Machinarium é um jogo premiado de quebra-cabeça / aventura independente desenvolvido pelos criadores dos jogos de web populares Samorost e Samorost2. Um pequeno robô que foi jogado fora no ferro velho atrás da cidade deve retornar e enfrentar a Irmandade da Touca Preta e salvar a sua namorada robô.
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Data de lançamento: 16/out/2009

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"A charming, beautiful, and elegantly designed modern point and click adventure game."


“Machinarium is an extraordinarily beautiful creation”
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Sobre este jogo

Machinarium é um jogo premiado de quebra-cabeça / aventura independente desenvolvido pelos criadores dos jogos de web populares Samorost e Samorost2.

Um pequeno robô que foi jogado fora no ferro velho atrás da cidade deve retornar e enfrentar a Irmandade da Touca Preta e salvar a sua namorada robô.
  • Mundo: O mundo de Machinarium é povoado somente por robôs de várias formas e funções. Um dos lugares mais interessantes nesse mundo é a velha, enferrujada e lendária cidade de Machinarium onde o jogo se passa.
  • História: Você terá que se livrar dos robôs perversos da Irmandade da Touca Preta, salvar o chefe da cidade e sua namorada robô também
  • Quebra-cabeças: Você resolverá muitos quebra-cabeças lógicos, buscas de aventura, racha cucas e minijogos
  • Gráficos: Cenários e personagens 2D feitos à mão e mais de uma hora de animações cuidadosamente trabalhadas
  • Música: Belíssima trilha sonora original composta e gravada por Floex (que também criou a trilha sonora de Samorost2)
  • Comunicação: Você não achará nenhum diálogo longo e chato nesse jogo, personagens falam através de balões de fala com animações e símbolos simples

Requisitos de sistema

Mac OS X
    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 1.8 Ghz Processor
    • Memory: 1GB Ram
    • Hard Drive: 380MB Free space
    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later
    • Processor: Intel Mac 1.8 Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB
    • Hard Drive: 380MB free space
    • Other Requirements:
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
7.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 31 de março
Mesmo ainda não tendo zerado esse jogo, super recomendo. Se você gosta de jogo de Point and click e raciocinio lógico, jogue. Machinarium possui uma ótima trilha sonora e uma ilustração íncrivel. Cada cenário e personagem que aparece você baba mais e mais. E os puzzle... São incrivèis e divertidos. Nada muito impossível.
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10 de 15 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
6.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 22 de abril
Machinarium is unique in so many ways, which makes it difficult to write about. It's also one of those games that is best experienced firsthand rather than after reading a spoiler-ridden review. As much as I'd like to lecture on about something that impacted me so greatly, I'm left with very little to work with; but what's there to discuss paints a picture of a masterpiece.

Visually, Machinarium takes a Victorian children's book illustration style and blends it with dystopian psuedo-steampunk imagery. It's not only as striking as that description suggests but it adds layer upon layer to the gameplay and storyline. Characters and scenes are beautifully hand-drawn and painstakingly animated to bring life to the citizens of the eponymous metropolis. When I say life, I mean it metaphorically as the cast are entirely robotic; their endearing movements and actions convince you that they're genuine creatures, acting out of circuitry or as puppets.

The whole game is a juxtaposition. The pure and sweet protagonist stands brightly against the grim, dank underbelly of the city whilst the dark despair of obsolescence and helplessness is often paired with love and hope. There's a great story to be discovered without ever uttering a single word, written or spoken. That alone is a remarkable feat but the characters you meet along the way are just as impressively fleshed. From the musical troupe in need of new instruments to the brutish and bullying pair that serve as antagonists; so many moments will ring in your mind when you reminisce years later, which is a powerful statement.

I don't personally enjoy point and click adventures very often as I find they can sometimes be generic, predictable and require great leaps in logic. There are always exceptions, especially when it comes to LucasArts game, but lumping Machinarium into that category does little to help explain just why it's something every gamer should experience. It's on a par with the bests but ultimately nothing like them except in some key ingredients. The puzzles are frequent and never bordering on torturous like say 7th Guest, but they will certainly test you at times. It's a story-focused experience without sacrificing those times where you need to take a step back and hope for a eureka moment.

There are moments where I wish you could walk across scenes a little faster, but the protagonist's gentle hobbling is endearing and easily forgiven. Puzzles that prove an irritation are quickly overshadowed by the sheer genius of the next. I'd have liked less of the retro-gaming elements but that comes down purely to preference. I can raise minor criticisms but there are no dealbreakers, nothing that will make distract from how compelling it becomes to see through Josef's quest to reunite with his girlfriend. What Machinarium does, it does extremely well.

