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The Incredible Machine 3

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
TIM3Mac.sit (3.89 MB)
MD5: 8f723a2703747923b46e6e89d889c8de
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
TheIncredibleMachine3BINCUE.zip (606.01 MB)
MD5: 2f30904a8ffddd15e9e8f5454418bac4
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
Emulation
This game works with: Basilisk II,

The general objective of the games is to create a series of Heath Robinson, or Rube Goldberg devices: arrange a given collection of objects in a needlessly complex fashion so as to perform some simple task (for example, "put the ball into a box" or "light a candle"). - Wikipedia

See also: The Even More Incredible Machine, The Incredible Toon Machine, Widget Workshop

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Katie Cadet's picture
by Katie Cadet - 2016, October 21 - 3:52pm

Uploaded a BIN/CUE copy of The Incredible Machine 3, which is the CD version of the original upload which includes more extras such as the audio portion, voices, as well as a true hybrid Mac-PC partition (possibly) that the original did not. Hope it works this time!

BPCD's picture
by BPCD - 2013, March 19 - 1:50am
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Works perfectly on my Lime iMac G3 without crashes or problems.

TheComputerKid's picture
by TheComputerKid - 2011, November 21 - 1:37am

Yes, use Basilisk ][ or SheepShaver

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by roxmisox09 - 2009, October 6 - 8:37pm
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I'm having the same problem as Mandy. I followed the guide for downloading and setting up Basilisk II, but when I try to open TIM (the incredible machine) it goes blank and crashes. Someone help please!!

iig's picture
by iig - 2009, August 21 - 1:24pm
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There is a sequel to this game called "The Incredible Machine Returns"
its a c.d. and i have it.

tvrossel's picture
by tvrossel - 2009, August 11 - 7:32am

I cannot run this game on my Mac. It says that it 'no longer supports the Classic environment'. Should I be running Basilisk, I wonder?

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by Anonymous (not verified) - 2009, June 15 - 10:13pm

Does anyone know where I can get the original?

mandy_a99's picture
by mandy_a99 (not verified) - 2009, May 18 - 7:26am

watchsmart, i'm new to basilisk II and i've been trying to get TIM3 up and running! basilisk runs Mac OS 7 fine but when it comes to running the TIM3 file it just goes blank or crashes =(
any ideas what may be going wrong?
TIM was such an awesome game and seeing the photos bring back intense waves of nostalgia, I really MUST make this work!

Edit: Changed 'xxx 7' to 'Mac OS 7' - IIGS User

Anonymous's picture
by Anonymous (not verified) - 2009, April 14 - 11:24pm
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The pinnacle of the Incredible Machine series. This had it all. Cats, bowling balls, a little guy who you could bash around with your insane contraptions, lasers, monkeys on treadmills, and much more. In it's original PC DOS version, this game was known as The Incredible Machine 2, and the actual name of the version is "The Incredible Machine: Version 3.0". This is simply a port of the game to Windows/Mac.

Because of this, and because there was never a real Mac only sequel to TIM1, I feel that this game should have been called "The Incredible Machine 2: Win/Mac edition", because that's exactly what it is.

watchsmart's picture
by watchsmart - 2009, April 10 - 3:35pm

This one runs perfectly in Basilisk II running Mac OS 7 or later. A really fun game... I loved it when I was a kid.

Edit: Changed 'xxx 7' to 'Mac OS 7' - IIGS User