Submitted by rpcdrag0n 1144d ago | review

Puddle Review - The Digital Fix

As random as it sounds, liquid has always been a fascination of mine. From very early on I can remember poking the surface of water, marvelling at the transition zone between dry and wet, appreciating that particular beauty that the surface tension of water can provide. As a substance it’s really quite fantastic and wholly underappreciated by much of the world, including the gaming fraternity. For every Bioshock there’s a Hydrophobia, but we’ve never really had the liquid itself be the star of the show. Step forward Puddle, Neko Entertainment’s puzzle game that made its debut on the PSN and XBLA earlier this year. Now available for download to the Vita the game takes on a whole new lease of life on Sony’s handheld, making good use of the various control options the device offers. (PS Vita, Puddle) 6/10

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
New stories

Platform Game Gopogo Now Available On The App Store

35m ago - TTP: Nitrome is a team that needs no introduction, as it has released some of the more popular iO... | iPhone

Platform Game Super Powerboy Beta Test Announced, Sign-Ups Open

35m ago - TTP: Super Powerboy is a new platform game that has been recently announced for iOS devices, a ga... | iPhone

Win the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 Boxset!!

Now - Join us on FIlmwatch to find out how you could win the much anticipated Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 2 Boxset on Blu-ray. | Promoted post

The Battle Cats New Character Revealed, Survive! Mola Mola! Collaboration Event Confirmed And More

35m ago - TTP: The Battle Cats, the unique strategy game developed by Japanese team PONOS, has received ple... | iPhone

Another Top 10 Weirdest Video Games

35m ago - Some games are unique and innovative, while others are just flat out bizarre. | Culture

Dragon Ball Xenoverse PC Season Pass Now Available With A 75% Off

38m ago - GS: Dragon Ball Xenoverse, one of this year’s games based on the popular Dragon Ball series now a... | PC
Related content from friends