As with many games of the genre, it's a fairly brief journey, clocking in at around two hours if you're adept. It's not the longest game by any means and the ending is abrupt and slightly underwhelming but it manages not to overstay its welcome. The brevity does nothing to impact a powerful tale that had me smiling at several moments; you can put a value on the length of a game but it's much harder to put a value on something that makes you feel.

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6 de 8 pessoas (75%) acharam esta análise útil
12.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 7 de janeiro
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One of the best adventure games I've ever played. A very cute and detailed graphics using flash animation. The puzzles can be from simple to super complex. The storyline is told through actions and not through words, in fact the only dialogue resemble what adults sound like in the Snoopy cartoons. Follow the story of a robot searching for his lost girlfriend. Meet great characters along the way on this whimsical journey. This is great game, you won't be disappointed.
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8 de 14 pessoas (57%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
0.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 24 de janeiro
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Great mood! Great Music! Great Artwork! Great idea! and.... Great game!
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
1.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 1 de junho
Machinarium is one of those cute little Indie designs that, due to it's small team or low budget, has to pick up its boots and survive on its charm alone, and while concise and simplistic, it does that in spades. A sombre meander through a beautifully stylized, decaying robotic and alien world.


The reason Machinarium works so well is that it's very simple, what would normally be a flat flash game has been given life with tone, interaction, soundtrack and art style all marrying together to create a truly solid little game.

* The lack of dialogue and the fantastic sound and music, when placed together with the rustic, dystopian art really give the world a strong but still alien character to the world and make you want to explore and see more of it
* Little detailed works like the mini-games for hints add a fun layer of light wonder


* Genuinely none that take away from the game other than perhaps a lacklustre ending


Play time clocks in at 5 hours, and there are better indie titles out there for less than Machinarium, and with more replay value, of which Machinarium has very little, but at £7.49/8.49€/$9.99, it's still a reasonably priced and is a good buy when on sale.

There's also an Amanita Collection, which matches the prices of the separate games, but adds the value of the Machinarium soundtrack for free, but since it's soothing and ambient, but not a particularly amazing soundtrack, buying the titles separately is going to be the better choice for most.

* There's a free demo available on the store page
* You can play Samorost (a previous flash title by Amanita) on their website for free
* [spoler]The bricks with the spiders in the hint-book sometimes spell out the word rebol..[/spoiler] ..if you type "rebol" on the start screen you will gain access to a developer menu where you can select all levels and access all items
* There's was a limited edition Machinarium Fan Edition which may still be available on Amazon
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2 de 3 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
9.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 10 de janeiro
An "indie" game from before they were cool, Machinarium combines creative point and click tasks with excellent puzzles that briefly pop you out of the point and click interface to solve problems similar to classic real world mind benders like unhook the horeshoe/nails puzzle (but not that). It wraps all this up in an immersive world of decrepit technology and cute little sentient robots. One thing that works well in this game is the complete absence of dialog. And I don't mean just spoken dialog - there is no spoken or written language at all. The story and game progression is communicated through hand drawn diagrams and trail and error. The game is entirely in flash, so your controls are usually limited to left mouse button and mouse movement. Although, the game has a built in hint system comprised of a very short SHMUP sequence that allows you to use the keyboard. Strangely an end game action sequence forced me to use mouse control which was the only real point where I experienced significant frustration while playing the game.

Overall, this game is easy to recommend even at full price. The puzzles are challenging but not frustrating and the pace of self discovery is excellent for a point and click game. The art style really makes you feel like you are discovering a new world, and invites you to participate in it with its quirky characters.
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4 de 7 pessoas (57%) acharam esta análise útil
4.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 2 de janeiro
Amazing Soundtrack, and beautiful artwork with a charming story, yep, Machinarium has all that you can wish for in a point and click adventure game, not to mention the amount of steampunkiness in this game. 7/10
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9 de 17 pessoas (53%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
3.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 20 de janeiro
In this game I used toilet paper and a bit of sewage to make a cigarette, then traded it for someone's arm.
11/10 would deal weed again.
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
1.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 16 de fevereiro
Good game but unplayable on steam. The game uses temporary flash storage, which gets cleared on a regular basis so don't expect your save file to last more than a day. The only workaround for this is to manually find the save file and save it to a different folder, and then put it back when you want to play. Totally unacceptable for a steam game, don't know how there are so many positive reviews. Its like playing a ps1 game with no memory card.
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
1.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 21 de maio
The original published version of the game works like dream. The steam version is a gamble.

I recommend that you either: find out if the game works on your machine before buying, or, buy a different version from somewhere else.

