(How i found to Submachine:
It was near the end of 2012, I was a bored kid and wanted to play a game that is set on mars (who knows why). So, I typed something like "Mission to Mars" and found Matuesz's Platformer game with this name. I right-clicked on it by accident so that the game information showed up, along with Subgod's name. Led by some instinct, I wanted to find out more about his games and ended up on his website, where the then-new Sub8 got advertised a lot. Wanting to see what the fuzz is about, I played it and when I reached the first layer puzzle -where you have to rotate this wheel- I thought it was very incredibly clever. Because i didn't understand anything about the setting and the people in the comments were talking about "Murtaugh" and "Elizabeth" and Einstein, I decided to stop and play the first installment. The atmosphere almost drove me to tears and it was an incredible experience I thought I would never forget.
Annnd then, I forgot about it (probably just had something else on my mind). But approximately six months later, I suddenly thought about going on with that special game series I found some time ago. Sub2 knocked my socks off so much that I, finally, got entirely intrigued.)
- At the end of Sub2, I was totally stuck because of that e=mc^2 puzzle. After some time of exploring the lighthouse and trying different codes, I decided to get a hint- and while the walkthrough page was still loading, the link between Einstein and the two letters suddenly seemed so clear to me. Such a great feeling.
- It took me a quarter of an hour to understand that you can put the coordinates into the lab's portal.
- I found the serene mood of Sub7's winter palace very confusing when I first experienced it.