Sprinkle Junior

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    Sprinkle Junior

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    Sprinkle Junior's review

    Published: 2012-10-19, by .

    Sprinkle is a puzzle game in which you have to extinguish the fire through levels

    • Cool 3D graphics
    • Intuitive controls
    • 22 levels
    • There isn't any in-app purchase
    • No online leaderboards
    • Android 2.3 or later

    "The village is safe if Sprinkle's firemans are out there"

    Sprinkle won the 8th International Mobile Gaming Awards as the Best Casual Game celebrated at MWC 2012 in Barcelona.

    Gameplay: use a water cannon to put out the fire in each level. You control the cannon which is on a crane aiming as well as its height. Thus, making the most of items, blocks and gaps on the field you will find the way to bring the water to the fire focus. The less water you need to extinguish the fire, the better score you'll get. Bear in mind though, that the cannon is finite and if water runs out without putting out the fire, you lose the game The scoring system is similar to Angry Birds or other puzzle games. However, instead of stars it gives you water drops and, the maximum you can get is five.

    3D graphics are simple, if enough for this kind of game. Water physics are great, specially when it gets into terrain gaps and comes up as geyser. Controls are simple: drag circularly for aiming, scroll vertically to up/down the crane and push the left-down corner button for sprinkling the water.

    This Junior version comes with 22 unique and creative levels kids-friendly. More blocks, boulders and contraptions and incredibly water effects. Parents, no need to worry, there isn't any in-app purchase in this version.

    In a nutshell, Sprinkle is a great puzzle game which strongest points are simplicity and high playability. If you like this brain-teasing puzzle games but you're fed up of launching birds to green pigs, it's time to put all your energy in a nobler cause: save inhabitants of Titan from the flames. Must have.

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    Manu Appszoom logo

    by Manu , Appszoom

    Oct 19, 2012


    "Kids will have a good time with Sprinkle Junior" - [Family Friendly Gaming]

    "A streamlined version perfect for the little tykes" - [Jay is Games]

    "Sprinkle Junior is an excellent sampler of the gameplay directed towards kids" - [Softonic]

    A water-physics based playground for young children to play with! The Junior version of Sprinkle lets kids splash an unlimited amount of water in a variety of fun and playful environments! Unlike its senior, Sprinkle Junior is all about playing around and having fun, rather than solving tricky puzzles and fighting against the clock.

    Sprinkle is enjoyed by over three million people across the planet, don't miss out on this special version designed for our youngest earthlings.

    Using some of the most realistic water physics seen on an Android device yet, Sprinkle Junior is full of splashy surprises and entertaining environments.

    Sprinkle Junior features:
    * Incredibly realistic and fascinating water physics
    * Intuitive touch controls
    * 22 unique and creative levels
    * Blocks, boulders and contraptions

    Sprinkle Junior is completely free from in app purchases, parents can let their kids play without needing to worry about additional costs.

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    Users comments for Sprinkle Junior

    Adam Young

    by Adam Young

    Apr 17, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    My kid played this game 20 hours, good job?

    John Scott

    by John Scott

    Apr 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"


    Kamal Miah

    by Kamal Miah

    Nov 12, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Relatively cheap, not frustrating for kids and no special permissions required

    Mason Ellis

    by Mason Ellis

    Sep 17, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    My daughter loves this. And it's a game that doesn't require you to purchase more to play the content. It's a simple game with a simple objective and there are some levels that do require a little thinking for someone that's 2 or 3 years old. It's an awesome game and keeps her attention for some time because she can actually excel.

    Kym Jennings

    by Kym Jennings

    Aug 01, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Always force stops. Waste of money

    Marjorie Waldron

    by Marjorie Waldron

    Mar 06, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    They play over & over. The little one started at 18mo! Very addictive. There are easy levels so they can win every time they play. Excellent for practicing coordination!