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Submitted by VGBMatt 1119d ago | review

Review: Puddle - VGBlogger

VGBlogger writes: "Sloshing liquid around has lately become as popular a videogame pastime as blasting zombies or downloading Call of Duty DLC. Controlling the slippery physics of H20 (and other stuff) factors into everything from Mercury and Fluidity to Where’s My Water? and Feed Me Oil.

Add Puddle to the growing pool of liquid-based physics puzzlers. It’s one of those GDC student showcase winners that spun its success with the judges into a commercial product. It doesn’t take long to understand why. Puddle’s mix of shadowy, neon visuals and scientific principles mix as easily as a packet of Berry Blue-flavored Kool-Aid dissolves into a pitcher of cold agua." (PS3, Puddle, Xbox 360) -

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