Water, water everywhere... get in the soddin’ pot
by on June 12, 2011
Water, water everywhere… get in the soddin’ pot
The games on the Xbox Live service are generally pretty good – a little over the top in price, but on the whole a decent experience.
That ethos is pretty much continued across with this game – it’s a clever puzzle-based game that requires you to move drops of water from one area of the map to another in the shortest time possible.
We’re fans of such games, as they’re very easy to pick up and put down, and 50 levels is probably fair for the mid-range games price on Windows Marketplace.
The problem is clear right from the start – there’s no tutorial on offer here to help you understand what the devil you’re supposed to be doing, which means you’re basically working off trial and error for the first dozen or so games – although there is an instruction manual to download if you’re willing to wade through the menus.
The idea of moving different tools around is a good one on the game board, as it allows players to be creative, but it’s SO easy to hit a well-placed implement when you’re just trying to move the map around, undoing all your hard-eared work.
A decent game in theory, but one that needs some crafting on the game sensitivity and a is crying out for some kind of tutorial too.
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