click on the picture to enlarge it. Download the picture in hi-res and without texts.

Everybody who downloaded our game illegally (for free) has now a chance to redeem himself and get the latest version of the game (Win+Mac+Linux) and it’s fantastic Soundtrack only for $5 (instead of $20).

Click here to buy Machinarium.

We released the game DRM free which means it doesn’t include any anti-piracy protection, therefore the game doesn’t bother players with any serial codes or online authentication, but it’s also very easy to copy it. Our estimate from the feedback is that only 5-15% of Machinarium players actually paid for the game. If you decide to buy the game, you can be sure you’ll support directly the developers, not any big publisher or distributor.

Listen to this pirate song composed by Tomas Dvorak specially for this occasion:

Tomas Dvorak - Pirate Amnesty

The offer runs from August 5th to 12th.

we just want to assure you, we don’t think you have pirated the game first if are going to buy it now:)
This sale isn’t only for pitaes, it’s for all. Thanks to everybody who paid for the game!

1. SpaceGuy
August 5, 2010

You guys are so thoughtful.

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3. scott
August 5, 2010

Wait let me get this straight.
if I steal the game , you will give it to me for $5.
but …if I am honest and buy te game legally to start off withI have to pay $20?
So you want to reward pirates but fleece honest fans?
No disrespect but that doesnt make sense to me.

4. Jakub Dvorsky
August 5, 2010

Scott, the point is that we are selling the game one week for just $5 to everybody and on this occasion we also appeal to all pirates who downloaded it for free to buy it when it’s so cheap. We don’t support pirates and of course we are very thankful to everybody who bought Machinarium, especially to those who bought it for the full price.

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6. Eric
August 5, 2010

I didn’t pirate it – I just didn’t play it because the demo didn’t strike me as something I wanted to pay $20 for – but I’ll certainly give it a shot for $5, and tell friends about it if I like it. I agree with Scott that this is a strange way to pitch your sale, though. I mean, temporary deep discounts on digitally delivered games (whoa, alliteration) are nothing new, and I’m sure the pirates would hear about it. Not sure how many you’ll guilt into purchasing through explicit appeal (though hey, if you hear from any who say you did, tell us about it).

7. TotalBiscuit
August 5, 2010

Scott, it’s called a sale. Everyone does them, it’s nothing unusual.

Sending some traffic your way Amanita, I wish you every success.

8. Hollow
August 5, 2010

How possible is it that you’ll extend the sale to Steam, as well?

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11. Xerxenesky
August 5, 2010

I bought the game at some Steam sale for 9 dollars and loved it! All I could think was that the game was definitely worth 20 bucks. I could see that a lot of effort went into the making of the game. I loved it, congrats to all the developers.

12. Klarden
August 5, 2010

Well, i liked the demo but never considered buying it for 20$. For 5$ and with the soundtrack, on the other hand, i’m sold

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15. ErcanKazaz
August 5, 2010

Make this deal on Steam and I will gladly buy your game.

16. Jeff
August 5, 2010

Absolutely love the game and was more than happy to pay full price. Best art and soundtrack I’ve seen in a video game in years. The piracy numbers are tragic, but this campaign is a great way to try to recoup a little bit of what you would have made had these guys taken the honest route.

I almost want to thank them for inspiring Tomas to put together another track. :)

17. David
August 5, 2010

It’s a shame that so many people pirated this wonderful, wonderful game.
I bought it twice actually, both the downloadable version and the retail one, and it’s probably my favorite game.

And btw; When I saw that image, I thought this was a post about a new pirate-themed game… :P

18. sg
August 5, 2010

Will people who bought it legit be able to get the soundtrack? I understand the risks of early adoption price-wise, but it would be nice to not get gipped on the soundtrack because I had the thoughtfulness to support the dev.

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20. MattG
August 5, 2010

I will take you up on your offer of £3.83. Thanks very much =P

21. Elowine
August 5, 2010

Read TotalBiscuit’s post on youtube and bought it, it looks lovely :)
I know how hard it is for indie devs to earn some money. Hope more people will buy it.

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23. Zynaps
August 5, 2010

A very good way to make some buzz about the game again.

24. DysprosiumJudas
August 5, 2010

One of the people who purchased the game. It makes me sad more people didn’t pay for this truly extraordinary experience.

25. Paul
August 5, 2010

Why buy the game? I bought the Collectors Edition way back in March. The disc was supposed to MAC/PC hybrid… had only the mac version on it. Sent you guys like 10 emails, never got a reply. Tried to register to the forum, never got the activation email. Screw you. Thats the only way I see how I can contact you… So far, buying from you has been the worst experience I’ve had buying a game. Real Shame


26. Lyn
August 5, 2010

It is incredibly disheartening to read such rates for piracy, especially for small indie developers who do not have strong financial backing. I cannot understand how anyone justifies such means of behavior.

I grabbed the game here, and I want to say thank you for such an awesome deal. I hope you guys get some positive results from this. And to those saying they will not buy it unless it is on Steam, why not? This way you get the soundtrack, as well as supporting a developer directly. Purchasing it on Steam cuts the developer’s profit a great deal.

27. Paul
August 5, 2010

forgot to add:
pirating your game from piratebay has been the only way i have been able to play the game on WINDOWS. So much for your “Pirate Amnesty” campaign

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29. Josh
August 5, 2010

I bought the game off Steam back when it was $15. Easily worth it, but I didn’t get the OST with it, which kind of sucked, since it is so incredibly good.

I’m buying it again, so I can have the OST.

30. Josh
August 5, 2010

Oh, right. Guys, if you could release the Pirate Amnesty image sans-text and at, say, 1920×1200, the world would be super appreciative! I want my desktop to be beautiful.

[…] Design are giving pirates a chance to redeem themselves. Machinarium is currently on sale at their website for a mere $5, which is a whopping 75% off the usual price, and it comes with the soundtrack too. […]

32. Cabbit
August 5, 2010

Any chance you can discount the game on steam too?
I prefer to buy my games there, as the download speeds are very fast.
Plus I’m constantly losing “download link” emails from publishers that don’t offer their games on steam, frustrating!

If you do decide to discount it on steam, please be sure to have it discounted in all regions :D
Heaps of times i’m told about sales on steam only to learn it was for the USA only and New Zealand/Australia are left out again, even though we still have to pay with US Dollars.

Thank you! I love the demo and look forward to buying.

33. Jakub Dvorsky
August 5, 2010

Paul, we know about Collector’s edition problems, you should contact Mamba Games who published this wrong DVD version. We are sorry but ufortunately we can’t help you with that. Try this email: and let them know your problem.

Also are you sure you sent those 10 emails to us (which email address?), because we do replay to customers.

34. StingingVelvet
August 5, 2010

@ Cabbit

Buying from the devs means a lot more money in their pocket… why give Valve a cut? If you don’t want to track the email then just backup the installer to a DVD or HDD, because it is DRM free you have no worries there.

Please reconsider your Steam worship,


35. Jonikiro
August 5, 2010

Hell, for that price, I’m buying this game AGAIN. Love the new song, love the game even more. Don’t ever stop :D You guys got another $5 from me.

36. jase52476
August 5, 2010

Hello, thanks for the sale. Please add one more vote for updating the price on Steam. I’d really like to buy it, but I am going to wait for it to be available for this price on Steam.

Thank you

37. TJF588
August 5, 2010

Almost makes you wish to’ve donned the hat and eyepatch, eh? Hrm, perhaps I could go ruining the goodwill by copying the installer onto my sis’s PC (she and my old sister’s boyfriend are further along in “my” World of Goo than I am!).

38. Grimm
August 5, 2010

Another vote for Steam. That would make me buy it as well.

39. jordandev
August 5, 2010

Bought the game for full price awhile ago and it was spectacular.

Sell it on Steam for $10 (so you can recoup Valve’s take) and I’ll gladly buy another copy just so I can have it there as well.

40. emaN
August 5, 2010

Is there an gift option for my pirate friends?

41. fy
August 6, 2010

I’d pay $5 if you offer the same in Steam.
Love to have all my games in Steam.

42. PeNCoe
August 6, 2010

is this offer for the english version only or may i get the german version too at this lovely price? ;-)

43. Tim
August 6, 2010

Great offer!
I bought the game directly for 20$ after playing the demo. Fantastic piece of art! Love the music! I even bought the collectors edition and the soundtrack on vinyl! I love everything about Machinarium. It really stands out among other games. I like the new song and picture of pirates! I sure hope we’ll see a sequel or at least another game similar to Machinarium!
Keep up the good work guys! :)

44. hcrab
August 6, 2010

You posted very nice art here! :) Release it without any text (and I have 1920×1080, so bigger version would be welcome) please! :)

45. pirate
August 6, 2010

or i could just download it for free :)

46. erik
August 6, 2010

I feel addressed as a pirate .. I admit. Found it in the binary newsgroups.
I love the game and soundtrack and will buy this package. Although it feels like stealing again, for this price. ;) I hope the early owners see that this promotion isn’t to diss them but to attract more funds and fans for future projects.
Keep up the great work, I hope this initiative increases the chance of developing a sequel (or other wonderful games).

47. murphy
August 6, 2010

I bought it after reading about the rebate and short playing the demo, but i never played it before. I think it worth 5$… thanks for this cool game.

48. murphy
August 6, 2010

i got now the information that a friend of mine bought one of it too today only for the soundtrack :)

49. Jakub Dvorsky
August 6, 2010

hcrab, it’s good idea – thanks:) here’s the art in hi-res (3000×2232):

50. Stefan
August 6, 2010

I really love this game – thats why I’ve bought it four times:

1. the PreOrder Download Version from Amanita
2. as part of the Indie Bundle
3. the german box edition
4. the UK collectors box edition

I’ve also bought the soundtrack on vinyl – can’t get enough of this game. :)

So everyone who haven’t bought it – grab it for the $5 sales price – it’s worth the money. Let’s hope they make enough money to finance another brilliant game.

51. Herp derp
August 6, 2010

So it is $20 for a 2.5 hour point and click adventure game made in flash? Overpriced much?

52. CrzWaco
August 6, 2010

Was wondering would you be able to make this available on steam for this price I would really like to buy it just $20 is a bit much with the exchange rates but $5 is awesome.

Hope those pirates gets the game as well now.

53. Jonas
August 6, 2010

hehe you guys are really great. not only do you produce one of the FEW games out there that people actually can relate to, you have such a chill attitude towards those that do not understand them aswell =)
simply because the 5-10% of people that paid for machinarium are the same 5-10% that truly understand the living ART that is machinarium.
the other 90-95% are just having a fun time with a really fun title.
i <3 this game beyond anything else. =)

54. oscar
August 6, 2010

just bought it, i played it on a frends pc he payed full price, and i never got around buying it, i hope this contributes <3

55. James Peach
August 6, 2010

The game was pirated because it was overpriced. Go to Steam and look at the games that are in the same price range as Machinarium. 95% of them have more content, better production value, more replay value, etc. The only people who would choose Machinarium over those games are going to be people who are fans of what you guys have done in the past or people who think it looks cool and don’t care about the price (A very small percentage of people).

I find it preposterous that you would charge $20 for a game that has many free equivalents that you could find on any popular and well run Flash game sites, especially when there are games that are better in almost every way except for art style and psuedo-hipster “art game” movement bullshit. I bought the game. Did I enjoy it? Yes I did. Do I regret buying it for $20? Yes. After looking at every other game (In some cases, multiple games for that price) I could have gotten for $20, I felt that I was ripped off.