In my case, the game won't start-up because of a graphics card incompatibility. There are a few fixes at forums that work sometimes, but not in my case.
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
9.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 21 de dezembro de 2014
Machinarium is an alternate universe puzzle point and click adventure in which you play as a small robot known as Josef who is looking for his missing girlfriend Berta. The adventure starts with you laying in a scrapheap figuring out how to piece yourself together. And once you get past that little puzzle, you quickly realise this is not an easy game... The puzzles are definitely more inline with the difficultly of the 16bit area of video gaming, not that it is a bad thing thing. The difficulty of the game naturally fits in with the aesthetics of the art, one can spend so long on certain puzzles, it gives plenty of time to admire the sheer beauty of the hand drawn art. The puzzles are creative and fresh, with a strong touch of quirkiness and humour with every completion. The music is easy on the ears and integrates with the games deep atmosphere. My criticisms of Machinarium would be that pointer can be a little imprecise, also if you move Josef while he is in tall or shot form, he hobbles along at a tedious pace. And the game does not offer any video settings, on certain monitors it can appear 'boxed'. Besides these minor setbacks, Machinarium is a beautiful work of art and a solid puzzle game full of humour, unique surprises and character. I strongly recommend this one.
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
6.0 hrs registradas
Publicada: 5 de janeiro
Machinarium is a classic point-and-click adventure game. It has an incredibly deep ambiance, amazing and utterly captivating graphics and such a cute little story!
Although you can play it from 3 to 6 hours without stopping, it is a short one when compared to the bigger names.
Nonetheless, it is exactly this shortness that makes it even better.

Another good side of Machinarium is the puzzle-ful environment. Everything you have to achieve is reached via puzzles.

The only negative side I can think of is the small resolution which is due to the game being hand-drawn (as far as I know).
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5 de 5 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
1.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 13 de junho de 2014
Machinarium é um excelente “point and click”, e para quem gosta de quebra-cabeças é um prato cheio! O jogo é dono de uma história cativante, personagens carismáticos, uma bela trilha sonora, além da arte e dos cenários muito bem feitos...
Se já existir um gosto pelo gênero Steampunk será fácil se identificar com Machinarium, é como se ele fosse o ferro-velho mais lindo do mundo dos games. Enfim, extraordinário!
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5 de 5 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
11.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 11 de maio de 2014
Machinarium é muito gostoso de jogar! Trilha sonora impecável e arte deliciosa :)
Único problema é ser muito curto! xD

Machinarium is such a delightful game! The soundtrack is flawless and the concept art is amazing :)
The only problem is that it is too short! Need more puzzles, gotta love puzzles xD
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7 de 9 pessoas (78%) acharam esta análise útil
13.0 hrs registradas
Publicada: 5 de janeiro de 2014
Um dos melhores point and click que já joguei.
Além de ter uma aparência linda, e uma boa trilha sonora, o jogo não é como a maioria dos point & click (saia clicando em tudo até dar certo), nesse você só consegue clicar naquilo que está próximo.
E os puzzles, apesar de desafiadores, são bem lógicos, coisas possíveis de se descobrir sozinho.
A história do jogo é muito simples, e com certeza não é seu forte.

Só acho o valor muito elevado para um jogo em flash.
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
1.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 21 de dezembro de 2013
Jogo de aventura simples, e ao mesmo tempo profundo. O roteiro, os gráficos e a jogabilidade são impecáveis, e você não precisa saber inglês para jogar, porque não há textos. Tudo é comunicado com imagens. Recomendado para todas as idades.
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Publicada: 10 de abril de 2013
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→ Estória fascinante e comovente de um pequeno robô em uma grande cidade mecânica;
→ Imaginativo e memorável;
→ Jogá-lo é um prazer para a mente e os sentidos, sempre estimulante e pronto para surpreender e nos fazer sorrir.
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
6.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 1 de novembro de 2013
Lindissímo e com puzzles bem elaboradas!
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120 de 137 pessoas (88%) acharam esta análise útil
0.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 3 de dezembro de 2013
This, has to be the most compelling story I've ever played through in a game. One of the best, most charmingly clever, point & click titles I've ever played, a masterpiece of a game. The rustic hand drawn graphics are genuinely exquisite and really help disguise the click areas of this game. Features a really touching twisted fate mecha-folkstory, of a young robot living in a steam-punk dystopian wasteland, trying to save an enslaved princess robot. The only dialog between the characters are small animated scenes inside thought bubbles, which I think is a cool way to help tell a story without literal or verbal ques. The music is beautiful, very original and thought provoking, it really helped set the tone. You'll come across the occasional puzzle here and there and they're are some tough ones, but none are too frustrating. Unlike many titles in this genre, Machinarium consistently had me at an "aHa!" moment, great game 10/10
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58 de 62 pessoas (94%) acharam esta análise útil
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4.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 23 de novembro de 2014

+ fantastic graphic style
+ great music & sound effects
+ atmosphere
+ locations / world
+ cute main character
+ nice, simple story
+ challenging puzzles
+ intuitive interface
+ lack of dialogues


- weak ending scene

One word review: Masterpiece

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