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Submitted by combocaster 994d ago | review

Puddle Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

Puddle was originally created by a group of French students and was winner of GDC 2010 Showcase in the category of students, Puddle had an initial release on Xbox 360 and now arrives on Steam. Focusing on the physics of fluids, Puddle do much good and is undoubtedly a very interesting game.
The concept behind Puddle seems simple at first glance, take a small amount of fluid from point A to point B, but it quickly becomes apparent that there is something behind this small complex idea. Puddle its behaves like a liquid in the real world, although somewhat more viscous than normal. Puddle can easily be divided into multiple streams and can move very quickly splashing everywhere. (PC, PS Vita, PS3, Puddle, Xbox 360) 7.3/10

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