This isn’t just a problem with you guys though. The majority of indie developers overprice their games without ever looking at what else the user could get for the pricetag they put on their work.

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58. Michael
August 6, 2010

I have never played this game, I’ve never even heard of it before. But it looks cool and I think as a game developer you guys ARE cool as hell, consider my purchase a contribution towards getting more good, creative games out on the market.

59. ErcanKazaz
August 6, 2010

Please make it this deal on Steam and I will buy it for me and my cousin too.

60. the flying mouth
August 6, 2010

5-15%??? Where did you get these numbers from? There is literally no way to know how many people pirate your game, so how do you know that 85-95% did?

You don’t, you’re just an arrogant, indie douchebag who thinks people actually want to play his game. No one stole your game, they just didn’t want it.

61. app103
August 6, 2010

I never heard of this game before, but just tried the demo. I like it…a lot. Enough to buy it. So, while I am not one of the pirates you were reaching out to, you can consider the publicity you gained with this sale, a success. Keep up the great work!

62. klonoa
August 6, 2010

I was going to buy this, but couldn’t afford it for $20. Now I can! Awesome.

I do pirate games on occasion, but never from independent developers, as a rule.

63. fags
August 6, 2010

I do pirate games on occasion, and only from independent developers, as a rule.

64. Marvin
August 6, 2010

There is no problem with Flash. It´s far more compatible with different systems than other engines. And in point and click adventures the most important feature is the content, technically it “only” has to “work”. And Machinarium does. If you want to play a 60h game then play a roleplaying or strategy game or something. The special charme like in Machinarium is worth its “weight” in gold. The game touched my heart, my humor and my brain. I will never forget it. And I could play the whole game again and again if I like, without killing my real life because I haven´t time left for that. ;-)

Real Art always has a price.

66. Lyn
August 6, 2010

@the flying mouth

Speak for yourself. I personally have wanted this game for a little while, I just could not justify it with my increasing backlog. I grabbed it yesterday though, and played it the rest of the day. Definitely worth it, and I only wish I had bought it sooner now.

You may not want it, but it is your loss. The rest of us will be enjoying a great little point and click adventure game with excellent art, music, and some cute puzzles.

67. Grey
August 6, 2010

I pirated your game a little while ago

And bought it even more recently.

Pardon my piracy, but now that it is cheaper it is well worth the price.

I thank you for your sale, Amanita, and welcome your amnesty.

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69. EkoSoop
August 6, 2010

Bought! I hope that this helps support you guys like you deserve.

70. Wolfgang
August 6, 2010

WTF? I tired to buy it. Really, with my Diners Club card. 1. tried in the austrian store. but they didn’t take my credit card! ok i thought lets try a US address using Berderlinx, then hopefully they will accept my diners club as a master card. but nooooo?!!? wrong address?!?!
you are not giving people a chance of buying it. now i HAVE TO Pirate this game!

71. Porkrinds
August 6, 2010

Maybe backing up your stats with proof would make this sound more sincere and less like a sham for free advertising by tech blogs.

1) $20 was too much
2) Low visibility. Many people never heard of this game.
3) $20 I wouldn’t buy it anyway, so because I didn’t am I pirate?
4) Steam
5) $20 was too much
6) Don’t blame others for your failures.

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73. Oliver
August 6, 2010

I didn’t pirate it, but think £14.99 is way too high, and I’d much prefer it via Steam.

If it was £7 on Steam, I’d probably buy it. I bought Eufloria for £7.50 (still felt a bit ripped off for paying that for a really crappy Flash game, mind).

74. Perrin
August 6, 2010

Nice sale guys. I already have the retail version of your game myself. I wouldn’t be too disheartened by all the moaning pricks in the thread banging on about the $20 price tag. Gamers have a ludicrous sense of entitlement and have unrealistic expectations of indie developers in terms of content to price ratio. I would much rather play a few well crafted hours of brilliance for $20 than 20 hours of grinding for loot or shooting in corridors. Your games are lovely so please continue making them.

75. Richard
August 6, 2010

I didn’t pirate it and this is the first I’ve heard of the game. It looks fantastic – bought a copy. :)

76. Matt
August 6, 2010

$5 seems very worthy. I heard about the game some months ago because I’ve seen your previous work, but being busy never had a chance to look into it. I saw the sale and thought $5 seems totally reasonable, I’ll look into it. Steam still shows it for ~$20. I’d love it if the sale were through Steam, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.

77. Ed
August 6, 2010

I bought the game previously on Steam, but now want to buy a copy for someone else as a gift. However there doesn’t seem to be a gift option on your site’s order page? I’d prefer to enter my email address and get the order info sent there, but don’t know how I’d go about transferring the the copy of the game into their name? (Or doesn’t that matter)?


78. Antoine Gersant
August 6, 2010

I had never heard of this game before today and it looks most excellent. I’ve just bought it.
I like the fact that it comes with the soundtrack because I love listening to game music.

What seems strange to me is the sheer amount of insulting messages in these comments, I hope they won’t prevent you from doing more good work !

79. xureus
August 6, 2010

I’ve never heard of this game before, but I really liked the demo and bought the game now.
Great offer from you guys!

80. Robin
August 6, 2010

As long as there are games, there will always be a crowd of angry internet kids who don’t have a grasp on how the world works ready to tell you what you’re doing wrong.

$20 is not a deal breaker to anyone who regularly spends any amount of money on PC games. If you don’t have any disposable income and/or don’t think developers should be rewarded for games that are a labour of love, who asked your opinion anyway? The complaints about ‘Flash’ and ‘production values’ are particularly laughably ignorant. Please find me a game on Newgrounds with several man-years of professional quality illustration and animation.

Machinarium represents a good couple of evenings intensive play (more for adventure game newbies), and is rewarding to replay / dip into after the event. For a really polished, well-rounded game (and a soundtrack I listen to outside of the game), I think it’s a reasonable price.

And yes, there are plenty of ways Amanita can reasonably accurately gauge the proportion of free/paid players of their game. And no, privately funded developers cannot access a pool of free marketing money to magically gain ‘visibility’.

81. xureus
August 6, 2010

@the flying mouth:

You are a little ungrateful bastard. The game is great. You don’t want it? Fine. You don’t have to. No need to bash the developers.

82. Pyr
August 6, 2010

Wait, this sounds wrong. Your offer sounds as if it was only meant for pirates. I feel like I would admit to being a pirate if I bought the game at this discount. As someone who never played the game before, this is a problem for me of course. Could you please clarify that the offer is not meant only for pirates to redeem themselves, but for everyone?

83. BL
August 6, 2010

As much as I like Machinarium, which I bought last year, and appreciate you as a game developer, I don’t believe your story that 90% of the people who played Machinarium have pirated the game “based on feedback”.

84. DT
August 6, 2010

I’ll buy it on the 13th. :)

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86. Other M
August 6, 2010

Put this price in a Steam Sale and I will be the first to buy.

Iknow, it’s lame for the developers to let so much money in the hands of the guys form Valve, but Steam is almost the official netwok of the PC gamer

87. Review: Machinarium
August 6, 2010

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88. dudez
August 6, 2010

That game never looked fun, and I surely didn’t download it. I wouldn’t even pay $5 for it as I’ve had my share of point and click adventures since the early 90’s.

Pirate Amnesty Sale? Thanks for insulting the public who didn’t want that outdated point and click junk. It was cool way back in 1992 but not today, sorry.

89. Vlado
August 6, 2010

I hadn’t had the pleasure of trying Machinarium until I saw the deal on today. Having played the flash demo, I can safely vouch for myself that $5 for the game is a steal (no pun intended). I’ve spent more money at the movie theater on bad movies, or the Xbox LIVE Indie Games marketplace without getting as much bang for my buck. The soundtrack is a very nice bonus. It’s a shame you’re experiencing such high piracy rates and I hope the amnesty sale helps offset some of the costs of piracy.

I think the adventure genre is a tough sell because the current generation of gamers may not be as familiar with the genre as some veteran gamers.

90. Chris
August 6, 2010

iPad version please! :)

91. net-zwerg
August 6, 2010

rather arrogant people are leaving their comments here :-(
i bought the game twice: one for myself and one for my nephews. we all just loved the game exactly the way it was designed !!! i paid the full price twice and i don’t regret it at all!
everybody who complains, that the game is overprized: did you ever reflect how much work is put into the development of such a game starting from the first scratch to the final product (including such a cool soundtrack) ?
i hope that more than 15% paid for the game to reward the developping crew for their work. and i also hope for a sequel to come!

92. ColdFrog
August 6, 2010

I’m willing to buy a second copy just because of this. The amazing effort that went into this was more than worth it, and I’ll gladly counteract it for the good of all.

If you think it’s overpriced, then you probably would never buy art. Which is what this is. I’ve just sat in front of a screen watching this game’s life and listening to the ambience, wandering around to enjoy the scenery. And you know what, if you do think it’s overpriced, fine – it’s not your thing. But for crying out loud, do you have to be so rude and insulting about it?

Keep up the good work.

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94. ModderFokker
August 6, 2010

Hi guys,

a downloaded game doesnt mean a lost sale.

I didnt even hear about this game untill now.
So actually piracy just made you another sale …lolz

95. somari
August 6, 2010

$14.99 should be the sweet spot (before VAT). Also, at times make limited-time offers like this. Steam may serve as marketing/exposure.

I constantly browse gaming blogs/news-sites, searching for new games, yet I learnt about Machinarium in the most obscure way ever: briefly mentioned in a comment to an article in a tech-site.

Btw, porting to consoles (ps3+xbla) might be a good idea. Today, I notified Kotaku about this sale, hoping to add some exposure. But I constantly feel it’d automatically get almost as much exposure as Fl0wer/castle-crashers/etc if it was on a console, and not easily discarded by its “Yet Another Flash Game” tag.

96. BaconSamurai
August 6, 2010

The sheer amount of negativity here is disheartening.

I bought the game at $20 and have found it a tremendous value. The game was great fun and beautiful to just watch. The art is top-notch and some truly clever puzzles.

The soundtrack is phenomenal and has become one of my de facto “chill out and work” albums. I’ve listened to it at least once a week since the game’s release, so I have gotten more than my money’s worth.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinions. I, personally, thought $20 was a steal. If you didn’t, that’s your prerogative. However, you don’t need to be disrespectful.

97. Green Gecko
August 6, 2010

I’m glad I am part of the 15%. Wonderful game, beautiful art and great soundtrack. Any high quality story book or graphic novel with the same level of imagination and quality of art could be priced at $20 except this is an interactive, animated game/story which is worth easily as much as that.

If you are not willing to support the lifeblood of indy developers then wait for the inevitible price cut or bundle. At one point this developer was offering a bundle of their games for a lower price on Steam for example.

Don’t make up some BS that because you weren’t willing to pay the price, you thought it was worth £0 instead. If you don’t want to pay, just don’t.

98. Green Gecko
August 6, 2010

Furthermore, could we appreciate the very small team of developers and artists here. The price of a large game with high production values backed by the many millions of dollars of large publishers, will sell at a high price because they must make a return on this huge investment, paying all the sometimes 100s of developers, the retail outlet will take a cut, the publisher will take a very substantial cut. Such a game will have good to excellent public visibility in the media because of the big budget advertising powered by the publisher. This will result in many more sales, and a greater chance of making a return.

