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http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/images/09/oct/mac1.jpg DISCLAIMER: This guide was written exclusively for PS3Trophies.org and should not be used without written permission from the author or website admin. While kept to a minimum, it does contain slight SPOILERS so continue at your own risk. Road Map Overview: - Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Trophy Difficulty Thread) (Because of the random puzzles and the tic-tac-toe game) - Offline: 12 (7 , 4 , 1 ) - Online: 0 - Approximate time: 2-3 Hours (much longer without this guide) - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Missable trophies: None, all trophies are story-related - Does difficulty affect Trophies?: No - Unobtainable/glitched Trophies: No. Some players reported having difficulty making the clock tower sound the bell however this has been proven to be due to players either not waiting for the clock to ring the bell or pushing circle and leaving the puzzle too early (Thanks to Lightsp33d1987 and voleman79 for this, I tested it as well and confirmed it). Introduction: In Machinarium you play as a little robot thrown in a scrapyard by a gang of evil robots, who at the same time kidnapped you girlfriend. Your goal is to get back to the city of Machinarium and save her and the city from the gang's master plan. Breakdown: Basically there are only 12 trophies, and they are all unmissable. They are listed in the guide in the order they are obtained. If you are having any difficulty you can make use of an in-game strategy guide present at the top right of the screen (when you move the cursor over the top of the screen your inventory and both the mentioned strategy guide and objective menu appear). In order to access said guide you need to play a side-scrolling shooter mini-game every time you try to access it. Therefore it may be easier to check this guide. The guide itself is a complete walkthrough of the game as every trophy is story progression related and this is a point-and-click adventure. Trophy acquiring order: Survivor, Back in town, Jail breaker, Pet Catcher, Board game master, Music lover, Plumber, Video gamer, Deactivator, Debugger, Rescuer, Escaper Conclusion: This game is a fantastic piece of visuals, with a very unique and original art-style and a simple yet enveloping story. Its puzzles make you think and the point-and-click gameplay is a throw back to old-school games. I had enjoyed this game previously on Steam and since they offered it at launch to PSN Plus subscribers for free I also played it on the PS3.