There are many ways to create games for the mobile devices. Some are classics reinvented, like Parcheesi that you can download for free, and others offer some graphics similar to the console, as Honkai Impact Third.
But between the two worlds are games, indie titles that are created with a lot of effort and not many resources that are conspicuous by their quality and approach.
Today we have discovered one called HOMO machina that has a very original: How would a human body if it were a machine?
A normal day, in a very little normal
This game is based on the work of scientist Fritz Kahn explaining the human behavior in the articles and books that he wrote using the metaphor of a factory of its time, the early years of the TWENTIETH century.
This is the idea which have been used in ART Experience to create a game for 30 levels is suggesting to us challenges in the form of puzzles to get through the day. Metaphorically and literally.
The game takes place in the interior of a body and each of the organs is confirmed by piping, steam systems, lighting and cables, and the organization depends on the different workers of the place.
We will have to make the machine, the body, wake up, eat what you should, and even enjoy listening to music.
It is a game quite simple and finish it in theory should lead us on an hour-although it is normal that we do, if we are something fast, in just over half an hour.
Download it free for a limited time
HOMO Machina costs 3.49 euros, a price perhaps a bit high taking into account its duration, but today we can download free of charge from the Google Play Store, and cordially invite you to make or do, to fill this leisure time extra that we have these days.
The entrance to This game is free temporarily and you have to download it since it appears first on The Android Free.