Some days, when you are a pool of liquid, you sit there and the urge to go somewhere just gets you bubbling over, you know?
Maybe you don't yet, but Gregsuarez does, and luckily he's been reviewing Puddle. Lets see what he thinks in our Puddle Review...
Intro To The Game Debate Review Of Puddle
Casual puzzle games like Puddle are a conundrum to me. I enjoy kicking back with a casual game when I’m watching TV or if I need a few minutes to myself at the office. But to spend my valuable free gaming time playing a casual game does not make sense to me. If I’m at home in front of my desktop, I would rather devote my time to a serious PC game way beyond the capabilities of a smart phone.
I’m not belittling puzzle games by any means. If you prefer spending your time with Solitaire or Bejeweled instead of Assassin’s Creed or BioShock, then more power to you. But, as a writer with an audience of hardcore PC gamers, it’s easy to be honest: if I can’t play a casual game on my smart phone or tablet, I’m not spending my time playing it on my desktop.
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