By Popular demand – Deus Ex Machina is on Steam 30th September 2016 with some extra surprises – see you there!
Thanks to everyone who voted for Mel Croucher’s Deus Ex Machina. We are delighted to announce that the game will soon be available on Steam for PC, Mac and Linux Machineheads. Mel and Colin have been busy discussing how many extras they can squeeze into this final, archival edition. Once again the classic dystopian nightmare will be available for anyone with an interest in video games.
Deus Ex Machina
Featured in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die.
Back by popular demand, the legendary video game and first ever interactive movie, starring Jon Pertwee (Doctor Who), Ian Dury (the Godfather of Punk), and Frankie Howerd (comic genius). Hailed as a breakthrough in the development of video games, Deus Ex Machina won Game Of The Year, and is currently the subject of movies, books, exhibitions and even university courses.
This 30th Anniversary Collector’s Edition includes the entire original version, a digitally remastered soundtrack, plus a brand new DIRECTOR’S CUT with all-new graphics.
“Perfection! You’ve got to play it to believe it.” BBC
“An experienced unparalleled by any other game. Deus Ex Machina is a classic.” PC World
“The most original concept since the Spectrum was a gleam in Clive Sinclair’s eye. The computer equivalent to Pink Floyd’s The Wall.” Computer & Video Games
“Staggeringly original, unique and impressive.” The Sunday Times
“The most unusual program ever released. A bizarre mixture of Aldous Huxley, rock album, psychedelia and the Marx Brothers.” The Listener
“Deus Ex Machina is an amazingly creative artistic representation of the human condition and existential themes. The graphical and audio updates are welcomed editions. A truly unique experience worth at least a single play through.” GBATemp.net official review of this version.