Crazy Machines Golden Gears THD is like Apparatus in HD

October 25, 2012
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If you're a fan of fun and exciting puzzle based and contraption games you'll surely want to check out the brand new Crazy Machines Golden Gears. It's available starting today for Android in the Google Play Store. If you've ever played fun puzzlers like Apparatus this is certainly a game worth enjoying. Read on for more details on this physics and puzzle filled THD game.

The award winning Crazy Machines is now available on Android, exclusively for NVIDIA Tegra-powered devices. This being a THD game you can expect some awesome graphics, stunning visuals and lifelike physics from the new game. If you've ever played Crazy Machines before, you'll love their mobile version of the puzzler.

The extremely popular game Apparatus took the mobile world by storm, but this is an entirely new level of contraption and puzzle based gameplay. With Crazy Machines Golden Gears THD everything is essentially on steroids. The graphics are awesome and the physics engine offers fire, wind, gravity and particle effects like never seen before. There's explosions, and the true-to-life physics behavior will make your contraptions and experiments truly come to life. Or come crashing down based on the nature of gravity.

Crazy Machines Golden Gears will offer over 60 different parts and tools to master puzzles and complete levels to earn stars. It will be a free-to-play game, with ads, and in-app purchases will add additional parts to help players complete the game. We're told the basic $2.99 purchase will be enough to complete the entire game and have a blast doing so at the same time. Oh and that $2.99 purchase will remove those pesky ads too. Get Crazy Machines Golden Gears THD today at the Google Play Store, as well as NVIDIA's TegraZone. Expect a non-Tegra version for all Android devices coming soon. Enjoy!


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  • Chloe

    Downloaded to my Samsung tab 10.1 from Google play on 11/21. Have no power cord in the parts inventory. Anybody else have this issue?