Incredible Machine Shrine and Compendium
As the original developers of the niche, hit game “The Incredible Machine” we want to keep the memory of this classic game alive. We will continue to fill this shrine and memorial with original designs, content, artwork, and ideas we have had about our favorite game of all time.
Coming Soon will be the original concept documents and designs. If you have anything you would like to see posted here, let us know by posting to our Twitter account @spotkin In the meantime, here are a couple of articles to get you started:
Cool Incredible Machine Links
- All of the CD Music From The Incredible Machine The music in The Incredible Machine was one of the things that we were always the most proud of. It turns out that the guys that created and performed that music were the real deal. Chris Stevens is a Grammy Award winning producer in Nashville and Tim Clarke plays trumpet professionally. Without clicking away to the article, here is the original title theme to The Incredible Machine.
- Making the physics in The Incredible Machine Was Incredibly Hard Kevin Ryan worked long and hard to figure out how to code the physics in The Incredible Machine. They could not be too real or they would just be boring.
- Why The Incredible Machine Worked in the Classroom The Incredible Machine was used in thousands of classrooms around the world. Being one of the first smart games of its time, many researchers conducted studies on why teachers put the game in their computer labs.