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I-Fluid Evaporates To Steam


See what I did there? Eh? I am a special clown. I-Fluid meanwhile is a moderately entertaining puzzle game that has been released via the popular Steam doohickey. You play a drip (and in the game) who rolls around various realistic surfaces, attempting to achieve goals. Which might be getting on top of a jam jar or pushing a tomato into a fondue tray. It’s a decent kind of fun. However, it’s not particularly intuitive, and often goals aren’t clear to my tiny brain. And it does get a little repetitive. Unsure? Try the demo. Hooray.

In other news: GTA4 is out on Steam too.

I-Fluid


It could so easily have been a new euphemism… instead it’s an action platformer from French independents Exkee, in which you pilot a drop of water across a series of obstacles. The 121mb (around nine Peggles?) trial download can be found here. I had a quick poke at it and found it to be charming. Use watery things to increase your droplet size, and avoid being mopped up by paper or biscuits. It needs a little better signposting, but I like it both the peculiarly realistic visuals and the simple control system. Go take a look. Trailer after the hop.
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