Sprinkle Review – A Water Based Puzzle Game for the iPad


[dropcap]E[/dropcap]xperience H2O in a completely new way with Sprinkle! Armed with a crane mounted water cannon, move rocks, operate levers, turn water mills, and use pulleys to manipulate your surroundings, prevent the huts of the inhabitants of Titan from burning down and save the day! Never thought water could do so much? Well, think again!

Talk about firefighting in style! Compared to the much acclaimed simulation game ‘Angry Birds’, Sprinkle is actually more challenging than the former. Not only do you have a limited supply of water, you also have to put out the fire before any of the huts burn down – which introduces a time limit. Another point to note is that the birds in Angry Birds can easily be related to real life by imagining them as balls being thrown using a sling, whilst it’s harder to do the same with water. After all, how many of you have used water to move a giant ice cube and create a new path between two cliffs?! 

The rules? Simply adjust the height and angle of the water cannon to a suitable orientation and extinguish the fire before any of the huts get destroyed. The less water you consume, the more points you earn.

Looking for a puzzle game with a twist? Sprinkle might just be your cup of water! Be sure to check out the short film that shows how and why the fire started. 

Here are a few screenshots:

Sprinkle Ipad app 1

Sprinkle Ipad app

Sprinkle Ipad app screenshot

Sprinkle Ipad app screenshot

 

[box color=IBOutline] App Name: Sprinkle: Water splashing fire fighting fun!
Download Link: https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/sprinkle-water-splashing-fire/id447791438?mt=8
Size: 22.4 MB
Price (at the time of writing of this post): $1.99 [/box]

 


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