In the risk of making a game like Machinarium with a small team, the developer must make more of a return per unit sold, because there are far less sales, otherwise they are unlikely to recoup their costs. Also, any profit is far more likely to be re-invested into future productions and developer pay, whereas profit from large commercial titles is more likely to go towards far higher saleries, bonus payments, corporate CEOs, re-investment in multiple other titles or businesses, or dispersed amongst international media conglomerates.

With and indy development like this, which is relatively more expensive to produce because there are less deveopment resources, you can at least be happy in the knowledge that you have funded a small honest business.

If you don’t think the game is worth $20, it is not suddenly worth $0. If for some reason you cannot run the game or your credit card doesn’t work, this doesn’t make the game $0, “forcing” you to pirate it. What utter bullshit.

99. Name
August 6, 2010

20$ is not a competitive price if you consider that ARMA2:Operation Arrowhead, an infinitely more complex game retails for 30$. Should have priced your game at 5$ from the start you could have scored many impulse sales just because it’s cheap, you know like the app store.

100. Alper
August 6, 2010

Bought it in the first day it’s released and when I look every detail in the game, I think it deserves every penny that I spent on this game. Don’t stuck in the terms, “playability, repetability, ….ity, ….ity”. This is pure art. This is a fantastic creation of humankind. How could anyone steal such kind of artwork? Please buy it, 5 dolar is just a coke and toast price.

101. Name
August 6, 2010

$5 should have been the price from the very beginning. $20 is simply to much for machinarium.

102. NoName
August 6, 2010

Offer it for that price on Steam and I’m in.

[…] particular note is indie developer Amanita’s Machinarium ‘Pirate Amnesty’ which sees the adventure game reduced to $5 in the hope of guilting the estimated 85-95% of players […]

104. Derek
August 6, 2010

If it hits this price on Steam, I’m sold. I’ve wanted to play this for some time, and $5 I would definitely pay $5, but only if I can redownload it as many times as I want if my hard drive dies.

105. ecz3
August 6, 2010

Derek, the whole idea of putting this promo on Amanita’s website is so they get revenue without having to give up 30%-40% on each purchase to a digital outlet…
You buy it directly from them and you’ll be helping the devs greatly.

106. grogtheslayer
August 6, 2010

I’ve kept an email from PC World on 08 January 2010 recommending this game, so I’m happy to pay $5 for a legal download and get motivated to play the game.

107. Kit
August 6, 2010

Haters gonna hate.

Count me among the lovers. I paid my measly 20 bucks when Machinarium first came out. At the time I wondered how you could keep it that inexpensive with all the hours of work that went into it. Sure it’s a “point & click adventure in Flash” and it’s amazing how you guys manage to take such a humble platform and turn it into such a challenging game. One that artistically exceeds just about everything else out there.

This game was well-worth 20 bucks. Unfortunately we live in a Twitter world of immediate gratification and shallow interests. Most people would rather sit around with their friend and quote “The Hangover” for the 20,000th time than to spend the price of a crap delivery pizza on something that’s deeper, richer and more lovely than anything they can create.

I just bought the 5 buck version. Not because I need it but because you deserve it.

108. anon
August 6, 2010

I am probably reading too much into this sale’s name, but buying the product – during the sale – doesn’t necessarily mean someone is a pirate.

109. Anonymous
August 6, 2010

I bought Machinarium cheaply during the Christmas sale, but man, if I knew in advance how wonderful it was going to be I would have paid $20 in a flash.

110. Sgt. Nukem
August 6, 2010

I didn’t get it illegaly in the first place – may I still have it for $5?! Or am I stuck with the bigger price tag??! :)

111. Fuck DLC
August 6, 2010

I would pay $20 if the shit was on a disc and sold in packaging, but not for fucking DLC.

112. ModderFokker
August 6, 2010

@ Sgt. Nukem

You can just buy it for 5$ …

i just finished the game and its well worth it.

113. tenchim86
August 6, 2010

Not gonna lie. I pirated the game and haven’t touched it, but I’ll buy it now. Looks like a great game and I like supporting developers when possible. Thanks.

114. denstark
August 6, 2010

Thank you very much for this. I pirated it and now have redeemed myself. I am happy to support the developers directly.

Thanks again for this great sale.

115. Doctor Jest
August 6, 2010

Well, I just heard about this game through the “amnesty” program. I appreciate the efforts of the developers to trust their users. It’s not always going to be a bed of roses, but in the long run, people will remember you for it.

I’d be happy to pay for the game at full price, given the sincerity of the team. Kudos, and may the naysayers get the scoots.

116. CyberToyger
August 6, 2010

I’m very glad to see them dealing with “pirates” in a mature and reasonable way :3
The large majority of pirates are people who are unemployed or on a very tight income and download things first before buying them. Theres also the whole anti-DRM escapades which I won’t rehash here. But anyway; the drop in price, having played the game “illegally” and finding out whether or not they liked it, the inclusion of a soundtrack AND last but most certainly not least the removal of DRM are all highly compelling reasons to slap down an easy $5 to ~directly~ fund the devs and brilliant minds behind this game. :3

117. Russtolium
August 6, 2010

@ Fuck DLC

You do realize there is a disc based collector’s edition of the game released in Europe and Australia, for about $20 and can usually be shipped to North America, right? I have it and it’s fantastic, but I will admit I had no clue it existed until I went looking for it.

[…] the grand total for both a DRM-free copy of the game as well as it's soundtrack to just $5. Link __________________ Love never blows up and gets […]

119. GB
August 6, 2010

I purchased the game here and now, but I never pirated it damit!

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[…] charge. You can grab Machinarium on the cheap for Windows PCs, Mac or Linux right now if you want. Machinarium Pirate Amnesty [Official Site via Ars Technica] Source: kotaku, […]

122. Andy Baio
August 6, 2010

Best game I played last year. Easily worth the $20 I paid for it.

123. GH
August 7, 2010

I was interested in Machinarium for a long time but never actually tried it. And this “sale” was just the thing to push me over into purchasing it. I’m damn happy I did, though I’m only about three screens in. It’s a beautiful, creative, and well-crafted game.

124. Aliasalpha
August 7, 2010

I too bought it without pirating it first, I feel so dishonest!

[…] adventure game which is usually priced at $20. From now until August 12th, Amanita is offering Machinarium for sale on their website for the unbeatable price of just $5! As a bonus, you get the soundtrack […]

126. Fuck Steam
August 7, 2010

Why many guys here are incompetent to play a game without steam?

127. SadistiX
August 7, 2010

Discount this on Steam and I’m in!

128. Fruitcake
August 7, 2010

I didn’t pirate the game. But for $5 i’ll buy any game

129. Vlado
August 7, 2010

Having listened to the soundtrack, I have to say this is a really great mix! Thanks for throwing in this as a bonus, it was worth the admission price alone.

130. Slimu
August 7, 2010

I’ve pirated the game when it first came out, but now I’m glad to pay the 5$ redemption toll.

131. sinus
August 7, 2010

I actually bought the game twice.

First, the german edition
Second, the Mamba edition

Thanks for the new artwork and Tomas’ new piece!

132. EP
August 7, 2010

I always wanted to play your game, get the offer to steam and I’ll buy it

133. Anon
August 7, 2010

A lot of people pirate games and simply never play through them. I bet most quit after first or second screen.

134. yohoho
August 7, 2010

So Steam or nothing? Support devs with buying it here you stupid monkeys. Go back to Steam Island! Valve uses terrible ways of brainwashing…

135. hersuri
August 7, 2010

I’d grab it if it’s $5 on Steam.

136. ShenaniganNinja
August 7, 2010

It’s nice to finally see the developers address piracy in a way that APPEALS to consumers instead of combats them. It’s always been my opinion that most piracy is a sort of protest to unfair pricing that’s forced on the consumers. Finally a developer that’s willing to address the source of piracy, rather than just combat it through legal prosecution. You guys rock. If you can get this deal on steam, please do so. If not, make an announcement so I know to buy it from you guys before the deal expires.

[…] oferta se mantendrá en pie hasta el día 12 de agosto e incluye, además de un enlace de descarga para el juego en sus tres versiones (Windows, Mac y […]

138. Stu
August 7, 2010

Please put it on Steam for reduced price. I like to assemble my collection on Steam but even though I enjoyed the demo, the price tag is a little hefty for my light wallet right now.

139. Victor Rubio
August 7, 2010

I wait, to make this a normal price. The game deserves it. It is magnificent. And the cursed pirates can not appreciate and congratulate (as applicable) to their creators.

140. Thanks
August 7, 2010

I had played the game on a friends pc before, price stopped me from bying it but for a 5er its a must.
So thanks to the devs!

141. EspadaV8
August 7, 2010

Tried the demo when this first came out, never pirated it, but like a lot of other have said $20 did seem a bit much, however, $5 is a nice price point where it’s a case of ‘why not’ since you spend more than that on a sandwich for lunch.

Hoping the rest of the game is as good as the demo, and hope the sale is doing well :)

[…] estimates only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a "Pirate Amnesty" sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to $5. So, […]

[…] only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a “Pirate Amnesty” sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to […]

[…] estimates only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a "Pirate Amnesty" sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to $5. So, […]

[…] estimates only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a "Pirate Amnesty" sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to $5. So, […]

[…] estimates only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a "Pirate Amnesty" sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to $5. So, […]

[…] estimates only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a "Pirate Amnesty" sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to $5. So, […]

148. Edo
August 7, 2010

I never pirated it but I do know here en Mexico most of the people who pirate stuff do it because they can’t afford to pay full price.

Not trying to justify piracy, it’s actually a hint. :)

149. crimsondynamics
August 7, 2010

Well, I saw this game before on Steam but 20 bucks was too much in my opinion.

I didn’t pirate it and probably will never play this game apart from a few minutes, but I want to show my support for independent developers who eschew DRM for our consumption convenience.

However, I doubt this will make a difference. If anything, it’s attracting new consumers who previously balked at the 20 dollar price point.

5 or 20 dollars, pirates were never going to pay for the game in the first place so there’s no loss if there never was going to be sold.

Anyhow, hope you guys recoup your investment, reap some profits and continue distributing games without DRM.

[…] only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a “Pirate Amnesty” sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to […]

[…] only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a “Pirate Amnesty” sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to […]

[…] only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a “Pirate Amnesty” sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to […]

[…] only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a “Pirate Amnesty” sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to […]

[…] Machinarium Sale […]

155. Iwantaiphone5
August 7, 2010

If 15% buy this game..and 85% that pirate.. what is the percent that people never going to get this game also? I love how they come up with imaginary numbers.

156. Iwantaiphone5
August 7, 2010

Also, I never heard of this game until yesterday from

157. Jeremy
August 7, 2010

I really like Mechanarium, but wow, what is with the entirely made up numbers? That would make this game pirated by about 60% more than the most pirated game ever.

What is the methodology used to come up with this number? How did you track it? Why did you feel that you had to make up a number?

158. Anonymous
August 7, 2010

65% of all statistics are made up on the spot, also 8 out of 10 people believe that 9 times out of 10.

