Puddle Ad Blurbs (PlayStation 3)
Advertising Blurbswww.nintendo.com - Wii U (US):
- 49 levels specially re-mastered for the Nintendo Wii U!
- Play by using the Wii U GamePad accelerometer!
- Compare your score in the worldwide Leaderboard!
- Enter the world competition! Win as many Medals and Challenges as the best ones from the Puddle Community!
Dive into Puddle™, a physics game unlike any other!Winner at the Independent Games Festival 2010, Puddle is now available on Nintendo Wii U.
Dive into Puddle, a game unlike any other where you have to guide a puddle of fluid by tilting the environment to the left or right!
Play carefully taking friction, gravity and temperature into account, and by using the unique properties of each type of fluid (water, oil, nitroglycerin, molten lava...) in a range of original environments.
Conserve as much fluid as possible when crossing a variety of obstacles such as burning passageways, carnivorous plants and electric currents!
Contributed by Harmony♡ (19937) on Jul 27, 2016.
Puddle flows on to PlayStation(R)Network and Xbox LIVE(R) Arcade
Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH today released its clever Xbox LIVE(R) Arcade and PlayStation(R)Network puzzle title, Puddle.
Available now from Xbox(R)LIVE Arcade for 800 Microsoft Points, or via the PlayStation(R)Store for 9,99 Euro, Puddle challenges the player to guide a number of liquid particles through a series of hazard-laden stages.
KONAMI has illustrated Puddles clever physics and absorbing gameplay with a special launch trailer. The one-minute promo shows the gameís many stages and hazards, while also showing the range of liquid the player controls ñ each with very different properties. Players guide their respective liquid by tilting the environment, balancing each fluid's unique properties with the environmental factors of gravity, friction, and each course's obstacles similarly, as players steer their flammable gas; blobs of water or radioactive fluid, they can only see a small section of the current level. Puddle for the PlayStation(R)Network also supports motion controls using the Playstation(R)Move or Sixaxis controller.
Contributed by yenruoj_tsegnol_eht (!!ihsoy) (2630) on Sep 03, 2012.