Excerpt: Drip drip drip goes the water. Perhaps Imminent Games were inspired by the rubbish amounts of water descending from the sky in the past few years when they came up with Drip Drip . But while some might have been inspired to go with flood survival/adventure scenarios, this little 2D real time strategy (RTS) taps into a much more realistic version of our stormy relationship with rain.
Summary: For fans of the dash genre, Drip Drip is a must-have title. The great presentation, cute characters and crazy fun add up to time and the asking price of $9.99 well spent. PC gamers new to this style of game should check it out too. Do not worry. No one will revoke your Hardcore PC Gaming Membership.
Excerpt: There were some people who did not like the decision to invest in an awesome gaming Personal Computer (PC). There are some people that want to declare PC gaming dead. All of those people are going to miss an amazing game called Drip Drip. The concept is simple, and fleshed out extremely well.
Excerpt: Drip Drip is the newest release from independent developer Imminent Games built on the Torque 2D Engine, and it's now available for PC and Mac. The new release is all about time and resource management, and a colorful display will ensure you continue to stay enthralled by the game's addictive nature for hours on end. The object of the game is to prevent the destruction of a home or building by flooding by utilizing plenty of different tools to help you on your way.
Conclusion: Succeeding in everything it sets out to do, and coming in at a very respectable $9.99 price point, Drip Drip is an excellent diversion, especially if you need a break from the heavy video game drops this holiday season has given us. With room for some updates in the future, there is much to enjoy in this slightly damp package.
Excerpt: Drip Drip is a simple 2D game with a seemingly easy objective – to stop a building from flooding. From such a straightforward concept is born one of the most fun and addictive strategy games I’ve played in a while. The game has no story or reason, besides entertaining the player, and the whole focus is on gameplay. The mechanics are introduced one at a time and you are never rushed into learning too much at once.