[…] only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a “Pirate Amnesty” sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to […]

160. Obliviux
August 7, 2010

We want an iPhone version of this game *__*

[…] magnifique point and click Machinarium est vendu à 5$ avec la bande originale. L’opération s’appelle Amnistie pour les pirates et a pour but d’inciter tous ceux qui ont joué à Machinarium […]

162. Ubator
August 7, 2010

I want to pay via paypal, yet i have to enter all my data before doing so. Remove this, it’s horrible and keeps people from buying the game. You dont need the data as long as people pay anyway.

163. ThreeFingersDown
August 7, 2010


164. creath
August 7, 2010

I didn’t pirate your game in the first place, but I highly support no-DRM. Thank you for the great adventure!

165. Drown
August 7, 2010

I never heard of your game before today but it seems fun. Sadly I won’t purchase it, because it would automatically label myself as a “redeemer” in your eyes. So farewell.
Also, what’s with those fake numbers? Unless you illegally spy on your players, you have no way to obtain that information. It makes you seem odd. A huge amount of odd.

166. MannyK
August 7, 2010

First time i have seen this game look like some good fun reminds me a bit of the game the neverhood from 1995 i think :P
I’d pay $5 for it even more depends on the length of the game.
But its still selling for $20 on steam :\

167. machinarium | alex blog
August 7, 2010

[…] aktuellem Anlass mal wieder eine kleine Indie-Game Empfehlung. Noch bis zum 12.08. gibt es Machinarium für nur knapp 5€ zum […]

[…] jugadores así se lo pagan.Pues resulta que Amanita Design ha decidido rebajar el precio un 75%, y ponerlo a venta por 5$, es decir, unos 4€. Así dan una oportunidad a los piratas, para conseguir el juego de forma […]

169. Nils
August 7, 2010

I would have bought the game. The price seems great for the game.
I didn’t because I won’t give my name, telephone number and address for buying a DLC via Paypal.
To pay with Paypal means to not give away all these things and still be able to pay in a save way.
I’ll check on this one again in a week and hope for a change.

170. goutbulgare
August 7, 2010

thanks a lot for your work.

171. Fabryz
August 7, 2010

After i purchased the game it mailed me the download links, and I saw that they are “available” for only 14days, question: how/where will I be able to redownload it in the future?

172. Overgear
August 7, 2010

I already bought the game through steam but I’d love to get the soundtrack. Does that mean I’d have to buy the game again in order to get this soundtrack?

[…] only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a “Pirate Amnesty” sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to […]

174. Aulbath
August 7, 2010

Was interested in it before, never had the chance to get it in a store, forgot about it.

Bought it today and just finished it (didn’t pirate it) because I love beautiful 2D-visuals (and this game has plenty). Add in an amazing soundtrack and a really enchanting atmosphere and you got a very appealing game.

If you value design and atmosphere over leaderboards, amount of weapons or latest shader-technology – give this one a spin. I am still enchanted by it’s amazing visuals.

Thanks to Amanita Design for this little gem.

175. Swoop
August 7, 2010

I never pirated this game but now that price is right, I decided to buy it. With normal price I would have not bought it, though. But now everybody won. Sold!

176. Flo
August 7, 2010

On Amazon Germany the Game costs actually 28,99 EURO, thats ~ $38,50. Do you wonder about pirates, when we all know the game costs $20,00 in USA?

I want to play the game, but i can’t download (legal or illegal) it because of my slow internet connection.

Please lower the price for the “retail”-version too, thats only fair.

[…] via [Machinarium Official Website] […]

178. Figurez
August 7, 2010

If it’s anything like the last high profile game that released massive piracy figures, they got the numbers from referencing the number of individual IP’s submitting scores versus the number of copies sold.

179. Paul
August 7, 2010

@ Jakub Dvorsky

when i said i sent ’10 email”.it was more a figure of speech. I sent 2, to “” on the 6/6 and on the 9/7… (following the advice in your forum), plus tried to register to your forum at “”… im still waiting for me activation mail :P

considering its the publishers fault (in the end, they’re always responsible, not the duplication company, because they’re selling it; they can then later sue the factory, thats another matter), i would at least have liked to be contacted, even if they had just told me: “look guys, its a finacial suicide to replace all the faulty discs games, please just accept our apologies. We are a inexperienced company… etc…” i would have understood and left them alone. but nope.

[…] only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a “Pirate Amnesty” sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to […]

181. KingPepper
August 7, 2010

Isn’t obvious that the dev’s of this game wanted a way of getting there games free advertising, by making up this bull of there games being pirated so all the news sites would pick it up & so let everyone know about there games of which i also had not heard of until today, just tried the demo……..what a load of crap, STFU dev’s.

182. Hack Sparrow
August 7, 2010

I didn’t self-pirate this game. I never heard of it before. But reading the new…. oh wait Are they forgiven us… our lifes and don’t kill us for buying that bullshit-mini-game for 5 ducks? Oh men! GTFO! YOU PIRATE!

183. Jon
August 7, 2010

I’d never heard of this until I read the pirate amnesty article on Ars Technica this morning.

Came & played the demo, loved it, appreciated the pain of a developer seeing people taking their work for free, especially when they’d been trusting enough to offer it without DRM. I also appreciated the amnesty (even though I’d never pirated the game) – a positive move rather than just going around threatening everybody. I also REALLY appreciate a supported Linux version (I know it’s Flash so probably didn’t take THAT much work, but still it’s nice to be acknowledged as a market).

I love puzzle adventure games and $5 is a bargain for something so beautiful. Bought it straight away. Many thanks & I hope the amnesty brings in a lot of revenue.

184. R
August 7, 2010

I love the anti-piracy artwork. I played a pirated version together with a friend and thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it. Today I bought four copies, so as to give you the full price for it.

It’s great being able to buy it directly from you guys instead of going through Steam. I’m a bit vary about how you’r really just “renting” a game with Steam and need their program in the background. Though this may not have applied to your game, buying directly also answears the typical piracy argument, that one does not want to support middle-men like retailers or record companies but the artists themselves.

I’ve been following you since samorost 1 and look forward to future games! :-)

[…] a great deal. If you've already pirated the game and still don't want to drop $20 on it, you can legitimately purchase it for $5 and be certain that you supported a great indie developer in the […]

186. gabriele
August 7, 2010

mi dispiace ragazzi spero che vendiate qualche copia

187. xmfreak
August 7, 2010

I’ve heard of this game but even if you beieve me or not I had no plans to play it before. But based on the good feedback 5$ seems worth it.

188. El Taco
August 7, 2010

Just letting you know, the phrase ‘and it’s fantastic Soundtrack only for $5′ shouldn’t have an apostrophe between the ‘t’ and ‘s’ of ‘its’. Its is already possessive.

189. mtsweir
August 7, 2010

I brought this game online, loved it and think its one of the best games of all time. Shame on those people who think they should obtain things illegally.

190. Dan
August 7, 2010

You guys rock. I already bought this game from Steam, but it didn’t come with the full soundtrack, so I’m using this sale as an excuse to pick it up.

[…] Current Mood: HAY!Thats Right kidos only $5 for this Awesomeness of a game! What is Machinarium you ask? Simple only a Badass game that reaches deep into everyone demonic side and tuns that into a lonely robot. The promotion is called “Machinarium Pirate Amnesty”. It looks like that only 5-15% of the people that play the game actually bought it. I wanted this game so bad, It got really good reviews but all the reviews said the same thing… Its to short! $20 for little less than 5hrs of game play is a little to much to spend… I did think about just pirating the game but that honestly goes agent my better judgments. I was a heavy Pirate in the past, and most of the games I did Pirate I went back and purchased them. Most of them through Steam. But sadly it looks like I’m going to pass awesome deal also even though its my birthday this Sunday because this discount does not apply to Steam. Pick up your $5 copy of Machinarium right here. […]

[…] and help Machinarium pirates go straight, the developers (Amanita Design) have decided to hold a “Pirate Amnesty” sale. In essence, they’re selling the game mad cheap to attract illegitimate users to get a legal […]

193. Goregamer
August 7, 2010

I Blogged about it. $5 is a nice price. But to tell you the Truth. I’m going to wait till after the sale and buy it a the Full $20 price. I had no idea that This many people were pirating the game.

194. rosedragon
August 7, 2010

considering that point and click games are popular in Asian countries, I’m not going to be surprised of the percentage– we doesn’t have the money to buy here. I am curious though which feedback that makes amanita sure about it?

The pricing was steep indeed considering that other genres have bigger time to finish and replaybility. I actually pirate Machinarium when it first out, and after I’m immersed with the game– I bought a copy.

195. Erzei
August 7, 2010

Just bought it!

I dont care if the statistics are fake or not(maybe they counted the people downloading the game via torrent files), but i think that one game of this quality deserves it.

[…] particular note is indie developer Amanita’s Machinarium ‘Pirate Amnesty’ which sees the adventure game reduced to $5 in the hope of guilting the estimated 85-95% of players […]

197. Jason
August 8, 2010

I bought this game on Steam and loved it. Total bargain for $5 so I hope the pirates do the right thing and support the indie developers!

198. hullu
August 8, 2010

how much for a boxed version and where can I get the boxed version?

199. Cabbit
August 8, 2010

Machinarium collectors edition is $90+ in New Zealand.
what the fuck.

200. AffeMitWaffe
August 8, 2010

I heard about Machinarium before but didn’t buy it (but didn’t download it as well). For 4,63 Euro including VAT, it’s a steal and I like to support creative small developers. Got to love the ingenuity!

Still downloading :-)

201. Machinarium @ Insert Disk 2
August 8, 2010

[…] Und zwar genau HIER. […]

202. Thomas
August 8, 2010

I would buy it even if it costs $20. But as long as it’s not possible to pay without entering this large amounts of personal data, including name and address, unfortunately there seems to be no way to buy it online.

203. Dixbalz
August 8, 2010

Nice statistics, lol.

Did you know 9 out of 10 people enjoy Gang rape.

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205. Aulbath
August 8, 2010

Hey Amanita people, would it be possible to add 2 more t-shirt designs? I would love to have the machinarium logo on a black shirt in white color, same goes for the samorost logo.
The other t-shirt designs aren’t really my taste.

Also, liked your style (and played some Samorost 1 this morning) and just bought the Collector’s Edition of Machinarium from Ebay. Looking forward to trying out Samorost 2.

206. Anon
August 8, 2010

You know, noone is forcing you to enter CORRECT information. Just go by the name John Smith living Under a Bridge 17 if it bothers you.

207. David
August 8, 2010

@Fuck DLC; There was a retail version released…

208. DANoWAR
August 8, 2010

Couldn’t you let people also donate money? That way we could give you more if we thought the game was worth more. :-)

209. Nono
August 8, 2010

Hey, If you’re paying with paypal then why do you have to give out all the info goods? I’m not going to give everybody my name and address. You don’t need it.

210. Tweeder
August 8, 2010

Why spend $5 if I can pirate it for free! Thanks for the idea!

211. Tweeder
August 8, 2010

And btw, all your asshats that are complaining about privacy…. “you dont need my info” blah blah blah. It’s not like your information isn’t out there anyway. I bet EVERY SINGLE BITCHER has a facebook account, an xbox live account, and/or a PS3 account which means your info is in the wild anyway. Deal with it or don’t play the game.

These guys are selling a $20 game for $5 and you’re still bitching about something!

212. Flamekebab
August 8, 2010

I pirated the game and enjoyed it but $20 was too much for me. This amnesty is a fantastic idea – I’ve paid now.

