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Gravity Water

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rated 2.45 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Puzzles - Sliding
Tags:
puzzle
gravity
physics
brain

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Uploaded
Dec 18, 2015 | 1:09 AM EST

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Author Comments

Slide iron plates to release water.
This puzzle game is designed to train your brain.
Slide iron plates to create a path for water to flow out of the box.
Unique situations. Unlimited arrangements, physical and gravity forces are brought together in this game.
Fewer slides you make to release the water, the more points you earn.

Reviews


TheRealHeckTheRealHeck

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

no instructions (altough you figure it out pretty fast)
bad engrish
physics dont work correctly
too repetetive
this could be made into something interesting but as it stands this is a pretty bad game imo



MaggieSMaggieS

Rated 1 / 5 stars

The graphics should be clearer - I replayed the first level few times, before I realized that there is some "next" button. It also isn't so pleasant to my eyes, but that could be just me. What bugs me the most, is - as mentioned in other comments - that there are only two difficulties. Then there is the thing with score - I really don't get the score system, like I have 20 something score, then I look aside for a moment and I have -5. It could be really good game, if it wasn't unfinished


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juliet106juliet106

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I've been playing and there's no difficulty past easy- a little disappointing. I think that the water needs to be more viscus. Overall the it is a great puzzle game.


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Asriel-DreemurrAsriel-Dreemurr

Rated 0 / 5 stars

God no, for one thing everything looks like stock image and copy and paste.



WilliamHButtlickerWilliamHButtlicker

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Not a bad idea, and good water mechanics, but the game is buggy and crashes often. You can also easily cheat by smashing the water with the plates, which often bugs the water out of its trap. And only two of the difficulties shown are actually working, which is weird. Needs more work