iSubmachine is a version of Submachine 1: The Basement released by Mateusz Skutnik for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It has since been removed from the App Store; only people who originally had it are now able to play it.
$1.99 (or €1,77 or £1.28), but then lowered the price to $0.99 (or €0,88 or £0.64).
This version of the game contains four extra rooms housing an extra puzzle to access the valve instead of just finding it on the ground. The puzzle involves turning on a power switch (closely resembling a power source in Sub4's basement) that then activates a screen giving the player two symbols. The symbols can be put into a machine toward the bottom of the map to access the valve.
Gameplay is used by touching where a player would normally click. This ultimately made gameplay more difficult to those who hadn't played the original because there would be no hint of a cursor change when over an interactive area.
Mateusz Skutnik has vowed on multiple occasions not to bring the rest of the Submachine series to the mobile market.
|Main series||1: The Basement • 2: The Lighthouse • 3: The Loop • 4: The Lab • 5: The Root |
6: The Edge • 7: The Core • 8: The Plan • 9: The Temple • 10: The Exit
|Side series||Ancient Adventure • Future Loop Foundation • FLF • 32 Chambers • The Engine • The Explorers|
|Other games||iSubmachine • Sketch of Submachine 2|