213. tiesto
August 8, 2010

would have just bought the game but cba putting all the info when i have paypal for that.

214. Frankie
August 8, 2010

I bought it for the Pc a couple of months ago and the pc 2 weeks later blew up…i didn’t make a backup of the game and i bought a Mac to replace to pc… so.. you know what? i’m going to buy it AGAIN…beacuse you guys deserves it.
Fuck the piracy!

215. Cheap fucker
August 8, 2010

I am ashamed of saying it, but I played the game on a pirated version.
Special pirate event made me buy a copy !

5$ is way not enough money for a treasure like Machinarium, but I’m cheap. And broke.

You guys proved that video-games creation is art. You’ll go down history.

Keep caring about perfection and fun, it is way worth it !

216. Cheap fucker
August 8, 2010

Note that whilst I was pirating it, I advertized the games to A LOT (like, 50) of people, about a third of ‘em bought it.


217. Kim
August 8, 2010

Bought it now.

This is GOTY 2010!

Puzzles, design and soundtrack is top notch.

218. Ignis
August 8, 2010

Its to bad people can’t recognize how badly there actions are hurting people. These guys spent a lot of time and effort into creating this unique and fun game and most of you don’t even have the heart to purchase it at 75% off to show even the tiniest amount of gratitude. Thanks for the great experience guys, I think I’ll but two copies at that price and share the game with a friend!

219. Axel
August 8, 2010

Hi there.
I would like to buy this game since i don’t own it at all (no, i didn’t even pirate it) but i can’t pay if you only offer 2 ways to do it. Here in Germany only few people use credit cards and paypal also isn’t everyones favorite. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining, I’m just suggesting ;)
How about click&buy?

220. Andrei
August 8, 2010

How about doing this for steam?
Like most people who have game on steam, I’d rather keep all my games in the same place.
5$ is a good price for an Indie game, but 14.99 euro is too steep for many.

221. Chris
August 8, 2010

awful offer — thanx alot!
I never pirated your game, but BUYED and PLAYED throw in an instance this rainy afternoon.
it was a really nice refreshing experience of adventure gaming.
best regards!

222. CharonX
August 8, 2010

I was delighted to find this gem of game again after I played the demo some time back.
I never pirated your game – I respect Indy Developers too much for that.
To my dismay I found that I have to enter a metric ton of personal information to purchase the game, which really turned me off from buying it. Honestly, Name + Address + Telephone Number? Sorry, no can do. So I will not buy the game (and no, I won’t pirate it either).

223. Krian
August 8, 2010

I just bought the offer to give it to my sister (I bought it myself half a year ago during the D2D-Xmas-Sale), but since I had to pay with Paypal I used my own email address. Is it okay if I just give my sister the download link from Fastspring?

224. John Doe
August 8, 2010

Never played Machinarium but I do pirate most of my games, and reading about this made me feel bad so I’m gonna buy it.

225. Jesse
August 8, 2010

I hadn’t heard of your company prior to news of this hitting hacker news, but figured that I’d throw my $5 into the ring just out of support. Good luck!

226. De.Facto
August 8, 2010

I would pay twice or three times.. furthermore I really appreciate your work.

227. Daniel
August 8, 2010

Heard of your game some time ago, but never got around to play it.

The folks at Kotaku posted a heads up recently, and I decided to buy it, unfortunately money is scarce in my country, but I gladly pay for my goods :)

Keep up the good work!

228. Alpha Negro
August 8, 2010

Guys listen. You kno.. Dude guys seriously listen. listen guys, You know, pay attention, guys, serious. Guys guess…listen. Guess what? Listen guys. You know. Guys. Listen. Guys You know it’s free on Demonoid!

Seriously guys.

229. Fenix
August 8, 2010

Never tried the game, but for 5 bucks I might aswell :)

230. vi
August 8, 2010

personal data needed to pay? seriously? no go

[…] Well the Czech company decided to offer an amnesty for pirates, and they now offer Machinarium for a measly 5 dollars on their website, right over there : […]

232. Siro
August 8, 2010

I have the Collector’s Edition and i paid for it 12€. I will purchase the sequel if you develop a second part.

Congratulations for yr g8 job from Galicia, Spain.

233. Matt
August 8, 2010

Never heard of this game but mentioned this deal and I checked out reviews. Just bought, thanks for the deal and I’m loving the game so far!

234. diHobbes
August 8, 2010

Why in Steam is still 15$? I’d buy it for 5$ right now. :D

Congrats from Spain. Keep the good work!

235. John
August 8, 2010

You are joking about and marketing with the fact that our keepers have decided they can make information illegal to access.

I find your lack of understanding disgusting.

236. Pulsewidth
August 8, 2010

Linux version is 32-bit only! Very misleading when the demo works perfectly on 64-bit systems. I thought $5 was a good deal but now I regret buying because it’s going to be so much hassle to play the game.

237. nyder
August 8, 2010

I’m very disappointed in your company.

You are using the “piracy” bandwagon to sell more of your game, knowing full well you made up the “piracy” number. Not to mention the harm that spreading more fud about “piracy” on the PC and sharing fake numbers.

You have NO idea how many people pirated your game. That is, downloaded it for free and plays it. Not people that tried it, didn’t like it and deleted it, but people that actually play it.

Companies like you, that use the “piracy” buzzword, should be ashamed. Your hurting your own industry. What if all developers started to believe the lie that they won’t make money on the PC because of piracy? What if they decided they won’t make money of the 360 or Wii because those games can be pirated also?

No one would make new games. And here’s the thing, the companies that currently are making games for the PC? They are making money. They aren’t losing money (providing they are making quality games, not trying to cash in) to piracy. It’s all a bunch of lies.

Now we have you, who is making money (you stated you are), but decided to use the piracy bandwagon to get some, what, free advertising?

While you won’t do it, You owe the gaming community an apology for lying to them, and using a cheap stunt to try to make money.

238. Clomtar
August 8, 2010

I’m going to wait until it comes out on Xbox Live Arcade. That’s pretty much the only way I play these games anymore.

239. chronum
August 9, 2010

WHY you need my personal data when I choose to pay via PayPal?

I will buy the game when this is GONE.

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243. Not the only one
August 9, 2010

Why do you ask for all that personal information? Seriously, you don’t need my street address! It’s a download!

[…] offer was posted on their blog. To their credit, it’s certainly a more progressive approach than most to courting […]

[…] only 5 to 15 percent of players actually paid for the game — the developer is holding a “Pirate Amnesty” sale for the point-and-click adventure game, temporarily marking its price down from $20 to […]

[…] support.Machinarium is available for Mac, PC and Linux. The sale ends on August 12.You can check the official Pirate Amnesty page out here.Source: Joystiq Posted in PC Gaming No Comments (be the first)This post made me think about: […]

247. Project_Xii
August 9, 2010

One of the best indie games ever made. Picked it up for $10 on Steam and think it was a perfect price ($20 was a touch to expensive given the length, even if the art must have been painstaking). But I work at a game store, and talked a lot of customers into buying the retail version, so I feel I’ve done my part.

And remember people, if you don’t support the developer, they may never make another game. And then I’ll hunt you all down and format your hard drives. Yeah, that’s right. Buy the game or else.

248. mischorradas
August 9, 2010

Could the price be almost the same in Steam? In Steam is still expensive :(
I didn’t knew about it until this “Anti Piracy” offer. I played the demo and… i bought it. But I want it in Steam :P Yep, pay twice xD

249. Craig
August 9, 2010

I didn’t buy this game for the game, I bought it to support a small developer who was copping it from pirates (been there, done that, grew up). Enjoying the game has been a fantastic bonus.

250. Robtot
August 9, 2010

I haven’t played this but I’d buy it if it was $5 on Steam. The trailer looked pretty

251. Midloo
August 9, 2010

“I would buy it even if it costs $20. But as long as it’s not possible to pay without entering this large amounts of personal data, including name and address, unfortunately there seems to be no way to buy it online.”

Don’t you need to enter all that for the credit card purchase? Duh…

252. gentax
August 9, 2010

I read about this game just last week. I played the demo. I thought it’s so delicious!!!
I’m so so sorry about all that not-original copies around the world for such little fee…
so I bought it, I’m sure me and my little son will enjoy the game for some time!!!

thanks and keep the wonderful work on, you’re great!

[…] para Windows, Linux e Mac, sem qualquer proteção anti-pirataria. Para comprar, só entrar nesse link (onde você pode inclusive baixar gratuitamente uma música composta exclusivamente para essa […]

254. Zixinus
August 9, 2010

I am sure my comment is going to be lost among the sea of it all, but I’ll share a few sentences either way.

Yeah, I’m one of the guys that liked the demo and brought the game. I kind of want to see a sequel or another game in this kind of art style, and yes, I’ll pay for it. What also appealed to me was the adventure-design recognized some of the pitfalls of your typical adventure game.

The other, is that 5-15% of games out there being pirated IS NORMAL. This may be surprising, but it’s actually absurd to expect only the same about being pirated. This is sadly just another fact of life. At best, you can only shave off a few percents of that 85%-95% pirated games. A working crack only has to be made once.

People that buy games buy a few at a time. Pirates hoard games and try out every one, even ones that are not in their favorite genre. Remember, it costs nothing to try out and finish a game, especially if its small as Machinerium.
So, really, focus should be on convincing people that would buy the game to buy it, rather than trying to handle pirates. Not that the above sale is a bad idea.

255. Stimpson J. Cat
August 9, 2010

I think that is time to stop calling “piracy” to unnoficial/unauthorized reproductions and distribution of a digital entity, here nobody died and the elements are not unique (just copies) unlike in real piracy

Besides that, I like the way that the independent industry is doing thing on the last years (game and music) they are leaving behind the oligopolies and creating a tendency

Good luck on this promotion… you wont need it anyway

ps: Allowing donations can be good for people that got the game by other means (like lend and stuff…)

256. David Baumgold
August 9, 2010

Looks like a great game, and I’d love to buy it — but I’d prefer to buy it on Steam for the $5 price. Any chance you guys can set the price $5 there?

257. Anonymous
August 9, 2010

Love that artwork!!

258. Anonymous
August 9, 2010

Fantastic looking game, but to be honest I bought it just for the soundtrack – not sure if I’m ever going to get around to playing it :)

Love supporting independent developers, keep at it!

259. Sparrow
August 9, 2010

У Якуба есть дар. За его творчество я готов заплатить и 20$, но у меня нет электронного кошелька :( Я не знаю, стоит ли заводить его или нет? Платить локализатору за испорченные шрифты я не хочу. Я считаю, что игра должна быть полность оригинальной.
P.S. Извините за русский, но переводчик гугла допустит намного меньше ошибок :)

260. D
August 9, 2010

An excellent idea. I just bought it for 5$, thanks a bunch. I’ve also tried to spread the good word out. Best of luck. Also, that artworks going in my avatar.

261. c
August 9, 2010

I wanted to buy for myself and for my children… 2 copies. I wanted to buy at full price. But I refuse to give you my phone number and home address. This is not necessary. I don’t like giving out personal information. I can pay with PayPal. Isn’t that enough?!

(I will not use a pirate version… I will wait until you sort out the method of purchase)

262. Max
August 9, 2010

I actually pirated Machinarium, tried it out…thought it was great, but couldn’t really afford the $20 price point. After seeing how many people pirated it…I feel bad about it now. I did however immediately purchase it when I heard about the Pirate Amnesty sale….thanks for making a great game…sorry it took me so long to support it!

