Gaming Shenanigans: Hydrotilt XL Review

There are a few oddities in Hydrotilt that detract from its overall enjoyability, like the ability to only access one new level at a time and the timer not stopping when you look at the map. For $5, the price may be a little steep for something this unforgiving, but there's quite a lot of content to be had. Then again, many people like tilting and challenges, and for them this game will probably do well. It's certainly a well made game, so if you want your tilt to come in a professional package then you should consider looking into changing states of matter.

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