"The concept of tilting the world around a main character to make it move is a concept that flourished back in the early 2000s with Super Monkey Ball, making use of an analogue stick as a means to carefully incline the playing field. As new control inputs started to become widespread with the rise of motion gaming, especially with the Wii, even more concepts built around the same idea started to appear, such as Kororinpa or Dewy's Adventure using the Wii Remote, or even Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll, using the Wii Balance Board. In 2010, Hydroventure, known as Fluidity in North America, revisited the formula and got a recent new release on the 3DS eShop recently. The game at hand, Puddle for Wii U eShop, initially an Xbox Live and PlayStation Network game, seems similar from the outset... but only partially, as will be revealed in further details in this review. Stick with Cubed3 for the good stuff!", writes Cubed3.