[…] you are one of the shady people that downloaded Machinarium illegally, here is a chance at redemption.  Amanita is offering the game for only $5 (75% off it's normal price) until August […]

264. ElektroDragon
August 9, 2010

I bought it finally. I saw it at PAX when it was part of the PAX 10, but I was upset when it didn’t come out on XBLA or PSN, and when the price was $20. Here’s my $5, hoping you use it to put this game or your next on the consoles too!

265. ikir
August 9, 2010

Buying it now! I was thinking about buying it times ago but i get no free time. I’m going to start my vacation tomorrow and weather will not be good for the first days…. so i will have a great game t play if it is raining :-P


[…] post on the Amanita Design Blog stated late last week, “Everybody who downloaded our game illegally (for free) has now a […]

267. Scio
August 9, 2010

Why oh why would you want my phone number?! Why not my social security number, mother’s birthname and favourite colour while you’re at it…

268. Kaz
August 9, 2010

I bought the game last year when it was released and loved the story, the music and the animation… People who pirate the game, when it could be legally bought for only about €20 should be ashamed of themselves. But maybe they were in a bad financial situation and will do the right thing and pay the small fee now. I hope they do, because I want to see more games from the Amanita studio.

Also the book and movie look great. I sure hope English language versions of both will be released soon.

Keep up the great work people from Amanita.

269. Indie Refresh – Kindie Games |
August 9, 2010

[…] of mouth your game has, which can sell more titles. For example, Machinarium is having a “pirate amnesty sale,” allowing purchase of their game for $5, down from $20. Amanita Design has decided that […]

270. clouty
August 9, 2010

Doba se zmenila, linuxaci si kupujou hry misto windowsaku ;D

po strasne dlouhe dobe jsem si zase koupil software, to je teda vec! ;) Nelituju, muj zitrejsi obed proste bude stridmejsi a udelam pritelkyni radost z pocitacovy hry, ktera ji bavi ;)

juhu, diky!

271. Taint
August 9, 2010

I have a lot of respect for Amanita for releasing a game without DRM, I wish more developers would follow their example. Similarly their investment in Linux is also commendable, though 64bit or Android versions would also be welcome ;).

Not all PC gamers are pirates and as a mark of respect I have now purchased Machinarium a second time. and I look forward to many more games. I suggest adding a ‘Purchase as Gift’ option would also be worthwhile.

Independent developers deserve our support; they innovate and provide an alternative to the mediocre carp produced by the likes of EA or uber paranoid copy protection like Ubisoft.


272. The Wolfkin
August 9, 2010

wow.. not to kiss you butt or anything but I’ve skimmed maybe 5 comments and some people are kinda dicks.

I’m not sure this particular post is the appropriate venue to discuss the legitimacy or grey-area aspects of illegal or pirate copies of this or any other game.

Anyway I haven’t played any demos of this game and to be honest at the moment I don’t think my primary machine will even run this game but that didn’t stop me from picking up L4D/L4D2 during the summer steam sale, it didn’t stop me from picking up the Humble Indie Bundle, and it won’t stop me from picking this up either. I look forward to playing it when I get back to my normal computing set-up

273. Shaitan
August 9, 2010

Bought it already (yes, BOUGHT IT). Absolutely brilliant game. My wife totally dug it too.

274. Attila Szegedi
August 9, 2010

I’m with David Baumgold. I’d buy this game through Steam. Actually, it was selling few weeks ago for 7.99 EUR, and I wanted to buy it for that much, I just narrowly missed the end of the sale. I’m buying all the games I play, and buying them all on Steam. 7.99 EUR was a price tag I found accceptable for Machinarium on Steam.

275. M
August 9, 2010

I can’t purchase the game. Apparently my city is not real. I keep getting this message:

“We were unable to find the city you entered. Double check that you’ve spelled it correctly, and use the full spelling.”

276. Mik
August 9, 2010

Just wanted to say that I bought the game because of the price.

I have a huge backlog of games to play, and have been waiting on a steam sale for machinarium. This price drop (and availability on MAC + Linux) made me buy now.

277. Attila Szegedi
August 9, 2010

You know what, disregard what I just said. Since you’re selling it for $5 without DRM, it’s better deal than on Steam.

[…] at CheapAssGamer pointed out today that, for those that missed it, the point-and-click adventure Machinarium has been on sale for $5 since August 5th, and the sale last through Thursday August 12th.  The […]

[…] and by a long way off I mean will probably never happen. What is happening though, is that you can purchase Machinarium until August 12th for only $5 and warm the cockles of your heart by supporting a talented […]

280. Hagay@IL
August 10, 2010

I haven’t heard about this gem of a game before I saw an article about the piracy issues.
I would probably won’t get the time to play it, but I did purchase it. It’s remarkable and It’s wonderful to see someone who make a game which is truly a piece of art.

Cheers and well done!
-Hagay @ Israel

[…] Tal y como suena, la desarrolladora independiente de videojuegos Amanita Desing ha lanzado una interesante oferta su última creación, Machinarium, al precio de 5 dólares hasta el 12 de agosto, con la esperanza de que aquellos que piratearon y disfrutaron de su obra entonces, se animen ahora a adquirirla legalmente. […]

282. PotentialFan
August 10, 2010

So, someone from a torrent site shared a copy of your game to me, and it slept on my hard drive for a while. Then at some point I purchased the Humble Indie Bundle and I got Samorost 2 with it, which was a nice game. I then decided to try out Machinarium… you have to know that I don’t play a large part of the games I download off torrents. Or I try them out a year or two later. So you’re lucky I took notice of your game, or rather Samorost 2 was good advertising.

I’m gonna play your game and apply my usual policy: if it’s captivating enough for me to finish it (and not have a feeling of disgust at the end, I’m looking at you Borderlands), I’ll pay for it. I bought the whole S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series based on this recently. 20$ seems a bit much for an adventure game, but I may change my mind after having experienced the whole thing.

For the record I think sharing anything digital is something entirely natural and not at all reprehensible. If something is weird it’s believing a cheap digital copy of something is worth money. However I love games and I want more made, which is why you can expect some money coming your way if I enjoy your game.

[…] das Studio nun allen Spielern ohne gültige Lizenz (und auch allen anderen Interessenten) eine Amnestie an. Anstatt 20 Dollar ruft Amanita Design bis zum 12. August nur noch $5 (aktuell gerade einmal […]

284. Leander
August 10, 2010

I just bought the game, but not because I pirated it before. In fact, I already bought the Windows version through Steam. Since then, my main OS has switched from Windows to Linux, so I was waiting for an offer like this to buy the Linux version. Thanks for making a Linux version, we need more quality games like this on the OS.

[…] Enlace: Machinarium […]

286. ¡DF!
August 10, 2010

[…] Enlace: Blog oficial del juego anunciando la rebaja de precio […]

287. David
August 10, 2010

just ran accross this – and bought it because the demo was fun for 5 bucks but the dam thing is crashing every 5 minutes i run vista 64 2g mem overclocked 550be and i have the latest flash installed


288. Andreas
August 10, 2010

Hi, very nice price for this great game.

If the game also available in German ?

289. Niklas
August 10, 2010

I saw the game when it was newly released and thought about buying it as soon as i had the time to play it. but now i can’t refuse to take advantage of this great offer :D

Thank you for the great game and i hope your future games sell more from the start.

290. Reysbro
August 10, 2010

Could you please setup a @machinerium twitter account? This way our tweets will have a destination.
PS – I can do it for you, just lmk.

[…] caso es que hoy me encontré con este juego: Machinarium Pirate Amnesty y los cito: Todos aquellos que bajaron nuestro juego ilegalmente (gratis) tienen la oportunidad de […]

292. Patrick
August 10, 2010

I remember reading the review on Ars Technica last year but couldn’t afford the $20. I watched the preview and got a chance to play the demo. Kudos and great work!!! I really appreciate you putting this on sale for $5 as I can finally afford to play through in its entirety.

293. David
August 10, 2010

Well, I ‘ve never wasted $5 like this in a long time. I want a refund now …..

294. Richard
August 10, 2010

Machinarium is one of the best games I have played in a long time. I purchased it when it first came out, and think it is awesome that there is a deal going on. Gamers should take advantage of this charming title and support the guys/girls who created it.

[…] Machinarium (PC/Mac) $5 from (ends 8/12) […]

296. s1lenz
August 10, 2010

Didn’t pirate the game but paid $5 for the pirate amnesty song alone! That is a sick sick track I just wish it was longer

[…] Source: […]

298. David
August 11, 2010

I have been meaning to purchase this wonderful game since I played the demo.

I now feel guilty for not buying it at full price, this game is worth far more.

Thankyou, the gaming world needs more developers like you.

299. David
August 11, 2010

Id like to clarify I feel guilty I got such a great game for a meer $5 :).

300. Would like to buy
August 11, 2010

Never heard of the game but I buy everything that is DRM free to support the effort. In this case, my personal information should not be required for me to purchase this game. Since I don’t pirate games I will probably never get to play it so . . .

301. Simon
August 11, 2010

I will admit that I obtained the game from a friend via illegal means, so even though I never got around to playing the illegal version, I guess I’m one of the few who this sale was intend. Although, I am a strong believer in trying before you buy.

302. Would like to buy
August 11, 2010

Tried the demo, fun game . . . tried to buy with just my email . . . all personal data is required to purchase the game. Deal breaker for me. It’s a one time $5 game purchase???
Maybe someday when you just want to sell the game, it’s well worth $5 but not worth giving you my personal data to sell.

303. Anonymous
August 11, 2010

While it looks like an amazingly cool adventure game, I will have to pass. I refuse to give you all my personal data just to buy a game.
Change it and I’ll buy it (even for the full price).

304. Thammi
August 11, 2010

I was just trying to buy the game but I will NOT give you all the personal data you require (postal address and even phone number).
Why do you collect this information anyway?

To make this clear: You are losing sales by collecting unnecessary private data.

PS: I actually didn’t know the game before this stumbling over this sale, great way of advertising

305. Krzak
August 11, 2010

I encourage everyone in Poland to buy the retail version of this wonderful game in beutiful box, which also include cool poster and – of course – soundtrack in various formats (on game cd).


If I had cash on PayPal account, I’d buy this digital-only version for $5 too, it’s a silly amount, and the work that Amanita done is worth so much more! :)

Peace, people and Amanita! I’m waiting for another great games!

[…] It’s no surprise that Amanita Design’s phenomenal (and peerless) adventure game, Machinarium, has been pirated. Despite the fact that a hard copy is only $20 and includes the game, soundtrack and a special bonus EP, and the other fact that it’s made by a small group of people (an independent developer, if you will) as opposed to a massive, soulless corporation, people still stole it. Rather than get mad (although I’m sure they did anyway), Amanita Design is actually giving these human brown-eyes a chance to make amends in the form of a special 75% Off sale. […]

307. John ThroatWarblerPtangPtang
August 11, 2010

Thankyou for a wonderful game, and for the amnesty.

308. VV
August 11, 2010

Many thanks you, guys, for this awesome game! Hope my $5 will help you made another fantastic quests in future. thanks again and wait for a new games!

