Sprinkle Islands Review: Nice Water Physics, a Bit Repetitive (Video)

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  • 19 Sep 2013
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  • Sprinkle Islands is a new title from Mediocre, that just like the predecessor is a puzzle game based on water physics. We tested the game on HTC One Mini and it worked just fine. The title is priced at about $1 and it brings intuitive controls.


    All you need to do is move a crane around and squirt water from it in order to extinguish fires. This is a water physics puzzler, that involves 4 islands, each with 12 levels available and even boss battles are included. You maneuver the water cannon and direct your water flow to the fires, in order to save some little critters that will be crying for help.

    You can use a variety of contraptions to get around, including ice cubes, elevators and various other mechanisms. There are buttons to push and rocks to roll in order to hit buttons. If you wait too much houses will tend to burn and the game will be over. Sprinkle Islands has colorful graphics and a childish feeling and sound to it.

    Sadly, the action feels a bit repetitive and we give this child like experience an 8 out of 10. You can download the game from here.

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