2 April 2009
iSubmachine (or iSub) 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.
The previous game already having been finished, 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.  $1.99 (or €1,77 or £1.28), but then lowered the price to $0.99 (or €0,88 or £0.64). 
|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 • Submachine Universe • The Engine • The Explorers|
|Other games||iSubmachine • Sketch of Submachine 2 • Card Game|