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Droplitz.33865477
7.4 out of 10

Droplitz

Immerse yourself in an addictive puzzler that's all about strate Read more

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Hots, Metacritic
14 February 2014
  • Summary: I haven't encountered a game in the last decade with such disregard for support. This game is not supported by Altus (publisher) nor Blitz Arcade. (developer) There are people on Steam who still can't get this to run, or who have to deal with show stoppers. Whoever heard of a game site with email-only support?? Would a wiki be too sophisticated? Tell them you want support; who knows what an angry mob of gamers can accomplish?
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lach1223, Metacritic
3 November 2013
  • Summary: Although the game’s concepts are good, options are a bit limited. There are some different game modes you can unlock by playing, but there is not a large variety, and it can be quite difficult to unlock these extra modes, forcing you to play just the standard game mode for quite some time.
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keefbaker, Metacritic
3 November 2013
  • Summary: Probably my favourite casual "drop in drop out" puzzler. Don't expect to be sat there playing this for hours because it's not that game but 10/20 minutes here and there, great fun.
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Eglin, Metacritic
16 September 2013
  • Summary: The premise is fine for a puzzler, but the AI is woefully inadequate. I don't know if the required setup would have levels hand-created or pre-tested or what, but the game appears to presently generate the levels at random and many (most?) are simply not fun to play. In my relatively short period of gameplay, I've seen several levels generated that had no possible solutions.
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suneater, Metacritic
11 December 2012
  • Summary: A simple puzzle game where you guide drops of water through pipes. There's 4 gameplay modes with multiple maps in each so it'll keep you busy for a while just trying to unlock the different modes. There is a certain "zen" to this kind of puzzle game... Where you can relax, get in the zone and just click away and win a map. The only things that bothered me about it (besides the simplicity) were no multiplayer and no replay value.
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