring. Some hidden-object scenes are innovative, in that they involve zooming (dumb) or scrolling (cool). Otherwise, they are of moderate difficulty, and sometimes not quite fair.

Another innovation is in the hint system, which involves constantly upgrading your robot helper. But ... the whole point of playing such games is to avoid the hints and enjoy the hidden-object scenes! I never used the robot, so this innovation was lost on me.

The story is the usual humdrum, with good voice acting, but there are too many cutscenes. There is too much effort to put the hidden-object scenes into the context of the story, with some quite silly results. You're supposed to play a budding engineer, but all she does is search through piles of junk for junk. :) As others have commented: being the only female cleaning up after all the male characters is quite insulting, but then this genre isn't exactly known for its progressive values.

If you're a fan of hidden-object games, you might enjoy this game for the scrolling scenes. Also the sequel, The Clockwork Man: The Hidden World, is much better, and it does continue this story, so if you want to play that one you might want to play this one. In itself, it is a forgettable and buggy game.

I'd like to thank the developer for supporting Linux, but unfortunately the Linux port isn't good. I could not activate fullscreen mode (though at least I could maximize the window) and could never quite get the sound levels right. (The default sound level has the music as loud as the voice acting, which makes it impossible to hear what people are saying.) The game seems to have been developed in Flash -- which I don't mind, as long as the final result works. As it stands, it's all a bit sluggish and buggy (I have a very powerful PC, so hardware is not the issue).
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2.2 h registradas
Publicado el 9 de octubre
Valve, please. Just give us one more option besides a "yes" or a "no". A half-hearted "mneh" or a a shrug icon or even a thumb pointing sideways.

Because that's how I feel about The Clockwork Man. Not angry or frustrated enough to condemn this hidden object game, but not impressed enough to turn my thumbs upwards either.

There're certainly some aspects to praise about the game. It comes with a fairly unique hint system, built into the game's clockwork sidekick. It uses charges to help the player find more difficult objects, and recharges slowly over time so it doesn't make the game too easy all at once. The art is nice at least, and the game is mildly spiced up with other kinds of puzzles in-between hidden-object-finding sessions.

On the other hand, there just isn't much else to the game. I finished in about two hours, with some help from the hint system. The puzzles are nice, but they're also obvious (and overdone) to the seasoned puzzler. Upon completion, The Clockwork Man offers a freeplay mode, but those are for Hidden Object maps that you've already played by then.

The biggest disappointment had to be the setting. It promised an alternate-history steampowered Victorian world, and it delivered that in the first few moments. But then you're sent to an under-developed tropical island where little to none of that ever comes into play. Your "global" adventure only consists of a few moments in your Victorian home and the rest of it on a single generic tropical mystery-island. The only steampowered clockwork wonders you'll experience are your sidekick Sprocket and what you discover during the short finale.

Hidden Object game enthusiasts will like this more, but they'd be better off with The Clockwork Man Bundle, which consists of this game and its sequel (which appears to at least have more Victorian steampunk elements). For everyone else though, whatever the second game is like, I can definitely say that The Clockwork Man is underwhelming and not worth a full-price purchase.
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 7 de julio de 2014
Este es un juego de objetos escondidos, con algunos puzzles metidos en el medio. Si bien me gusta este tipo de juegos, este en particular me ha dejado sabor a poco:
- La longitud es corta, en 2 horas aproximadamente se termina, lo que lo hace corto aún para este tipo de juegos.
- Tratándose de un juego de objetos escondidos, hay pantallas en las que no hay tantos objetos, muchas zonas vacías, por lo cual es bastante fácil encontrarlos.
- Los puzzles también son muy sencillos, aunque en su defensa son lógicos. Excepto al final, que hay que "resolver" la navegación de un laberinto realmente muy, muy sencillo.

Sin embargo, los gráficos están cuidados y el sistema de pistas (para quien los necesite) es original, gastándose "cargas" según el tipo de pista solicitado. Y también lo de pantallas dentro de otra pantalla le da mas variedad.

