By: Mango Protocol
This will be a complete step-by-step walkthrough for the point-and-click adventure game MechaNika by Mango Protocol. It’s a work in progress, so please bear with me. Feel free to ask for help in the comments section.
Note: I’m not sure I’ll be completing the step-by-step walkthrough. So if you get stuck, just ask in the comments section and I’ll help out.
1. Go through the tutorial. Then pick up the incomplete exam paper and hand it to the teacher so she’ll let you leave the room. You can also talk to “Pirate Girl” if you’d like and learn some things about her.
2. Open the door and head out to the playground. Talk to Agatha to learn about the pig god of carnivorism.
3. Talk to the girl by the stereo and learn a bit about their dance troupe, Mongo Tropocol.
4. Head left and talk to the kid that’s dressed “smart” and the two girls learning about quantum physics.
5. Talk to Marcus the dealer and trade you Tupperware of vegetable mash for his spray cans. If you talk to him again, you can learn a bit about his odd metabolism.
6. If you try to leave he school through the electric fence, you’ll get fried (and get a GameCenter achievement).
7. Head right, through the door to the bathroom. Grab the last piece of paper towel.
8. If you open the right door, you’ll get an achievement for interrupting a girl on the toilet. The middle door is just a regular toilet. The left door has a dirty toilet. Flush it to get another achievement. You can also dissolve the paper towel in the toilet, but I’m not sure why.
9. Use the spray paint on the right door to make some graffiti.
10. Leave the bathroom. Your teacher catches you and you get expelled for a week!
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What? This is all? Your walkthrough? The first part? The first 5 minutes of the game? How about the rest? How can you post such a shitty thing? I now regret clicking on the link that brought me to your site! I hope you rot in fucking hell!
I’m sorry to have wasted two seconds of your time clicking on my link. I had every intention of finishing this FREE walkthrough, but no one was looking for it so it would have been a waste of my time. I chose to focus on writing something people actually wanted. If you’d like to donate to my Patreon account at the $20 level (which lets you recommend a walkthrough), I will start working on the rest of the walkthrough once your first monthly payment goes through (at the end of this month): http://Patreon.com/appunwrapper
@ Appunwrapper: Nice reply, but guys like this expect to get everything on the Internet handed on a silver platter. That’s what growing up with the free Internet obviously does to some people – They’ve obviously forgotten that people on the web have to earn a living too (or his parents weren’t around much to teach him some manners … Who knows for sure). Would be a surprise if someone like that ever spent a dime as appreciation for any (good) service.
Aside from that, picked up the game thanks to your recommended list – It’s rather on the short side and most puzzles are pretty straightforward. Some (mostly optional) puzzles are really nice though (Two pilot robot, Fibonacci, Ninja Turtles …) as one (most of us at least) also have to do a little research for getting the correct answer(s). The (black) humor’s really cool too, who’d expect conversations about boobs, humping goats or “carnivorism” 😉 in a cartoonish game like this with – on top of that – a 7 year old protagonist 🙂 Thankfully the developers didn’t overdo this and the few times they integrated lines like that were nice “wtf laughing out loud” moments
Anyway, thanks for the tip. That’s the fourth and definitely not the last game I’ve bought mentioned on your list and I liked them all so far (the other three being the two Enigmon games and Bertram Fiddle). It’s hard to find good games without iap crap and unfortunately most sites like toucharcade or pocketgamer all mostly cover the same AAA crap.
Two thirds is f2p anyway and 90 % of the premium games covered there are either your usual RPG, strategy, shooter or another run-of-the-mill puzzle game. (PnC) Adventures (besides the big names like Grim Fandango Remastered) are usually very underrepresented and I doubt I’d have ever heard of a game like Mechanika if it wasn’t for your site’s recommended section. Thanks for keeping up the good work.
P. S.: Should I ever play through the game again I might complete the walkthrough for your site. (I strongly suspect that I missed an achievement with the turtle near the end but, alas, couldn’t get back to the scrap yard thanks to autosave – So I might give it another try one of these days. After all it’s not that the game’s that long). I’ll let you know.
Thanks for the support and glad to hear you’re finding some good games here. 🙂
Yeah, that game’s a hard one to categorize, too. Definitely not for kids, but parents may not realize that if they don’t play it themselves first. Fun and quirky, though. 🙂
I agree — the store is overrun by F2P. That’s why I try to find and bring attention to the good stuff that may go unnoticed. 🙂
Heyy, no idea if you’ll even read this comment since I’m almost a year late. I can’t find any walkthroughs of this game, and I answered the quiz for the sound/video system wrong! I feel like I’ve tried everything but I can’t figure out how to get this “screen” now, and I’m completely stuck. Hope you can help, if not, it was worth a try.
Hi, it’s been a while since I played. Can you refresh my memory with more details?
Hi, I don’t know if I’m too late, but I’ve gotten a small portable TV from that rude guy with a lot of butthair. Just keep annoying him undtil he gives up.
Hi, I don’t know if I’m too late, but I’ve gotten a small portable TV from that rude guy with a lot of butthair. Just keep talking to him and annoying him until he gives up.
Wow, what horrible human crybaby. And obviously not very bright – The game really isn’t very hard: You can’t combine anything in your inventory, you never have more than 10 objects in there (usually much less), the puzzles are logical, never require more than one or max two steps and there aren’t too many usable things in the environment.
Pity that you can’t solve something like this yourself but don’t insult other people because they don’t have the time to hold your hand every step of the way (for free).
How do you put on the granny dress and use the senior bus pass?