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The Splatters
7.9 out of 10

The Splatters

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electriclight41, Metacritic
3 June 2013
  • Summary: Featuring elements from different puzzles games like Peggle and Angry Birds, The Splatters is a fun and unique diversion. It's easy to pick up and play a couple quick puzzles, or you can focus on conquering a series of harder ones.
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Darkholegames, Metacritic
28 June 2012
  • Summary: The Splatters is a fun mind puzzle game. The objective is to complete each stage by sending your colored explosive paint like blobs into certain objects that are placed throughout the map.The Splatters is a Xbox Live Arcade game made by SpikySnail.
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ZivOs97, Metacritic
12 April 2012
  • Summary: I was actually surprised. This is the first israeli XBOX game and it is actually good. Way to go "Spikey Snail". Great Puzzles and awesome graphics
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OmPiang, Metacritic
11 April 2012
  • Summary: "The Splatters" is the game to play - amazing physical simulation, kick ass graphics and music that compliments it all. This game will give you hours of pure fun - and the SplatterTV feature will let you see playbacks of top players - doesn't mean you can mimic what they are doing right away - but...
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Xborn74, Metacritic
11 April 2012
  • Summary: "The Splatters" is an XBLA game developed by SpikySnail Games, and produced by Microsft which costs 800ms points. The game is very reminiscent of a classic and popular game, Peggle, mixed with the new games that deal with physical, being a good and addictive game option: you use gelatinous creatures...
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MegWhiteley, Metacritic
11 April 2012
  • Summary: The Splatters, wow, really incredible game, is funny, interesting, addictive, with great gameplay, this title is amazing, have much great points, The Splatters is a new classic.
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