Homo Machina is a puzzle game that is played in two dimensions and takes place inside a person’s body. The player sees the game from a unique point of view that looks like a huge workshop full of different kinds of tools. A small studio in Paris called Darjeeling was responsible for coming up with the idea. The writers were inspired by the medical pictures that Dr. Fritz Kahn had made.
FACTORY WORKER LEARNS HUMAN BODY IN FUN GAME!
In the game, you play the part of a factory worker whose job it is to keep the factory running. To do this, we will have to learn about the human body, figure out how to solve different kinds of problems, and solve simple logic puzzles. For example, we have to keep our jaws in the right place when we eat food. To do this, tap the screen where you want the change to happen and then swipe in the way you want. There are many systems and parts of the body that can do the same jobs. The rules are not too hard to understand, and the user interface is easy to use. This doesn’t mean, though, that the player won’t have to use their brains sometimes while playing the game.
HOMO MACHINA ANDROID GAME FEATURES ARTISTIC 2D MAPS BY DR. FRITZ KAHN
The computer game we’re reviewing can only be played by one person at a time. There’s no choice for multiplayer play, and the game doesn’t need it. In the Android version of Homo Machina, you can find amazing two-dimensional pictures that look like maps and art by Dr. Fritz Kahn. The way works of art look is interesting and often funny, which helps to completely change the way we do things every day.