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Submitted by pixlbit 536d ago | review

PixlBit's Fluidity: Spin Cycle Review

PixlBit | "While WiiWare never made quite the splash that competing services XBLA and PSN did, it still managed to offer a few gems. Fluidity was one such title, providing Metroid-inspired exploration along with physics-based puzzles starring an amorphous blob of water that could phase change between ice and steam. Spin Cycle follows that experience with a more linear adventure that’s broken out into a set of 60 levels. The shift away from the original design proves less successful, with a number of the levels falling flat in their implementation." (3DS, Fluidity: Spin Cycle) 2.5/5

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