Comments for Submachine 7: the Core

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nothingmattered

Aug. 4, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) i found 3 tokens and think i know where the fourth is but not the fifth - 1) by furthest left statue 'be the witness of your thoughts' on first level - 2) in crack in room at top of spiral stairs 3) in messy room behind one of the roman statues -- i think there is one when you first start before you poke the light with the rod to break the force field theres a rock on top of the column - it falls to the ground but i have to restart the game to see if im right =(

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MetroidDude

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) The forcefield... It jiggles =3

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Daniel9laliberte

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Submachine 7, dreams do come true :D

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Holikar

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Nice if the pointer would change to a arrow when clicking the area changes the screen.

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JRCameron

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Once this series is done, I'd love for the developers and writers to put together a single book (I might even pay for it) that tells the whole story here. It's great to come back to the series every few months or so, but I feel like there's so much more to this world that I can't even get my head around. Maybe it's just me, but it's something I'd like to see.

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Scone

Aug. 14, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) I love this series. I had a bit of nostalgia for the puzzle that summons the capsule; it reminded me of the largest puzzle from Riven. I'm not sure if this is just my computer, but the text of every note (except for the last note in the stack) ended up with the text running single file down the page. This unfortunately also happened to me with the last three secret viewing machines, preventing me from reading anything beyond the first few characters. =(

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4mber

Dec. 21, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Even the title animation was amazing. This is amazing. Very well done.

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Onoranna

Dec. 19, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) love this series

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Venima

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Eye candy. Pleeease someone make a desktop background with flourescent grass that moves with your mouse like it does in this! This is quality stuff. You're like the thorntons of free internet games... if that...makes any sense...

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lomaxxx

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH I HATE SUBMACHINE 'CAUSE IT'S FREAKING HARD AND I LOVE IT

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Kaera_

Jul. 6, 2012

Under rating threshold (show) I'm a huge fan of this series, I've been following it for several years now, keep them coming! <3

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puppiesrtbst

Jan. 3, 2012

Under rating threshold (show) I love the author's commentaries. Your inspirations are so cool and unique. :) Love your games, Mateusz.

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DarknessWithin

Nov. 5, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) I remember playing these games when they first came out. I thought they were awesome, and this one adds to that awesomeness. Fantastic job, good sir.

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Vaetrus

May. 21, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) I think this is one of the easier submachines. Finished with 3 coins and 3 secrets. No idea what I missed.

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nield

Jan. 5, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) Where are these tokens I am hearing of?

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Powder_Keg

Dec. 18, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) I love how you have to ACTUALLY think to beat this game.... The puzzles are so clever and amazing, and once you've beat them the satisfaction is like no other. 5/5 Amazing game.

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KingFluffy

Dec. 18, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Once again, Mateusz, you have delivered the Submachine gold I have come to love. Thanks for this great gift so close to Christmas. I look forward to seeing more of your games in the future, as the other point-and-click games are not nearly as entertaining, or even fun. 5/5, and a thumbs up to continue your great work.

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notthatJack

Dec. 17, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) The glowing box went into a box-shaped hole, Sarth. You probably saw it and didn't think to put the box there, like I did, and solved the symbol puzzle with just 4 clues. For everyone else, there's a fantastic walkthrough over at the Casual Gaming site, jayisgames. Well-organised to allow you to find just the clue you're looking for without having to ruin all the puzzles for yourself. Just search for Submachine there, and walkthrough/review articles for all the Submachine games will come up. (I'd just give the URL, but I think that would break a rule.)

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Zanduken

Jan. 25, 2013

Under rating threshold (show) Be careful when you are through the door where the tiles are floating in space, there are 2 paths in the same screen (the one with the stairs you have to activate). So if you are on the lower path, you can go right to the glowing door, but not climb the stairs. To climb the stairs, go to your left (at the intersection), and come back to the right, but click the upper path (on the intersection screen). To those asking about the glowing box, it goes on a rock wall, somewhere fairly easy to find, and it show you one of the symbols needed to call the pod. Again, gratz on the game, one of the best we can find on Kongregate and good hunting to you all (especially for the secrets!)...

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PosFeedBackCycle

Dec. 17, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) i've been a follower of the submachine games since there first release but i have to say im getting really tired of not being able to see a damn thing without turning my the brightness up, i mean most of the time when i use a walkthrough its usually because i missed something i literally could not see.

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ruub1234

Dec. 17, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) @Exodyus you should try playing from the beginning. The first parts are a little different then the other parts. And even though you didn't find the person at the end, you got a lot of information about the submachine. There where also references to earlier parts of the game. If you play all the parts including the parts to come you will get the entire story off the submachine with a bit information in every part. It is really worth it.

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Barfo

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) The puzzles are very abstract, but i love the feeling when you figure one out and advance. 5/5 - Hooked on submachine!

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bluemoose19

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) This is one of my favorite series'.

