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The Incredible Machine 3
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Platform: Windows 95
Year: 1995
Developer: Jeff Tunnell Productions

The Incredible Machine 3 is a video game developed by Jeff Tunnell. Using Rube Goldberg-type machines and contraptions, the player must play through unique levels and follow different objectives for each. Most levels are directly taken from The Incredible Machine 2 (DOS).

Screenshots

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Sierra Logo.

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Main Title.

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Game screen.

Music

In-game music for TIM3 consists of 19 unique songs performed in varying styles like New Age, Salsa, Techno and Hip Hop to name a few. Each puzzle is associated with one song that plays until level completion. The player can however change the song he wants to hear, or turn music off altogether.

In this game there are two versions of the soundtrack. If the TIM3 CD-ROM is detected digital music will be played directly from it. Otherwise, the game will revert to a General MIDI soundtrack of the same songs.

Recording

The digital soundtrack was ripped directly to WAV from the game CD, then converted to OGG.

# Title Composer Length Listen Download
01 Unplugged Unknown 2:51
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02 Steel Drums Unknown 2:45
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03 New Age Unknown 3:12
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04 Hay Seed Unknown 3:09
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05 Progressive Unknown 2:38
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06 Salsa Unknown 2:44
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07 Techno Rave Unknown 2:43
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08 1959 Prom Unknown 2:51
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Credits

  • Composer: LoudMouth Productions; Jan Paul Moorhead
  • Performer: Tim Clarke; Christopher Stevens
  • Ripper: Beegle
  • Recorder: Beegle

Game Rip

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This rip is missing songs.

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Format

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Audio Devices

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Sound

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Releases

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Title: The Incredible Machine 3
Platform: Windows 95
Released: 1995
Publisher: Sierra

Links

  • [1] - Gameplay Video
  • [2] - Wikipedia.