Sprinkle Arrives in The Android Market


Sprinkle has today launched on the Android Market, for $1.99 you can get your hands on this water based puzzler exclusively for Nvidia Tegra devices. Sprinkle has you manning a crane mounted water cannon to help save the blue inhabitants of Titan, one of Saturn’s moons as flaming meteors crash onto the surface.

Features include:

Amazing water physics – Some of the most realistic water physics ever seen on an Android device make Sprinkle an exciting and addictive puzzler.

Brain-teasing puzzles – What starts as simply pointing and spraying to quench each fire becomes much more challenging, as players must overcome the intricacies of each puzzle before time and water run out.

Blocks, boulders, and cogs oh my – Use the power of your water cannon to move blocks of ice and boulders, spin giant cogs, and depress traps inorder to reach and extinguish every last fire.

I’ve actually just purchased the game myself after reading some of the Android Market reviews. I’ve had little time to play with it but initial impressions are good and we hope to have a full review up for you guys soon. Check out the video below and let us know what you think in the comments!

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DO1lAEHW7sY&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

[app]com.mediocre.sprinkle[/app]

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