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RossD16

Aug. 10, 2014

Under rating threshold (show) Hit that like button if you used a walkthrough!

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CovertSnarker

May. 15, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) It's ironic how I used to keep playing these despite barely knowing what the hell is going on. All I knew was that I had to do something an it's the only thing I can do - move forward. I can't gaug the difficulty, though. Point-and-clicks tend to be hard for me. Doesn't mean they're not good, though.

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emoboy100

May. 6, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) shit this is hard

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PhantomAxe5

Feb. 23, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) No matter how much you play these games, you just can't shake the feeling someone's gonna pop out of nowhere in the next room and scare you pants off

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gabrielbressan

Feb. 22, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) Near the coffe mog it has 3 seats,mean 3 people had been here...

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Kogknight

Dec. 21, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) I love these games, but every time a new one comes out, I have to go back and replay the old ones so I can remember the story line.

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tiailds

Dec. 18, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) The only part that takes away from this being perfect is that you have to write things down to solve. There needs to be a notebook involved or something.

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Holikar

Dec. 17, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) The secrets are tokens. I got one which was behind a plant pot.

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hellacopterzzz

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) aw, its been years! i had always thought the submachine series was done. i'm glad you've kept it going though. :)

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Rain_King

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Nice. Reminds me a lot of Myst.

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ClusterBlaster

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) we had to wait for so long, but finally it comes true: the new submachine !!!

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guyfromnowhere

Jul. 22, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) Click + if u wants moar submachine games!

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Hurongirl

Apr. 7, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) just 3 episodes left to go??? noooooooooooooon!! I want submachine to never end <3 (even I really loved how everything seems to make sense now)

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notthatJack

Dec. 17, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) PatKDay, if you don't like the genre, you can't judge it fairly. That would be like me playing a FPS game and down-rating it for "too much shooting!" People who like point-and-click exploration/adventure games love this series, nearly universally. The puzzles are strange, yes, but not "illogical" as you claimed; they contribute to the very surreality of the Submachine games that so many people find appealing. Your claim that it was difficult to distinguish between background and interactive objects was also rubbish, as the cursor changes when it moves over any such objects. I didn't see your first comment, but given the rude tone and absurdity of your second one, I imagine I would've downrated it also. People downrate comments that are unhelpful, obnoxious and/or misleading in their characterisation of the game; your second comment, at least, contained all three of those flaws. Don't chastise others for giving your comments the ratings they deserve.

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killer21197

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) I just woke up this morning... I open kongregate and a unexpected surprise hit me like a heart attack. It is submachine 7!

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Lancer873

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Nevermind, found the sheets I needed. They were just hidden in odd places, like behind a pillar or under a gong... *cough-hint*

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Xiaocatgurl

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Thank you for making another one for the series! You made my day!

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Balbanes

Dec. 11, 2014

Under rating threshold (show) It's a good game and a nice series, but just one thing: I'm getting pretty f***ing sick of the secrets being invisible. Why? Were the secrets not hard enough to find before? Its already enough of a pixel hunt as it is, but now we have to slowly scroll the cursor over the entirety of every new screen? It was fine; sometimes it's better to NOT reinvent the wheel, or "Don't mess with success". Know what I mean?

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Balbanes

Dec. 11, 2014

Under rating threshold (show) The only thing I have to criticize is that I liked it better when the inventory items were in the side rather than the bottom. It's just my personal thing because I like to zoom the screen to 200% so I can actually see it decently, and I have to scroll down to use my inventory.

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balint94

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Can someone write me down the story of it, i mean i like all submachines game cuz they drop u in a never seen game experience, but i dont get what this stuff is? its like the whole wolrd demolished and underground bases with aincent places with teleportesrs and wtf?

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Skiller3

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Took me forever to find out why the game didn't started.. I had to click on the screen! x) 5/5 'cause of that! :D

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Danaroth

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) After a couple of Submachine episodes which were quite on the low profile, finally I'm glad to see again an episode that mixes exploration and puzzle-solving in a perfect way. Great job.

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muchestu

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) There's something special about this series. On the one hand, it is very frustrating at times, but it's just frustrating enough to make you want to solve it. And when you finally do... it's all worth the effort.

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Cayella

Dec. 16, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) Wow. This game is awesome and trippy. 5/5 =3

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nora88

May. 10, 2014

Under rating threshold (show) hahaha Key Stone.

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xXxXninjaXxXx

Jun. 3, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) WHAT THE HELL IS THE SUBMACHINE?!

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Venima

Dec. 17, 2010

Under rating threshold (show) To Mateusz's reply to: >>Nice if the pointer would change to a arrow when clicking the area changes the screen. . . I agree that the arrow doesn't work, but perhaps a little icon in the top corner to indicate that the action to be performed is moving? Like little legs maybe? I did find I was quite often 'accidentally' moving scenes while searching for secret items. Just a thought. Aside from that, this is definately the most beautiful game on the internet.

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