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Botanicula lands on iPad on May 1, after hitting PC and Mac in 2012. From Machinarium developer Amanita Design, Botanicula is a point-and-click puzzler and exploration game told from the perspective of five adorable bug friends. The tiny creatures must outrun and outsmart a barrage of parasi...

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Amanita Design has been silent on Samorost 3 since revealing the game in March of 2011, but today brings two important bits of information: a release window and a new teaser trailer. As with prior entries in the series, Samorost 3 is a dream-like adventure game that mates an intriguingly quain...

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The PlayStation Vita version of Amanita Design's acclaimed point-and-click adventure game Machinarium is available as a free download this week for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Following up on Amanita's Samorost series, Machinarium chronicles a scrapped robot's quest to save his robotic girlfri...

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It looks like that cute little robot dude in Machniarium has found the source of eternal life, the game first launching for PC in 2009 and still hitting other platforms in 2013, all to the wondrous fanfare. Machinarium is headed to European Vitas on May 1 for €5.99, following its North America...

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Eccentric puzzle-adventure Machinarium comes to Vita in North America on March 26. The robo-stuffed point-and-clicker jumped from PC to PS3 back in October, when developer Amanita Design announced an upcoming Vita version, albeit with "no idea" when it would arrive. March 26 is a little more concre...

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Machinarium is finally clanking its away to North America's PlayStation Network, releasing on Tuesday October 9 for $9.99. Amanita Design also tells us a Vita version of the puzzler is currently in development, but the Czech studio has "no idea when it will be released." According to Amanita Design...

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Amanita Design's lovely robot-themed adventure game, Machinarium, will occupy another beautiful screen, that of the PlayStation Vita. Machinarium's ESRB rating has been updated recently to add Vita to the list of platforms. However, designer Jakub Dvorsky told Joystiq that though Amanita would "lik...

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You can try a browser-based demo of Amanita Design's beautiful environmental adventure game Botanicula now! Then you can feel bad that you missed out on the chance to get the game in a Humble Bundle. Then you can find out it only costs $10 from the website anyway. These are all new experiences you ...

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Botanicula, the latest from Machinarium developer Amanita Design, has finally planted itself on Steam for PC and Mac. In addition, those willing to snag the organic adventure before 10:00am Pacific on May 14 can do so for only $8.99, a buck off the usual $9.99 price tag. Seems only fitting that buy...

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GOG's pre-order deal for Botanicula, getting the game for a dollar less than the post-launch retail price, seemed like a pretty legit bargain for Amanita Design's floral adventure. That is, until The Humble Botanicula Debut Bundle showed up, offering Botanicula, Machinarium and Samorost 2 for any a...

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The latest Humble Bundle is your first opportunity to purchase Amanita Design's newest point-and-click game, Botanicula. The bundle, under the entirely appropriate name "Humble Botanicula Debut," allows you to pay whatever you want for the new game, and pick up Amanita's Machinarium and Samorost 2...

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Botanicula, the adorable bug game (notice that's not "adorable-bug game," because no bug is adorable, and we don't care how much it looks like a tiny, hairless rabbit) from Machinarium developer Amanita Design is officially flying face-first onto PC and Mac on April 19. The above trailer shows of...

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Machinarium is a charming game with an arresting and engaging art style; it debuted on the Mac and PC platforms a couple years ago. It's very similar to the point-and-click adventure games that saw much popularity in the late 80s to early 90s. You must guide a robot character through a rusted, ...

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You know what, buster? It might be true that Amanita Design's wonderful little adventure game Machinarium is almost two years old. But you know what else? We don't care. As long as there are people walking this big blue globe who haven't helped little Josef on his journey to find the robot girl o...

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The platform specificity in the headline should already impart the bad news: Machinarium is not suited for the original iPad. According to a brief post on Amanita Design's blog, the melancholy 'bot adventure "needs quite a lot of memory and fast CPU so it works well only on iPad 2." Owners of ...

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Amanita Design's lovely little automated adventure title Machinarium seems like a natural fit for the iPad, which is in many respects also a tiny, helpful robot. The game hasn't made its way to the tablet due to its Apple-unfriendly Flash programming; however, Amanita founder Jakub Dvorsky recent...

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Machinarium developer Amanita Design describes its latest creation, the first of three new projects, as an interactive music video with "Czech psychedelic country music." That's a good encapsulation of this diversion, dubbed Osada, but we would also accept: "A weird, Gilliam-esque mix of ph...

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Developer Amanita Design seems to have its hands full, with a sequel to its adventure game Samorost and two other projects in progress. According to statements from founder Jakub Dvorsky at GameCityNights, the developer is still making time to get Machinarium onto PSN and as-yet-undecided tablets...

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We don't usually fall as hard or fast in love with games as we did with Amanita Design's robotic adventure title Machinarium. Ever since our infatuation developed in 2009, we've been starving for more projects from the studio to admire; luckily, in a recent interview with PC Gamer, founder Jakub ...

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