Automaton: Reinvented


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joyeAutomaton ReinventedBack in 2007, LittleNorwegians made a point-and-click game about a somewhat sad little robot called the Automaton. It was meant to be the beginning of an epic steampunk saga, but in the real world, overreaching ambition and lack of sponsorship caused things to break down for the developer and he was never able to complete the series as he wished. He has now released Automaton: Reinvented, a short but sweet little game demonstrating all the work he put into the idea. While it's weak on plot, on the short side, and lacks a real ending, it does provide a few decent puzzles and the short 3D animation sequences of the diving-helmeted hero are pretty cool in a retro sort of way. The developer doesn't have any plans to continue at this point, but maybe someday he'll return to the game-making world. In the meantime, enjoy one last dip into the Spanish flu and torpedo infested waters.

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Walkthrough Guide


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Here's a quick and dirty walkthrough as I went through it.

1st Room

Click on the box.
Click on the Wheel.
Use the wheel on the door.
Keep clicking the door.

2nd Room

The password is a combination of 1-4 using different representations.
1 = 1
C = ?
4 dots = ?

Code is 13434

3rd Room

Click the hatch. It's locked.
Click the globe. It's fixed to the table.
Click on the red book.
Click on the globe.
Hatch Opens.

4th Room

Find the lever. Click it to turn on the lights.
Click the buttons in order to turn them all green. Not sure the exact order

Outside

Click the building in the distance.
Click the arrow to the right and you find out there is a key missing in pipes somewhere.
Place the red wheel on the brass spot and click it to get the key.
Use the key on the fuse panel.
You have to click the dials in the right order

The first number is the dial you click

Click first dial 4 times, second 2 times, first 3 times, and second 5 times

Click the door.

Boiler?

Click device on the floor.
Use device on lock.
Press the button to stop on the correct numbers

You have to stop on the normal numbers of 1, 2, 3

Click the door.

Press?

Click when each press is in the air

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been a while since i played the older automaton. hope a walkthrough is in the works.

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Here's a quick and dirty walkthrough as I went through it.

1st Room

Click on the box.
Click on the Wheel.
Use the wheel on the door.
Keep clicking the door.

2nd Room

The password is a combination of 1-4 using different representations.
1 = 1
C = ?
4 dots = ?

Code is 13434

3rd Room

Click the hatch. It's locked.
Click the globe. It's fixed to the table.
Click on the red book.
Click on the globe.
Hatch Opens.

4th Room

Find the lever. Click it to turn on the lights.
Click the buttons in order to turn them all green. Not sure the exact order

Outside

Click the building in the distance.
Click the arrow to the right and you find out there is a key missing in pipes somewhere.
Place the red wheel on the brass spot and click it to get the key.
Use the key on the fuse panel.
You have to click the dials in the right order

The first number is the dial you click

Click first dial 4 times, second 2 times, first 3 times, and second 5 times

Click the door.

Boiler?

Click device on the floor.
Use device on lock.
Press the button to stop on the correct numbers

You have to stop on the normal numbers of 1, 2, 3

Click the door.

Press?

Click when each press is in the air

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Zero-K,

regarding the buttons on the wheel that you said you did not remember the right order, i clicked 1 and then 3 and they also turned green so it only took 2 moves.

[Spelling corrected. Please proof read your comments before posting. Thank you! -Moderator]

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i don't recall any misspellings. but again i have a keyboard protector so it tends to make my finger slip quite often and as i only type with one finger, having autism, i guess it's pretty typical for me. i apologize.

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Did anyone know there's an Automaton Part 2? It says no link dropping, so I don't want to get in trouble, but google "little norwegians," click on his Newgrounds page, and it's listed under games. Worth a play for those who liked the first!

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