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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1197d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Machinarium Review

Pocket Gamer: There's an old adage passed down by screenwriters - "Show, don't tell". It urges would-be movie makers to reveal facts about the world and its characters through actions, rather than boring exposition and endless voice over.

Czech point-and-clicker Machinarium from Amanita design is all about the power of showing over telling. (iPad, Machinarium) 9/10

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