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Infinifactory
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    December 29, 2016, 8:16 pm
    This is one of the best "puzzle" games I've ever played and is one of the best games overall I've played in a long time, certainly in 2016. I put quotes on puzzle because it is basically a 3-D programming game, you have stuff, you need the stuff to be arranged in a certain way at a certain endpoint. You use the tools you have been given and the methods you have learned to make the stuff fit what the endpoint wants. And it's all you, thats why this game is so great. Any frustration comes from you not yet getting the desired result yet. But it never feels like you're out of things to try, there are always more approches you can take, and so it might take an hour to solve a stage, you're trying new stuff and refining that whole hour, not sitting there stumped. Also there are little nuggets of story to be found that make the world you're solving these puzzles in more intriguing. 9.75/10, because I havent finished it yet and dont know where the story is going, so I dont know how satisfying the conclusion is yet. But if you enjoy puzzle solving at all, in any way, I'd recommend picking this up right now without hesitation.
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    thehoff37 (View Profile)
    12.4 Hours Played ‐ 41 products in account
    December 3, 2016, 8:16 pm
    This is the best puzzle game I've ever played. It is similar to games like Back to Bed and SpaceChem, but is considerably more interactive than either and is, in its own way, as involved as SpaceChem. I am only on the 4th stage (Training Routine 4) and already the game has much to consider and ponder. There are multiple solutions to every stage. In fact, you have to come up with multiple solutions in order to get the best score in 3 different metrics (Blocks Used, Footprint and Cycles).

    The game shows you the best scores (in each of the 3 metrics) of people on your friends list as well as a graph plotting the scores of all players on Steam for each metric and where you fall on those graphs. It's fun to see if you can beat the scores of 99% of all other players and satisfying if you do without looking up solutions online. You can time attack it and try to finish as many stages as quickly as possible or you can take your time and try to perfect solutions to beat the scores of others. I've unlocked only 3 block types out of the 20 or so that are revealed thus far in the game, but already the game has much to consider. I look forward to playing this again.
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    youcanhas (View Profile)
    21.3 Hours Played ‐ 4,664 products in account
    December 2, 2016, 8:16 pm
    The crunchy sound when you eat a food pellet granted by your alien slave masters is very satisfying.

    The puzzles are fun too.
    solloby review of
    8.7 Hours Played ‐ 210 products in account
    November 30, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Easily belongs to the top 10 puzzle games of all time. And if the word "puzzle game" might not sound like your cup of tea, don't worry, this game knows how to keep you glued in for another level to solve with its story and dark humor.

    The first levels might seem a breeze, to a point where you'll go "pfft, this isn't that hard", But gradually you'll be confronted with challenges where your brain will start melting. Once you do find a solution that works however, the feeling is really satisfying.

    The further you progress in the levels, the more the solutions become "yours" because there's more than one way to solve a puzzle. If you're curious how well you did, at the end of each level you can compare your score with other players.

    Dare I even say that this game is analogous with programming. Every programmer's brain works differently and will have a different approach to each task, eventually their code will do the same operation, but one will be more efficient and/or shorter than the other.

    To sum up, it's a fun puzzle game that will probably make you cry from sadness, frustration and happiness all at the same time.
    tehankh review of
    30.2 Hours Played ‐ 106 products in account
    November 28, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Let me qualify this following statement by saying I have played a LOT of puzzle games in my lifetime, and the majority of ones I liked I completed.


    I can wholeheartedly say I have never felt more rewarded beating a challenge than solving even early levels in Infinifactory. This game will take you from bemused, to frustrated, to maddeningly angry (at yourself) to ELATED in the course of anywhere from ten minutes to an hour at a time. It's bewildering how you can miss easy techniques or make things unnessicarily complicated for yourself, without the puzzle itself asking you to do anything particularly challenging. The majority of times I solved puzzles I felt brilliant, followed by feeling like a moron seeing how I could have simplified my solution drastically.

    I cannot recommend this game more if you like puzzle games.
    fortris review of
    14.2 Hours Played ‐ 489 products in account
    November 24, 2016, 8:16 pm
    An outstanding puzzle game by Zachtronics which poses a great danger to your free time.

    Your objective is to build assembly lines to build specific products for alien overlords. This gets increasingly harder as you progress through the levels, as you have to choose the right tools in the right order and with the right timing.

    There are many ways to solve a level, so you can build your contraptions to your liking. This gives the game a lot of replayability, because you can always optimize your solutions to be just a few cycles faster, or to be a little cheaper, or to use up less space.

    While later levels can get really hard, this is still a very accessible game, especially when compared to other titles by Zachtronics. If nothing else works, look up a guide. This won't spoil the fun too much, because you might learn some methods for future levels, or you could try to improve on the design.

