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Submitted by robparko 763d ago | review

Fluidity Review | Mini Fortress

Mini Fortress writes: "Fluidity came to the WiiWare service on December 6, 2010. It’s a 2D game that puts you in control of water to solve puzzles. Developed by Curve Studios and published by Nintendo, Fluidity was well received by gamers and critics alike. I was intrigued because of the positive reaction and decided to download the demo. After spending some time with the demo, I wasn’t impressed and didn’t understand why the game was receiving such high praise. When it became available as a Club Nintendo reward I jumped at the opportunity to try the game again, and I’m glad I did." (Fluidity, Wii) 8.5/10

Venox2008  +   763d ago
great game, more people should try it
robparko  +   763d ago
Couldn't agree more. Luckily the series is getting a second chance with Fluidity: Spin Cycle at the end of December.

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