Kelvin and the Infamous Machine is a hilarious point-and-click adventure in which you stumble irresponsibly through history to help legendary geniuses complete their masterworks!
Kelvin is the well-meaning research assistant of Dr. Edwin Lupin, an outstanding but tacky physicist who goes completely nuts when his life’s work, a shower-shaped time machine, is ridiculed by the scientific community. Bent on leaving his mark, Lupin launches himself into the past to prevent history’s greatest geniuses from completing their defining works, so HE can complete them instead.
Now the very fabric of time is beginning to unravel, and it’s up to Kelvin and his fellow research assistant Lise to repair it. Point and click your way through three wacky, gorgeously drawn chapters to help Ludwig van Beethoven, Isaac Newton, and Leonardo da Vinci achieve their destined greatness!
Aug 25, 2020
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Ratings and reviews
April 30, 2020
I struggled with this game. The storyline is quite entertaining and flows well. The character lines are very funny and humorous. The game play is long, and the puzzles are challenging. So what is not to like? Well: 1) Poor touch controls. I noticed on several occasions a large shift between where i touch and where the marker lands on the screen making control very frustrating. 2) Some puzzles were very illogical and could never be figured out without consulting a walkthrough.
102 people found this review helpful
A Google user
April 4, 2019
Long and entertaining with a good challenge. Nice graphics, smooth play. Two improvement suggestions for future games like this: 1) have a teleport map or speed up walk option. Once I've been to a location walking there so many times gets annoying 2) a quick hint option if I get stuck. Leaving the game to watch a video in attempts to see what I missed was a pain.
6 people found this review helpful
August 5, 2020
What a great game! As many have said, the style is very much an ode to the Ron Gilbert adventure games. The humour is spot on and the puzzles are great. If you make another one, it would be great to have some more dialog hints on what you're supposed to do next; I also completely failed to notice that The Castle was a location i could get to, which slowed my progress a bit. But aside from those it's a superb piece of work.
48 people found this review helpful
- Language Portuguese added - File size optimization - Minor fixes