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Aug 3, 2006 | 5:17 AM EDT
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A sequel to the world's famous point'n'click Submachine game, that grabbed minds of millions of people. I received a huge feedback from all around the world, most of demands stated to make the second game bigger with harder puzzles. So here it is, while the first game had 20 rooms, this one has a total of 98 unique rooms, and the puzzles are a lot tougher, but that's just my subjective opinion, since I can't really tell if they are or not. Important notice: this game has NO dead ends, you cannot get to the point of no return, where the only option is to reset the game. No such thing in The Lighthouse. Hope you'll enjoy this game as much as I enjoyed making it, and sure enough, submachine3 is under construction as we speak, so expect more. Flash Plugin 8 required to play this game.



Rated 5 / 5 stars March 30, 2010


Loved the game but the part with that got me was the e=mc2 portion kinda to hard so gave it a 9 in stars but a 5 in vote.


Rated 5 / 5 stars February 23, 2010

i love your games...

except the loop
thanks to that game i have to changue my computer(the other one is... well...
i have 20/20 secrets
mateuz(or someone)
what are the secrets for???????
on submachine 4 and 5 you are able to use them
but not here,right
waiting answer


Rated 5 / 5 stars October 16, 2009


WOW i love the submachine series!!!!!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars September 17, 2009

if only it could go higher than 10^ ^

You, my friend, are amaizing! I love escape games, and some have been bad for a while, well, when i first started with escape games, there werent alot, but then submachine came along, and totaly revamped my taste for escape games! i think ive played each of the submachines 20 times through...still good, no matter what! So, is there going to be a new one coming out?


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 29, 2009


The code for the green glowing machine is REALLY hard to find. It is on the lighthouse picture on the wall, you can zoom in on, like, 2 pixels. That will give you the code.
Or do like me and systematically cycle through all possible combinations. Took me 900 or so tries.

Rating would have been higher if the game was a little more intuitive. I absolutely had to use a walkthrough, that shouldn't be happening. Lot of things I wasn't able finding on my own. The gem in the machine at the beginning, I couldn't figure it out. The green glowing device, the code is hidden way too deep. I couldn't find the puzzle inside the sewage maze on my own. The machine with the c-number looked like it needed operated. It had switches, if there's a switch I can't touch, make it a bit more obvious. I found no clue whatsoever I was to combine the m and c codes. Sure, e=mc2, I wouldn't ever associate that with the game. A little hint would've been useful.
On the plus side, no dead ends. Mystery. Quite good graphics. Fairly smooth gameplay, although the action areas sometimes could be bigger. Whenever only one stairway is going up, I'd have the whole top of the screen clickable to go up, not just the tiny bit over the stairs themselves.

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