    Summary:
    If you like puzzle games and / or building contraptions, then do yourself a favor and get this gem.


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    Vincent Cardley (View Profile)
    272.6 Hours Played ‐ 337 products in account
    November 23, 2016, 8:16 pm
    A gem of gems. A puzzle game above and beyond. Incomparable if you are looking for a truly challenging and unique experience.
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    peregrineomega (View Profile)
    29.9 Hours Played ‐ 358 products in account
    November 23, 2016, 8:16 pm
    So you played SpaceChem and you were like "this is great, but its so hard, if I just had a third dimension this would be so much easier."

    Well now you have a third dimension, and surprise, its really not that much easier... but it is a hell of a lot of fun.

    If you've ever enjoyed one of these programming style games then you should probably give this one a shot because its one of the best.
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    HoChiWaWa (View Profile)
    39.3 Hours Played ‐ 1,510 products in account
    November 22, 2016, 8:16 pm
    This game is an exceptionally good puzzle game, it can be very difficult though.
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    jeepracer98 (View Profile)
    2.3 Hours Played ‐ 252 products in account
    November 20, 2016, 8:16 pm
    this game is really difficult and makes you think about evry way to solve it just to make you look back in retrospect and say "huh so the answer was right in my face the whole time!" all in all a great game with excelent dificulty.
    saber154 review of
    2.2 Hours Played ‐ 40 products in account
    November 7, 2016, 8:16 pm
    A quasi-sequel to SpaceChem. It's a lot more accessible than it's predecessor, but that doesn't make it easy by any means. VERY satisfying to actually solve puzzles.

    Caution: May melt your brain.
    Creep review of
    28.7 Hours Played ‐ 678 products in account
    November 7, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Zachtronics always have programming-esque thinking puzzles that have an immense amount of depth. Infinifactory takes the positional-logic problems found in Spacechem and renders them in a minecraft format (the guy did make Infiniminer, precursor to minecraft). This was significantly easier to digest and solve than his other games, but just as complex and rewarding.
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    LaminatedMoth (View Profile)
    75.8 Hours Played ‐ 433 products in account
    October 13, 2016, 8:16 pm
    If you finish every level, you qualify for an honorary associate's degree in mechanical engineering from Florida State University
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    thatericguy (View Profile)
    82.9 Hours Played ‐ 195 products in account
    August 6, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Turning cute things into meat

    *I like to create contraptions and I have this tingling feeling when I sit back and watch them operate

    *I like to have to stop playing a game for 3 days because I'm not good enough to find a solution and have to think about it in the shower

    *I like to have to use a pen a paper to help me play video games

    *If I ever get abducted by aliens, it'd be totally cool to help them build war machines etc. so they can continue their invasion of earth

    *Building machines that transform cute animals into packaged meat products sounds pretty cool.

    Infinifactory probably isn't for everyone, but if the above list appeals to you, dive in, you won't regret it.
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    SickRamen (View Profile)
    67.7 Hours Played ‐ 630 products in account
    July 22, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I can tell you, even without knowing you: This game is smarter than you. I don't mean this to insult your inteligence: This game is smarter than the majority of the human population, including me. If you have time off from comprehensably proving string theory correct and you spent your high school days searching for the Higgs Boson, I can wholeheartedly recommend this title. Otherwise, prepare to have your brain burned to a crisp in front of you.
    schemeingandmemeing review of
    schemeingandmemeing (View Profile)
    2.5 Hours Played ‐ 158 products in account
    July 17, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Factories are cool. Would recommend. A little easier then spacechem but still pretty hard.
    bob_fish review of
    4.8 Hours Played ‐ 114 products in account

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    Developer: Zachtronics
    Publisher: Zachtronics
    Released: June 30, 2015


    About Infinifactory


    Infinifactory - Infinifactory is a sandbox puzzle game by Zachtronics, the creators of SpaceChem and Infiniminer. Build factories that assemble products for your alien overlords, and try not to die in the process. LIKE SPACECHEM… IN 3D! Design and run factories in a first-person, fully 3D environment. HISTOGRAMS ARE BACK! Optimize your solutions, and then optimize them more when you see how much better your friends did. VISIT EXOTIC ALIEN LOCALES! Explore a story-driven campaign with 30+ puzzles, audio logs, and more.

    BLOCKS THAT MOVE! Go beyond the campaign and push the limits of Infinifactory’s next-generation block engine in the sandbox. STEAM WORKSHOP INTEGRATION! Create, share, and play custom puzzles on Steam Workshop..



    Infinifactory System Specifications

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  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Storage: 1500 MB available space
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  • OS: macOS 10.9, or later
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Storage: 1500 MB available space
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  • OS: Ubuntu 10.10+, SteamOS
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Storage: 1500 MB available space


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