Para los aficionados que recién empiezan con este juego, o para jugar con niños, puede ir, pero para un jugador adulto experimentado conviene obviarlo.
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A 14 de 14 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 4 de enero
This is a review for both "Clockwork Man" and "Clockwork Man: The Hidden World" since I played them back to back and they share the same lead character. Actually, I've played both these games many times on a different PC before I got into Steam. So my playtimes you see for each will probably be less than a normal playthrough since I can whiz through the games by now. We'll start with game #1:

- Nice graphics and good character designs. The main girl, Miranda (YAY, she has my name!), is quite lovely.
- The voice acting is also good, for the most part. I really like who they chose for Miranda. Some of the others can be a bit cheesy but it is amusing rather than irritating.
- Interesting story.
- Both games have a very neat hidden object feature. Scrolling and zooming. Not every scene but many allow you to move around the area. Some items are sneakily hidden behind others but just one click to the left or right will reveal them.
- Both games also have an interesting hint system. You travel around with a little robot man and he'll help you locate those tough to find objects. He starts out with the ability to just tell you where a random something is. Then a little into the story, he learns how to give you an item's silhouette (which is the hint I prefer if I'm stuck). Further in the story, he gets other abilities. Like briefly highlighting each metal object on your HO list.
- In both games, the music isn't spectacular but it's pleasant to listen to. Actually, in #2 there are a couple places with very lovely melodies.
- When you beat each game, Freeplay opens up. This gives you random hidden object areas. Good for if you're in that "I have a craving to find stuff" mood.

- Neither game is connected to Steam while you're playing. So you won't be able to chat with friends or take steam screenshots.
- Unfortunately, both games have issues when it comes to clicking on items. You'll find you need to be very precise and occasionally you'll need to click more than once or try clicking on a different part of the object. It doesn't happen TOO often or else I wouldn't be able to recommend these games.
- Both games are short. Boo.

Now I'll list the differences in Clockwork Man: The Hidden World:

- The length is longer. Because of the higher difficulty, possibly much longer.
- This game has a journal where Miranda records her adventures and anything of note. You WILL need to use this journal to solve quite a few puzzles.
- There are many more puzzles in #2 and some of them are downright devious. There are no skip options either. Also, it's easy to miss things that you need in some scenes so you might get stuck for awhile. I love this game but it IS a bit aggravating sometimes. Those who enjoy a challenge will have fun. :D
- The story has no tie-ins with the first game. The Hidden World's plot is much more involved than #1 and, in my opinion, fascinating.
- The voice acting, again in my opinion, is better than the first game. (Miranda is still the same, which is good!)
- Maybe it's my imagination but it seems the graphics are better in #2, though I'm pretty sure they used the same game engine.
- When you finish the game, you can rewatch any of the cutscenes.

So in closing, I really enjoy both these games so I'm definitely recommending them to hidden object and puzzle fans. But, because of their short length, you should wait and grab them when they're on sale.

Important Note! The games might not load up for you, which is an issue I had. Right click on the Clockwork Man title, click on Properties, click on Local Files, click on Browse Local Files (which will bring up your program files for the games), right click on the Clockwork Man title again, click on Troubleshoot Compatibility, and finally click on Try recommended settings. I did that for each game and then they worked just fine.
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A 22 de 29 personas (76%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 8 de julio de 2014
The difficulty level of the Hidden Object parts are LEGENDARY only for the bravest of brave to attempt. The images on the store page for this game look widescreen, but clicking the video shows the game is 4:3. This is normally not a big deal in puzzle games, but in this game its a HUGE deal due to how tiny the objects that need to be found. Playing on a widescreen you may literally need a magnifying glass to find objects, doesnt help that some areas have multiple areas with no indicator as to which scenes contain what objects. Even worse is that some objects are literally a few pixels in size due to its older ratio where that might not have been a problem for widescreen users combined with many objects being very low resolution this game will pose obstacle of herculean proportions. Items also spawn randomly, so go ahead and stare all day for a missing item, it may not even be on the screen, or it may have spawned behind another object since its random. This leads to reloading the game alot to reset objects to random positions hoping the objects spawn in an area that is visibly clickable. Even completely visible objects are hard to click due to them having such a teeny tiny clickable area that may have you clicking all over even though you feel your clicking right on the object itself.

The puzzles are at just the right difficulty not to impossible but challenging enough that finishing them feels rewarding. Oddly though many of these cant be skipped, there is no guide in the game like other games to help you so players may end up stuck unable to ever continue the game. Worse is that with some puzzles the pieces may be missing. Meaning the pieces spawned off screen, so you may need to reload the game many times to finish a puzzle to reset the locations of pieces.

The story is awesome with very good voice acting, this saves the game from being a total disaster, but the gameplay elements are so buggy their almost broken making it a very tedious and exhausting gameplay experience. Pretty sure the game like the title screen hasnt been updated since 2012 so guessing what bugs are there will be there forever sadly.

Rating: 2/10 Value: $0.99
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