On Sale: Puddle THD Anniversary With Limited Time 75% Off Sale

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  • 25 Jan 2013
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  • Made for Tegra 3 devices and with the benefits of enhanced graphics and physics, Puddle is not your ordinary puzzle game. The title offers an original perspective and once you get the hang of the controls it will keep you hoked for good hours of gameplay.

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    Puddle THD by Neko Entertainment is a puzzle title unlike the usual ones you will find on the Store. The game will have you play with gravity, temperature and many more in a style you are not likely to forget very soon. Given that it’s a Tegra 3 oriented title you can expect specific performance and enhancements for the platform.  The game has won the 2010 Independent Games Festival award and is likely to provide a solid experience.

    Puddle THD is a game where you have to move a puddle of fluid by tilting the stage to the left or to the right. You will manipulate the properties of each type of fluid (water, lava, oil, etc.). Combined with the friction, gravity and even temperature to overcome obstacles such as carnivorous plants, or even inflamed passages electrical currents in order to save the maximum fluid. You will have to Conserve as much fluid as possible when crossing a variety of obstacles such as burning passageways, carnivorous plants and electric current.

    Puddle THD anniversary now offers the title for 75% off the regular price on the Play Store.

     

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