Archive for category Puddle
Since Oly has been lazy all week, choosing the winners took longer than expected. Anyway, in this giveaway, we had 5 North American codes for Puddle to distribute to some lucky winners. We had a total of 115 entries! Here are the winners:
- mjerez – Ticket Entry
- SubMonkey – twitter Entry
- niug – YouTube Channel Entry
- pertegrin – Google+ Entry
- mowmow – facebook Like/Comment Entry
Congratulations to you all! I will make sure Oly sends you private messages with your codes!
Do you own a Vita and are looking for a game to add to your digital library? Well, look no further, as we are giving away a total of 5 codes for Puddle. If you haven’t done so already, be sure to read Eddie’s quick review of the game here. He gave it a positive score of 75%, noting that some levels were super difficult (which, if you’re looking for a challenge, could be a good thing) and stated that the rear touch pad doesn’t work out very well. On the other hand, he touted the great physics and unique gameplay.
Because of the limited audience we may have with this giveaway, video entries have been disabled, but all other social entries are still open. You can purchase up to two tickets at 75 points a piece. Giveaway ends Monday, September 9th at 11:59PM MST. Good luck to all who enter!
Puddle is a puzzle solving game based on liquid physics and obstacles that can destroy said liquid on your way to the final goal. This process is repeated over and over with different liquids and their weaknesses throughout the game, but in some really unique ways. The game seems to translate really well to the portable genre, especially with the multiple input options of the Vita itself. I found myself enjoying the shoulder button method more than the rear touch pad or the tilting of the device itself. The rear touch pad did not seem to work the way that it should, as I found myself swiping several times to get the screen to tilt as I needed it to.