Sprinkle for Android Tablets Review – Tegra Zone Game

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19 Aug, 2011 6:21 am

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Usually when you come across a Tegra Zone game they’re geared at fast pace graphics around racing or fighting, so its refreshing to have a puzzle game get some Nvidia Tegra love. If you’re thinking this is just another puzzle game you’d be wrong since this games got a few unique twists.  Sprinkle is an addictive game (you’ve now been warned) in which your job is to put out fires, move obstacles, spin wheels and activate traps using a water cannon attached to a crane.

It’s too bad we don’t have activities like this in real life where we can play with a water cannon attached to a crane. In Sprinkle we at least get to do this in a video game format.

In order to move to the next level, you’ll have to adjust the height and angle of the water cannon before shooting it in the hopes to completing the ever changing objective. This challenging physics puzzle game has a few different considerations which add to the games complexity since you want to complete each level using as little water as possible. The less you use, the better your rating will be for that stage, if you’re wondering why this matters, have you ever tried to get all three stars in Angry Birds? Exact same thing!

Sprinkle Features:

  • Great graphics and unique gameplay
  • Amazing water physics.
  • Brain-teasing puzzles that get much more difficult and complex as you progress later into the game
  • Interactive elements: use the water to spin cogs and wheels, move boulders, activate traps and more

If you want to check it out in action, we’ve got a demo video we’re shot below.

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