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Submitted by Lavalamp 849d ago | review

Puddle Review | Worth Playing

Worth Playing: "Puddle is a mechanically sound game that's good for fans of physics puzzles. The presentation is solid, and even though the controls aren't the most optimal, they get the job done and provide enough options. The variation in environments, objectives and substances goes a long way in making things interesting, but you'll wish that you got to spend more time with the various liquids. At times, the rather stark jump in difficulty can be something of a turn-off, but if you can handle that, you'll find this title to be a good distraction — especially since this is the cheapest version among the available platforms." (Puddle, Wii U) 7.5/10

MNGamer-N  +   849d ago
This game is not appealing for me, because I want's a big fan of "Liquidity" on Wiiware. The gameplay on that one made me dizzy at times... I'll just skip this unless they make it $4.99 on e-shop then I'll pick it up.

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