309. Roger
August 11, 2010

I didn’t like entering all my personal information, but I have nothing to hide. I also did not pirate the game, I thought about buying it off steam but held off. Thankfully I did – it looks like a great game. I’m sorry there are not enough descent people out there. I’ll admit that I was at fault with that kind of behavior in the past, but really it is stealing and I couldn’t have that on my conscience, not that it makes me a good person. I believe these developers deserve their pay for the hard work and passion they devoted to creation of this game and future ones like it. They need to feed their families too you know!!!

310. ultra
August 11, 2010

Just lie about the personal information, I certainly did. There’s no reason they need it and they still get the money so they shouldn’t care. Only thing that counts is the email address and payment info really. Anyways, great sale guys, this really convinced me to buy it, we totally need more developers like this :)

311. Andrew H
August 11, 2010

I pirated the game and liked it a lot. Not $19.99 alot but definately $5.00 a lot. Purchased!

312. Mike
August 11, 2010

I have to admit that I was one of the people who pirated this, both because I wasn’t aware of the demo at the time and because I just didn’t have that kind of money to spend on a game even though I thought it looked awesome. After I downloaded it, I was going to buy it legit when I got the money, but now because of this sale, I have already done so! And it will be great to have the soundtrack to go with it. I am glad that Amanita understands that not all pirates are bad people and I am happy to support them because of this and because of the hard work they put into this game. If a Machinarium 2 is ever made, I will buy it on the very first day it comes out. They have won a lifelong customer with me. *adjusts pirate hat* Arrr, matey!

313. Grant
August 12, 2010

I downloaded the game illegally at first but loved it so much i shelled out the full whack of $20 which to me is quite measly (small) in comparison to some other games out there. Mind you, it didn’t take me that long to finish but I wanted to ensure that you guys produce more games like this. Brilliant work.

314. Silviu
August 12, 2010

Greetings from Romania! This is maybe the best game that I’ve played in a while so I really wanted to buy the game because first I’ve downloaded from torrents and today I saw your 5$ offer so I never thought twice in buying it.

But I have a small problem : I still haven’t received any e-mail confirmation with the download links from Amanita, or with my order. The order was placed on PayPal and I on;y have the PayPal confirmation. My e-mail address was correct.

Thank you all for a very nice game and I’m waiting for Machinaium 2. Cheers!

315. Silviu
August 12, 2010

Received the links now. :) Ty for nice offer!

316. Deco
August 12, 2010

If anyone is worried about putting in their contact details, why not just put in a fake phone num and address. Worked fine for me. Glad to support these guys after having a lot of fun with the game.

[…] Machinarium (PC/Mac) $5 from (ends 8/12) […]

318. Dennis
August 12, 2010

Just bought this wonderful game, it’s worth every penny. It has something most games are lacking nowadays, a soul.

I love it.

319. Jackinson McGiverpants
August 12, 2010

i need that whistle

320. Kenrik
August 12, 2010

I did not pirate it, and I would like to buy it.. but only through steam.

Please have this sale on Steam and then we will talk. $$$

321. Otis
August 13, 2010

For those of you complaining about giving your information, just put in fake information! It’s more important that you buy the game and support these people. I’m in the worst financial situation I’ve ever been in and am very grateful that there’s this price break, because I do really want to support the makers, even if it’s just $5.

322. Bitterman
August 13, 2010

hi i just read the story : Machinarium frälser piratkopierare = translation mach saves/salvates/ pirates. Read there report on the matter and thought i give the cause a go, n try the game. havent heard of it nor played it in any form legal or other. cheers Bitter man.

323. Juan Fernigrini
August 13, 2010

Muy buen juego, corto, pero bueno, espero que con mis u$d 5 puedan seguir creando estos contenidos maravillosos, espero haber ayudado, felicitaciones

324. Gabriele
August 14, 2010

I’ve buy a copy of Machinarium right now, this is my contribution for you, thanx a lot from Italy!!

325. Anonymous
August 15, 2010

Was really excited to try this game while supporting the devs, but I agree with the other posters here. I’m not comfortable with giving all that personal information for a one-time digital purchase!

326. Deko Web
August 15, 2010

thank you for sharing.. nice post

327. Sly
August 15, 2010

I really don’t want to spend 20$ even on the independent games. Don’t get me wrong, I think the independents out there are the best games and I really like to support them…

—BUT unless the game gives me a huge bang for the buck (you can now buy the original Half-life for 20$ with the new source engine for example) then I don’t want to shell out THAT much money with so much free gaming on the web.

I am VERY pleased with the game and VERY pleased with the price. I WANT to see folks like amanita succeed and I want the money to go direct to them…. so there you go. Here is my 5$.

Lets just hope you don’t have nefarious designs on my personal data. I do think that is a big mistake unless you are sending me a copy of the disk.

328. Ian E
August 15, 2010

Hope you guys get a few more Dollars outa this cos Machinarium is well worth it – any excuse to steal your game is just that an “EXCUSE” – “OH! look I see a BMW on the corner there – think I’ll take it for a test drive for few days/weeks/months/years the owner won’t mind” :)

329. Charlie
August 16, 2010

Damn, I’m a few days late! Any chance you can make an exception for me? I pirated the game years ago and loved it. I would love to contribute something to say thanks.

This promotion was a brilliant idea, btw!

330. Charlie
August 16, 2010

I sent $5 anyway and the download links appeared. Score!

331. Aris
August 16, 2010


I just bought the game, but whenever I try to install it, an ‘NSIS error’ comes up. Anyone have any advice on how to fix this?


[…] promotion is a very tongue-in-cheek stab at the game’s calculated piracy rate: 85-95 percent, according to internal Amanita estimates. The pirate amnesty sale was actually […]

[…] recent news that Machinarium held an amnesty for pirates puts the spotlight on this […]

[…] – Machinarium Pirate Amnesty (ended on August 12th, […]

335. John Doe
August 18, 2010

Is it possible to prolongue the amnesty offer? I think that there are a lot of poor souls that heard about it too late ;)

336. Griff
August 19, 2010

I only heard about this yesterday. I would pay $5 for this, but no more. Bring back the amnesty! :D

337. somedudemn
August 19, 2010

I saw this game a while back, then ran across the amnesty sale. Amazing deal for $5. My favorite game since the original Myst. So sorry to see without the anti-piracy folks are stealing a real work of art. Kudos to the design and development team. I love this game. My 11-year old daughter and even 8 year-old son are playing it (I printed the book hints and only give them 2 pages a day to make them work for it and draw it out a bit) I love the light-bulb and book hints – all inclusive, no need to scan the web. I’m kind of the old-fashioned, pinball (versus shoot-em-up) and I much prefer the adventure without shooting. This is now my all time favorite game.

338. cjlp
August 19, 2010

i can’t believe how many people actually pirated this game. I really hope these people haven’t jepordised the future of Amanita, as i rank this as one of the most beautiful games i’ve played and i want more. If you don’t wanna pay full price, wait, you can be sure it will be reduced at some point.

339. ray
August 20, 2010

I have bought the DVD collectors version but can NOT find how to install it on an apple computer. It says it is compatible but there is only an “EXE” file????


Ray Palfreyman

340. ray
August 20, 2010

Cant get the DVD collectors version to load on a mac….no install files????

341. Rodolfo
August 20, 2010

This is shit, i didn’t get to buy it on time! Now its $20 :(. Just a few more days please

342. johnm
August 24, 2010

will buy too for 5$, but too late
please gimme a chance not to be a pirate :-)
and i still waiting for ipad version
we make then fifty-fitfy for my idea :-o

343. ErstO
August 26, 2010

I am so sorry to here about so many pirated the game, I bought it shortly after coming out and do not regret the purchase.

Thank you

344. GotScrewed
August 28, 2010

A 75% sale for pirates is how you reward your loyal and honest customers who paid full price?

I will never buy a product from you again and I will advise every gamer I meet to avoid your software as well.

345. lolwut
August 28, 2010

GotScrewed, you bought a game at a price you were happy with. Almost a year after release they dropped the price temporarily. What do you have to complain about? Dick.

346. V
August 29, 2010

I love this game. Having played and bought Samorost, I jumped at the chance to give you money again. If the choice is between going out to a movie (which I never do anymore – total ripoff) or buying a game which would provide me and my husband hours and hours of entertainment (bundled with music that I’ve listened to ad nauseam) I know where to find value for my money.

I hope lots of people bought the game after the Pirate Amnesty sale and you make more! Bless you for your hard work. I know what it’s like to hold down a soulless day job to keep body and soul together so one can work on a labor of love.

347. chua
August 31, 2010

Liked the demo, didn’t like the price(not a judgement about your work, I haven’t played your game, but money scale may not be as universal as you think) and the personnal data asking, waited for a drop of the price and know just found out I missed the 5$ offer…
If 95% actually played your game and chose to not pay for it, isn’t there a huge pricing mistake? As independants you have the opportunity to be innovative in your marketing policy, leave to users the choice of the price (with a minimum of 5$ if you like so).
This pirate amnesty looks like a good advertisement operation, but lacks in ambition.
It looks like you put a lot of love in your work, don’t limit it. Cheers.

348. محسن
September 2, 2010

من می خواهم ماشیناریوم 2 رو دانلود کنم جه جوری باید دانلود کنم

349. chmihu
September 6, 2010

Én elsők közt voltam hogy megvettem, Megérte !

Ajánlom mindenkinek !

Ez nem pénz érte.

350. Hadlock
September 11, 2010

I saw “Pirate Amnesty” and the graphic and thought you had announced a sequel to Machinarium about pirate machines! I was a little dissapointed. Waiting for Machinarium to finish downloading from steam… loved the demo, bought the full game. Thanks!

351. Bolgawol
September 12, 2010

Bought it full price in store – no regrets. Anyone wanting to spend $5 instead of $20 is a cheapskate. Get over yourselves. if all games were this open about piracy and DRM the world would be a better place. Support the reasonable devs here – at least they aren’t using DRM from Spore or Settlers 7. Count yourselves lucky there are some good dev cos left that offer great games for $20. Support them now, so they don’t die out!!!!!! Otherwise all that will be left will be settlers 7 type DRM. you can either volunteer $20 or be forced to pay $100 – your choice.

352. Maou
September 13, 2010

Hello! I from Russia! I very much liked games Samorost and especially Machinarium! :) Tell, when you plan to sell game Machinarium Pirate Amnesty in Russian language in Russia? Very much it would be desirable to learn! I will necessarily buy!! Thanks you big for these magnificent games!!

353. Wen Norway
September 13, 2010

Thank you for this great game that I bought half a year ago – I am getting really good at it – can do the whole game in well under two hours – is there an unofficial record of how fast it can be done? I hope Amanita will develop a continuation of the story – you cant let it end like this!!! Hoping, waiting – Wen.

354. Matt
September 18, 2010

I never buy games, but I was hooked by the Machinarium demo. Even then, I probably wouldn’t have bought the game, but for $5 including the soundtrack, I couldn’t resist. I completed the game some time ago, but still enjoy the soundtrack every now and then. I rank the music very highly, up there with the original Myst.

355. Lucas PL
September 18, 2010

Bought the game for full price and I would buy it again, it was that good. I seriously hope you will make more, it was the best adventure for me in years!

356. Jenna Fox
September 24, 2010

Aw damnit!

I didn’t see this come through, and now it’s over.

