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Do you like pointing and clicking? Got an inkling to go on an adventure like no other? Well you’re in luck as Amanita Design has given us three copies of Machinarium to give away.

All you have to do to get a copy is state what your “all time favourite point and click adventure” is.

In one weeks time, Gamer Limit staff members will choose 3 random posters, and if chosen you will win yourself a copy of Machinarium, it’s that simple.

If you haven’t heard of the game, check out our full review here.

“Machinarium is one of the best games of the year. It stands as a pillar of excellence for all independent developers, and will undoubtedly be revered for years to come.”

Good luck!

Terms and Conditions:
1) The winners will be selected by the Gamer Limit Staff randomly in one week from today, on Wednesday October 28th, at 12:00AM EST.
2) You must register an account (we need to be able to find your email).
3) This is a digital copy, no box provided.
4) No staff participation, but feel free to post an opinion

  1. No question: The Secret of Monkey Island.

  2. The Secret of monkey Island !! “Look behind you, a three-headed monkey!”

  3. For me, it’s easily Goblins 3. Coincidentally, I think it’s the least known adventure series!

  4. I enjoyed King’s Quest V, but I think it has a lot to do with me playing it when I was way younger. Or, does Maniac Mansion count? Cos that game ruled.

  5. Only one? Then “Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders” is my choice.

  6. Simon the sorceror was pretty good.

  7. Day of the Tentacle…No, wait. Discworld….No, damnit, Broken Sword! This is too hard, I give up on this competition I can’t win anyway.

  8. Avatar Image Sam

    Gotta be: The secret of monkey island. :]

  9. Day of the Tentacle, hands down.

  10. avatar Anonymous

    The Secret of Monkey Island!

  11. avatar manu ferre

    Grim Fandango

  12. ^ Whoops. That was me. So, yeah. The Secret of Monkey Island.

  13. The Longest Journey, definitely. Dragons FTW.

  14. Day of the Tentacle, definitely. The art still makes me chuckle to this day.

  15. I’m gonna have to go with Myst on this one. The granddaddy of ‘em all. Or at least the first one I played.

  16. Avatar Image Nik

    I’d have to say Sam and Max Season One Episode Four, It was the first one I can remember vividly loving. After that one I went on a binge and played the rest of the Sam and Max games…

  17. avatar Ferahtsu

    Mavis…..lol

  18. Sanitarium was an awesome creepy adventure game.

  19. Hell yeah!
    Sanitarium! That was such a trippy game.

  20. I tend to try to stay away from point and click…does Runescape count?

  21. That’d be The Neverhood for me then.

  22. Indiana Jones and the Secret of Atlantis.

  23. for me it would be “Day of Tentacle”. sure monkey island is sweet.. but DoTT has just more good looks and more zanny characters than i had ever seen.

  24. Simon The Sorcerer. One of my very first adventure games, and the first one I’ve actually owned. Also my first proper introduction to British humor :)

  25. @Karar, Michaelc, Simon and Paul

    Agreed about Day of the Tentacle. That game was so far ahead of its time. Still amaze me to this day.

  26. avatar Mudbuddah

    The Longest Journey

  27. avatar Dave

    Secret of Money Island for me!

  28. Sam and Max: Hit the Road. By a long shot.

    “Sam, the dead animal heads are talking to me”

  29. Blade Runner, from westwood studios; I’ve played it to death, trying to get all possible endings, truly unique.

  30. Definitely Secret of Monkey Island.

  31. the original monkey island that me and my dad use to play together(it was mostly me watching and he would read it to me)

  32. Blazing Dragons is one of the most hilaroious, underrated point-and-click titls of all time!

  33. While I will agree Goblins 3 was an excellent game it didn’t really make me want to play it again after I had figured out the puzzles… No my choice goes to Sam and Max which has enjoyed a renewal of sorts recently but frankly I doubt it will ever be as good as when if was first released in 1993 by none other than LucasArts. Great game and great story!

  34. avatar Mike DelGuidice

    For me it has to be Gabriel Knight: Sins of the father. UNTOUCHABLE!!

  35. For me it has to be Gabriel Knight: Sins of the father. UNTOUCHABLE!!

  36. My all time favourite has to be ‘Stupid Invaders’ for the Dreamcast. It’s full of classic gags and surreal humour:)

  37. avatar killquick

    Sam & Max, Monkey Island & Day of Tentacle is our families greatest games for party time, wish everyone the best of luck on winning.

  38. Grim Fandango remains, for me, the finest adventure game I’ve yet played. Beautiful graphics, impeccable voice acting, and great design and storyline–it’s fun to revist every 5 years or so.

  39. Wow, I’m surprised absolutely no-one voted for Broken Sword… I loevd that series so much.

    Of course.. I’ve never played Grim Fandango or The Secret of Monkey Island or pretty much any of the other games listed here…. please don’t hate me. :p

  40. Koala Lumpur: Journey to the Edge!

    Bet you didn’t see that one coming! :P

  41. Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars was brilliant. It had that real European feel, due to its art design and fantastic musical score. It also was a joy to play from start to finish, which makes it my undoubted favourite point and click of all time…

    …possibly until Machinarium, of course! ;)

  42. The Neverhood. Sad to this day I loaned it to a college friend who never returned it :(

    Maniac Mansion was also great fun.

  43. I’ve enjoyed point-and-click adventures over a long span of eons… I enjoyed The Residents’ Freak Show, Laurie Anderson’s Puppet Motel, Drew Pictures’ Iron Helix, and Simulations’ Himalayan Journey back in the stoned age of CD-ROMs. Then the internets came along with all those tubes and wires and I discovered Samorost. And nothing has nudged it from my favor since. My vote goes to Samorost (1 *and* 2). The vibe of those games keeps me thinking of the forest while I’m staring at an LCD screen. That, my friends, is “Art”.

  44. avatar Jibz

    The Longest Journey ! Just wicked awesome, best scenario ever.

  45. The Longest Journey ! Just wicked awesome, best scenario ever.
    (please delete the above post, i forgot to register :x )

  46. Woodruff and the Schnibble of Azimuth. I finished it 4 times

  47. ‘Universe’ on the PC was an awesome (and ridiculously difficult) game! Came on about 27 floppy disks, too…

  48. avatar Itchy

    The Day of the Tenticle
    Full Throttle
    Sam & Max hit the road (original)
    some other LucasArts games…
    & of course Machinarium

  49. the secret of monkey island =]

  50. The Adventures of Willy Beamish. Yeahhhhh! I even have it on the Sega CD (but PC was better). :D

  51. avatar FredFred

    Probably, Wallace and gromit: Grand adventures…or Machunarium!

  52. Winners will be picked very soon!

    And Willy Beamish was amazing.

  53. thx for the free game.. wow! i finally won something :P
    and love the old school point and click! FTW!

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