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  • Changing state
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Expert's Review

"Solid, liquid or gas?"

Reviewed by / Oct 25, 2012

A well-thought and fun puzzle game that will have you thinking for quite some time

Superfluid has escaped its containment shell and wants to definitely break free by beating his evil creators in Dynamisplice. Some other creations are in search of Superfluid, like the Clean Up Guy or the Diabolical Jelly and the Stalagbites.

Superfluid has to solve a long list of traps and puzzles, everything controlled by tilting your device and using the thermometer to change the temperature of the room and, consequently, make Superluid change state -solid, liquid, gas- in order to achieve the most challenging tasks.

Undoubtedly, the creators have thought of and developed an excellent idea, a really interesting concept turned into a really worthy game which is, in addition, hard to pass! The entertainment part is obvious: the main character is cute and the gameplay is challenging and really fun.

Surface Tension with support from Virgin Media is the developer of Super-Fluid, a fun puzzle game full of new difficult tasks as you advance and with amazing graphics.

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Developer's original description available here
The product of a scientific experiment gone wrong, Superfluid has broken out of its containment shell and remains blissfully unaware of the dangers which wait beyond the creation chamber. Seizing the opportunity, Super-Fluid sets out to escape the clutches of its demented creators Dynamisplice and gain the freedom it so desperately craves.

In pursuit of Super-Fluid are all the failed experiments Dynamisplice likes to hide in the basement, such as the Diabolical Jelly and the Stalagbites. However, Super-Fluids true nemesis is the Clean Up Guy, who Dynamisplice has hired to track down and eliminate this stain on their reputation. Combined with a whole host of puzzles, traps and contraptions, Super-Fluids escape will not be an easy one.

Super-Fluid is a 2D side-scrolling puzzle game which combines tilt-based controls with the ability to change state between solid, liquid and gas to complete a variety of puzzles and challenges.

Developed with support from Virgin Media.

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  • (34)

    by cathee smith on 12/01/2014


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    by Carlyle Kyle on 16/12/2013

    Iffy interface not very intuitive

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    by Harry Wheelwright on 19/06/2013

    I played this game at Eurogamer Expo 2012 and loved it, but it crashes on the 'unity' screen! Please fix it!

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    by Chris Helmore on 30/03/2013

    Could be a good game, I'll never know as I can't get beyond the first level. Switch is already green, no options other than to end the game. Uninstalled

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    by Karaiko Raine on 01/03/2013

    Very cool, fun strategy/puzzle game, with a platformy element. Would easily play much more, but it's unfortunately still a bit buggy. In one level I fell straight through the floor after I fell out of the start tube. Took me a while longer than it should've to realise this wasn't supposed to happen and there was no puzzle to figure out. Then after I shook that off and kept playing, a couple of lev

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    by govegg K on 28/01/2013

    So far I like it! No problems on my Droid 4. It's a cool idea that you can change your state/gravity. If I can give some constructive criticism, I think the icon is kinda ugly (and it's hard to tell what it is), which isn't representative of the cute guy in the game.

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    by Ruben Tumert Hansen on 11/01/2013

    Just tried it and seems interesting enough so far, will adjust grade as I try more. However, one annoyance: increase the temp, become gassy and hit the ceiling, and you move the wrong way. If you tilt the phone right, gas lighter than air goes left, right? ;-) fix this and your other bugs.

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