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The Penguin Machine

The Penguin Machine is a remake of The Incredible Machine, written by Sierra a few years ago on Atari ST and Amiga. A level editor is included in the package.


Sébastien Migniot
(smigniot)
The Penguin Machine is a remake of The Incredible Machine by Sierra a few years ago on Atari ST and Amiga. In a world full of baloons, guns, basket balls and other candles, you have to fulfill a quest at each level. On one level the basket ball must ran throught elevators to reach the goal, on another, the candle must fire up a rope to let the cat dread the mouse, which runs in the cage and starts the rocket engine. It's simply incredible, full of physics and ready to blow your brain. I'm seeking for developers :)

Links

Home Page
http://www.migniot.com/matrix/projects/thepenguinmachine

Releases

The Penguin Machine 1.0 — 7 Oct, 2005

Pygame.org account Comments

  • Zoran Popovic 2012-04-15 15:32:06

    twimc,  thing runs on Python 2.7 (fedora 16) with additional modifications (beside those by David O' Shea), concerning errors like "TypeError: integer argument expected, got float" and "TypeError: range() integer end argument expected, got float." - I had to add min and max functions in surfutils.c (e.g. static double min(double x, double y) {return (x < y ? x : y);} static double max(double x, double y) {return (x > y ? x : y);}), and corrected Objects.py:
    line 45:
     pilsource.resize((math.trunc(pilsource.size[0]/coeff), math.trunc(pilsource.size[1]/coeff))).save(filename)
    lines 367 and 393:
    for i in range(math.trunc(step)+1):
    ...
    Mind I wasn't coding for ages, and I have played just one level ... a great game, wish I could do more for it ..