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Machinarium building towards WiiWare release

The Wii and "great hardware" are rarely used in the same sentence, but there will soon be some great hardware (of the robotic kind) coming to Nintendo's platform in the form of Amanita's acclaimed adventure Machinarium.

Surely you've heard of Machinarium by now, but if you've managed to miss the Czech studio's acclaimed successor to Samorost, the game tells the story of a little robot cast out of a great metal metropolis by a gang of thugs who plan to blow up the city. Now the little silent protagonist must overcome all obstacles in his efforts to get back and rescue his girlfriend from captivity, and save the city while he's at it.

The port is being handled by Canadian developers XGen Studios, and no target release date has been announced for the game's downloadable WiiWare release.

Details on Machinarium

Adventure games by Amanita Design

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Samorost (Series) 2016

One day, the little space gnome will find strange flute (magical, of course) which fell down from the sky.

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Botanicula  2012

In this mid-sized project from the developers of Samorost and Machinarium, players control five tiny tree critters who begin a quest to save the last seed when their treehouse is invaded by parasites.

Osada  2011

A surreal take on the Wild West, featuring psychedelic country music.

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Machinarium  2009

Machinarium is a strange rusty, metallic place populated only by robots.

Questionaut  2008

Produced for BBC's Bitesize website as a learning game for 11 year olds.

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Rocketman  2004

This mini-game was created for the Nike Lab website.

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The Quest For The Rest  2004

A short, free online Flash game that served as a promotion for The Polyphonic Spree's 2004 album Together We're Heavy, including music from the album.

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