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'Crazy Machines' (NDS) Announced - Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

Crazy Machines for NDS is a handheld adaptation of the very successful and highly awarded Crazy Machines series. Due to the unique control features and the special layout of the NDS, Crazy Machines develops its own unordinary approach without losing its very own origins.

The fun of Crazy Machines is enhanced with the new innovative Action Mode, where players control the parts interactively with the specific NDS features – stylus action, microphone etc.

In the secret laboratory of the crazy professor players have to solve various tricky experiments. Several machines the professor invented long time ago have to be completed.

The task is

Crazy Machines for NDS is a handheld adaptation of the very successful and highly awarded Crazy Machines series. Due to the unique control features and the special layout of the NDS, Crazy Machines develops its own unordinary approach without losing its very own origins.

The fun of Crazy Machines is enhanced with the new innovative Action Mode, where players control the parts interactively with the specific NDS features – stylus action, microphone etc.

In the secret laboratory of the crazy professor players have to solve various tricky experiments. Several machines the professor invented long time ago have to be completed.

The task is to trigger chain reactions and make up processes the professor forgot over the years. For every challenge, the players have a limited amount of several elements at their disposal. Beside the ordinary puzzle solving players are offered a sand box mode, where they can develop their own experiments and share them with friends.

Key Features :

  • Sand Box Mode for creating and sharing custom made experiments
  • Unique control features of the Nintendo DS are used to full extent
  • Various predefined experiments
  • Loveable professor who is acting as mentor for the players

dtp will release Crazy Machines on the NDS in November 2008.

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