Salivating for that next inventive indie platformer? Strange Loop Games' aquatic puzzle-platformer might just be able to quench your thirst. Similar to Fluidity and the Pixeljunk Shooter games, Vesselpresents environmental and physics-based puzzles that are solved through the manipulation of animated liquids. In addition to that, players can expect level design reminiscent of Metroidvania titles coupled with bright, vivid visuals and gorgeous lighting effects.
Vesselwill be making its way to PC in just a few short weeks, releasing on the first of March. If you're holding out for a console version, the title will eventually be trickling down to the PlaySation Network and Xbox Live Arcade at an unannounced later date.
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