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Submitted by TheSanchezDavid 805d ago | review

Fluidity: Spin Cycle is a twisting, turning good time - GameZone review

GameZone: "It’s hard to imagine how a game about water and its various forms could actually be interesting, but that was exactly the case when Fluidity launched on WiiWare back in 2010. Admittedly, while I thoroughly enjoyed the ideas and mechanics that Curve Studios presented in that game, I wasn’t a fan of its open nature and required backtracking. Thankfully, that’s changed with the next chapter in the series, Fluidity: Spin Cycle, a game that takes the parts of its predecessor that worked and combines them in all new ways that make the overall experience much more inviting and a hell of a lot more entertaining." (3DS, Fluidity: Spin Cycle) 8.0/10

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