By: Strange Loops Games Genre: Platform / Puzzle Players: 1 Difficulty: Medium
Featured Version: Sony PlayStation 3
Also Available For: PC, Mac
Morph, but Vessel, while further proof of my theory, is quite a bit different. It's a game I recently happened upon via PSN and is a port of a game I've now discovered was released a full two years earlier in it's original PC incarnation. Not sure what the delay was as it seems to be pretty much the same game, and that's one starring M. Arkwright, an inventor who has created a type of splooshy liquid automaton called the Fluro (fluid robot). They were supposed to take over all the laborious monkey jobs that us lazy humans can't be arsed to do but, unsurprisingly, they soon had other ideas.
|Eeek, droppy-downy-spiky things in this area!|
|A glorious sight awaits upon emerging from the darkness...|
|Fluro seeds are pulling the water stream upwards...|
|Doesn't look much like an orchard but it's nice anyway!|
|Eeek, a fiery Fluro and a watery one above it...|
|One of the spooky tunnels that join the sections...|
RKS Score: 8/10
Special Note: the screenshots above are from the PC version of the game as finding decent and untagged shots of the PS3 version was as much trouble as it is for pretty much any modern game. As far as my old eyes can tell, it looks the same as the PS3 version though. Thanks to the splendid Steam community!