Machinarium is heading to Vita around the end of the month, Amanita Design has announced on the PS Blog. The lovely indie game contains all the enhancements from the PS3 version, along with added features specific to the handheld. The game can be controlled with the analog sticks and buttons, and also through the touch screen and rear touch panel if you prefer. The zoom feature has been improved, and PSN leaderboards have been integrated. Machinarium will be available in North America on March 26 for $6.99. Surely, it’s coming to Europe as well, but we will check and make sure for you.
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The Humble Weekly Sale is back with the ability to pay-what-you-want for a bundle featuring Machinarium, Windosill, Samorost 2 and Lume. Pay $6 or more and you will also unlock Botanicula and Shelter, plus five digital soundtracks. The games are available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Andorid depending on the offering. All games except for […]