Excerpt: Even on the introductory levels, water drains too quickly from too many locations. It's easy to build up a solid chain of beautiful paths, only to watch it disappear in a flash as you're left scrambling to construct new paths while a steady stream of liquid trickles down through what formerly was a beautiful labyrinth but now is a complete mess.
Summary: If you feel the need to play a difficult puzzle game, this is right up your alley. Otherwise, check out the trial or pass this one up. As good as this game is, it definitely has a smaller audience.
Pros: -Minimalist approach is very fresh these days., -Controls are incredibly simple., -Learning curve is nearly non-existent., -Plenty of replay value., -4 modes that feel different, yet similar enough to pick up quickly., -Very relaxing music.
Cons: -No multiplayer in any form., -Soundtrack is very limited, regardless of how relaxing it is.
Excerpt: Puzzler Hey Dawg, we heard you like puzzlers. So we burned this one into your brain, so you can game whilst you sleep. Droplitz came out on XBLA a little while ago and was ignored by most of us here at PEOWW. After all XBLA fucking sucks arse these days (bad prices, bad games and stealth DLC in order to really play the ‘full game’) and who needs yet another puzzle game? So, I downloaded the trial and left it for two weeks whilst feeding my Sacred 2 addiction.