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Free Android Games Download - Sprinkle v1.7

Current Version: 1.7
Requirement:  Android 2.1 and up ( Tested on Android 2.3 and up )
Developer: Mediocre
Size: 25647 KB
Price: Free

Sprinkle is one of the hottest brain-teasing game for players to figure out each puzzle and obstacle. Sprinkle has implemented some of the most realistic water physics which we’ve seen on an Android Phone or Tablet yet,
Let’s see how media & critics comment on this excellent Android Game:
“Sprinkle is a solid puzzle game in a similar vein as Crush the Castle or Angry Birds, yet carries gameplay and an identity distinct from either.” 4/4 Must have – [Slide To Play]
“Gaming App of the Day” – [Kotaku]
“Sprinkle makes fighting fire with physics (and water, of course) a heck of a lot of fun” 4.5 / 5 – [148Apps]
“The game quickly made its way to every member of my family” – [ArsTechnica]
“Wonderful concept, realistic water, adorable aliens, catchy music, satisfying play” 5/5 – [Modojo]
Sprinkle Payers must first use a water cannon mounted on a crane and then adjust the height and angle of the cannon to fight fires, spin wheels, move obstacles and activate traps in this challenging puzzler which is based on water-physics!
TIP: You need to squirt carefully as you shall run out of water. Remember the less water you use, the more drops you earn!
Feature Highlight
Brain-teasing puzzles – What starts as simply pointing and spraying to quench each fire becomes much more challenging through the 72 levels, 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.
Amazing water physics – Some of the most realistic water physics ever seen on an Android device make Sprinkle an exciting and addictive puzzler.
Specially Optimized for Xperia PLAY!
Sprinkle v1.7

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