The digital version of this hyper-realistic simulation is going to be available today, 9:00am (PST) on Steam for $19.99.
In Crazy Machines 3 it’s about solving 80 tricky puzzles. Additionally, players can create their very own machines by choosing from more than 220 objects and 300 parts in the editor. They are able to share their creative inventions with the whole Crazy Machines 3 community via Steam Workshop.
Free updates which extend the player’s amusement by adding new levels, machine parts and much more will be provided after official release.
The release trailer presents the brilliant 3D physics playground:
About Crazy Machines 3:
The successful Rube Goldberg style puzzle game series was first published in 2004, and has sold over 1.5 million copies to this day. Crazy Machines 2 was release in 2007, with two add-ons each year respectively. The popular series now is available on all relevant gaming platforms and has been translated into over 10 languages.
Crazy Machines 3 focuses on PC as the target platform to utilize the preferences of its performance and enable an active involvement of the community by offering accessibility to the Steam Workshop.