Oh well. As I said in an earlier email, if you still want my five bucks, poke me. You know my email address. Happy to donate to the cause – love the game. :)

357. Bhushan more
September 29, 2010

i really like machinarium first i was not getiing machinarium full free from internet my friend rumesh and me set for 6 hrs to get machinarium……..i live in mahad (india) i am from village side >>>>>>>>>>>>thanks for making this wonderful game for us

358. Nicolai
October 4, 2010

I am really sorry to hear that only 5-15% paid for your wonderful work. The sad thing is that these pirates beat down the indie developers especially hard, because it is afterall you guys that have the freedom to be artistic and the results are incredible. I have seen way to many modern warefare copies already, aparrently because this formula sells. It is so nice to see and try something new and experimental for once! 20 bucks well spent!

– Nicolai

359. Roy
October 4, 2010

Bought it full price about a year ago :) Terrific game, it’s a must have.

360. Toomas
October 8, 2010

I also paid full price for it last winter. Is there a new version available?

361. Skafsgaard
October 12, 2010

I’ve got to say, I really, really love Machinarium – and this Pirate Amnesty I love as well!
I’m usually a pretty carefree pirate, but I have always felt bad about pirating your game, because it is so extraordinarily good, as well as being an Indie game.
So, while I’m sad I missed the Amnesty, I’m also glad I did. Because now I get to pay the full price for this awesome game. It deserves to be paid in full. :)
Keep it up Amanita – I really, really hope you’ll be able to spit out a sequel soon!

362. STEVE
October 28, 2010

I am so sorry for not paying for the game before and I just downloaded it from Internet. But I will pay for it now. I am in China and I even do not know that this wonderful game should be paid because, you konw, you do not mention it in game which is pretty lovely but also hard for most of the company.
I am looking forwards to your further articles. and it is my pleasure to enjoy your game. You really did a fantastic job for us. Thank you very much for your work. You can send me a email for your further product or some other things you like. If you can give me a chance, I want to provide my idea about games.

363. InfectReality
November 7, 2010

I bought two copies – I will admit I got it off a newsgroup. After I started to play it, I was awestruck that a game like this existed. I love the steampunkish setting and ambiance. I looked up the devs website and saw the $5 bucks thing with the OST! I bought two because I feel one for the game and other for the Soundtrack. Which I think is a steal. The soundtrack itself is better then the crap you hear on the radio. I will recommend this for ages to come.

364. amir
November 10, 2010


365. Texas Scot
November 15, 2010

Love love love love this game. Worth every penny of the full price I paid. It’s not much. And the free soundtrack…. Sooooo good. I wish there were more games like this!

366. Max
November 16, 2010

Paid full price for a combo pack way back when. Such a beautiful game, showed it to my brother, who played and then bought a copy too! Really hope you will make another, we need more games like this!

367. Street Hound
November 18, 2010

OH MAN! I love the game design, the artistic direction, and the soundtrack! I’m a game developer and would be so proud to say that I made this game. One day I want to be able to build a world so fun and challenging.
You guys rawk! OH, and yes I paid full price and am proud to say so. I think your business strategy is just what the world needs… but it is a bit crazy when you cut the price by a quarter. You can’t buy a music CD for that price AND you’re including the soundtrack. You are crazy people.
Where is the sequel? What are you doing next?

368. Deathlokkill
November 25, 2010

I bought your game at the store, full price. I didn’t expect it to be so amazing! You guys make great work! Great job! :D

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370. Azza
November 29, 2010

I brought this game for full price, but it was worth 10 times that!! Seriously this game will have you hooked and wanting more. It’s a shame more games arent like this, and it/s obvious a lot of effort went into this. Thankyou devs for this beautiful and extremely fun game!
(especially those who are sick of cheap boring games where the only thing they worry about is loading it with buckets of gore, those games are LAME)

371. Bram
December 9, 2010

Awesome game, I downloaded a pirated version, then bought it full price on steam for support’s sake. Do this all the time tbh, have a look first, when it stands out, pay FP.Bless you for making a great game, sequels planned?

372. Adel
December 10, 2010

Hi I have download Machinarium for free (illegal) sorry for this but i loved the game and i want to buy machinarium pirate amnesty where can find it please ?

373. Bily
December 15, 2010

I got this game for 20 cents by going to buy the Humble Indie Bundle!

374. Ahmed
December 16, 2010

How & Where can I buy it from Egypt?
I already have it illegally, but I’d like to buy it as an appreciation for the makers of this game for the loads of awesome Arts & music.
Is there any easier way than buying it over the Internet? I mean direct way from a shop or something.

375. bloodnok
December 16, 2010

please port this game to the iphone. i’ve already got a licenced copy but will buy it again to play on my ios device.

376. Pete
December 16, 2010

Please tell me Amanita are going to make a new Machinarium game PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE. The pirate artwork exudes real talent just like Tomas’ music. Much appreciation from England : )

December 22, 2010


378. Dr. Jones Jr.
January 8, 2011

As mentioned by many others here, it’s not so easy to buy these sorts of indie games when one lives in a developing country (such as China, India, Egypt, etc.). Thoughts on what the best way to purchase–and thus support this wonderful product–would be for those of us who live in such countries/regions? I’ve never bothered to figure out what Steam is all about; I’m not even sure it’d even be possible to use with my current banking setup from here in China. Let me know if you have any thoughts. Otherwise I’ll have to wait another year when I’m back in the States before giving my monetary support to your much-appreciated creative endeavors.

379. AL (Swe)
January 13, 2011

Funny pic =)

380. LInh
January 17, 2011

I am sorry I also pirated it, but I showed it to my boyfriend who bought it. He also told me I was bad for pirating it. I am sorry Amanita.

381. John B. Pegsworth
February 2, 2011

I love that pic! Creepy yet piratey.

382. refurbished computers
February 3, 2011

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383. May
February 5, 2011

Ah,I’m sorry.

384. 我是中国人
February 17, 2011


385. 我是中国人
February 17, 2011

看到的+Q 851200617

386. Alex
February 18, 2011

Stunning picture
Amazing soundtrack
The imagination of God as

387. AndyGrey
February 26, 2011

Sorry guys but I’m so poor at the moment T_T a book I can borrow at a library but this amazing piece of art I couldn’t ever get in a short time…

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390. WiZkiD
March 28, 2011

Its a shame, Machinarium is a masterpiece, even 20 dollars is a ridiculous expense for a game so amazing.

391. TuKui
March 29, 2011

So expensive ah, did not mistake it, where you are, ah, make friends, and I was Chinese, would increase QQ, QQ 965962879

392. TuKui
March 29, 2011

I am 17 years old, learning English is very difficult, to a friend teach me English, I like to play games, but not very skilled.

393. Tim
April 2, 2011

hey, it’s just 5$..
and i think the is great
you have to buy this game

394. Lindsay Kay
April 11, 2011

I paid for this game because I want any developers/artists with this kind of energy to do well

395. china
April 12, 2011

wo kao 能下载不?

396. tillidi
April 18, 2011

keep up the good work guys, this is one great creative game !

397. Chris
April 18, 2011

Sadly my daughter (4) believes you guys are working on a Machinarium Pirates game because of the great poster. I really would love to see another game with the same robots. So inventive.

398. 毛豆豆
May 13, 2011

非常喜欢你们制作的游戏,可我们的国家买不到正版 Orz

399. Anonymous
May 24, 2011

Sorry to ask? After the game? How to pay I am the Chinese mainland.

400. Anonymous
June 12, 2011

So much appreciation for the maker ! This fantastic game really brought me a lot of joy! I’m just expecting u guys’ next gorgeous work ! XDDDDDDD…..

401. 郭涛
June 16, 2011


402. 郭涛
June 16, 2011

I’m From CHINA ,it‘s very interesting but———————————————-your!~

403. Diana Collins
July 2, 2011

can I still get the game for $5 ?? my cart says $20 .

404. 哎~
July 22, 2011


405. 哎~
July 22, 2011

When can I buy genuine in China!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

406. Franz
July 25, 2011

Scott is an idiot! Thanks for the game and especially this sale!

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July 29, 2011


413. Craig
August 4, 2011

I feel so sorry for you guys at Amanita that you had to resort to this, you deserve WAY better sales for your games, you are one of my favourite game devs of all time :)
I hope everyone pays for your future games as I certainly will, and I’m looking forward to the upcoming releases!

414. Lino
August 4, 2011

I wish you could offer a cd with all your incredible games, I would buy all if I could buy paying it after receiving, I think your work must be more awarded, sorry for my english, an congratulations for your work.

415. Filipe Silva
August 13, 2011

Whopsy… One day too late… :/

416. Filipe Silva
August 13, 2011

…one day and a year too late. ;-)

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418. China player 子轩
August 19, 2011

什么时候能向中国发售啊 中国玩家顶起来

419. China player 子轩
August 19, 2011


420. Kostis......uNnam
September 11, 2011

I downloaded this game pirate….But can you please tell me a story about your company? I mean how many guys work on there…Are you cool each other or you are like a big company that you have to work from 8-14 etc..? I mean I really liked this game..I am young I can not pay you…..I asked my father if he can pay to support you..But he does not agree..He is not safe in publishing his credit card..Be sure when I will get a credit card I will support you ;)….Please tell me now how your company works

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422. rick gomez
November 3, 2011

I bought the game legally and the picture about the pirates brought me here, I love the game so much that when I saw the picture, I thought it was like a second part of the game. I was ready to buy it too.

423. 这是哪里?
January 27, 2012


424. 龙猫
February 2, 2012

快快在中国上市啊啊 啊

425. 龙猫
February 2, 2012


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March 3, 2012

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427. abbas
March 25, 2012

Machinarium is my favourite game ever !
I love the aesthetics of amanita design.
but unfortunately, I don’t have any method of payment and I live in Pakistan.
I will pay double once I get the $$ !

for now, I can offer my dreamy music for free ! just put 0 in the donate field.

428. Shamsheer Ali
May 2, 2012

Happy to buy it for $5 but.. the page says: Machinarium $9.97 AUD
This is false advertising…

429. Gian Luca Bazzacco
May 4, 2012

Ok,so… why it’s 10$?

430. Gian Luca Bazzacco
May 4, 2012

Oh, ok… i’ve read the year…

431. Gian Luca Bazzacco
May 4, 2012

OMFG! On the Mac App Store it’s for 7,99! F***ing pirates!

432. Ana Rocha
July 14, 2012

I’m very sad with this piracy quantity… It make me very desapointed. I paid for the game and I can say I haven’t seen so much beauty and originality in a game for a long time, and for me it’s one of the most wonderful games aver made. It was totaly worth paing 20.

433. periklis
August 6, 2012


I’ve only played the demo and considering buying the game. The link for the purchase offer above redirects me to the basket, charging me 8,34 Euros ($10) for my country (Greece). Is this a mistake/glitch or the $5 offer has been revoked?

Thank you.

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January 18, 2013

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439. Sasha
July 25, 2013

My boy has run to me yelling ‘A new Machinarium game!! About pirates!!! Let’s buy it NOW!!’
He was a bit disappointed. Sales are not for true fans :)
We bought Machinarim, Botanicula, some of Tomas Dvorak’s music… when can we pay you more for a new game? The picture above is such a teaser! Please, any news about Machinarium 2?

and of course, tons of thanks for all the great stuff you do.

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July 29, 2013

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442. jkii liu
August 9, 2013

In China there are a lot of people like the game, looking forward to the second part!

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