I-Fluid Crack/Patch

I-Fluid Welcome to I-Fluid, the PC game that will plunge you into an exciting and unprecedented physics-based adventure where the smallest and most common object can become your worst enemy. In I-Fluid you will experience our everyday life from the eyes of a drop of water! Just imagine escaping a generous breakfast while avoiding absorbing tablecloth, breads and cakes scattered all around; to cross all sort of vegetables cooking in a frying pan without vaporizing yourself; to face thirsty cockroaches and make your way through a Mexican party or to find your way in a pitch black kitchen only illuminated by a firefly passing by. Many other original and exciting situations like this await you. So look out for vegetables and fruits that can regenerate you with water and be ready to jump, cling on walls and even control humid objects to accomplish various objectives. [Steam]

Download I-Fluid Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 71 / 100
User rating
5.9
Downloads 792
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Exkee / Exkee

I-Fluid reviews ( 5 )

AdamF, Feb 20, 2009

This game is a very unique puzzle game where you control a droplet of water and must move around this giant world. With a decent physics engine and some innovative puzzles, I would recommend this game to fans of the genre.

Stain, Jun 27, 2011

I like this game because:1. It's the best 3rd person platformer i've ever played.(including mario and sonic)2. It makes me smile in that same improbable way as World of Goo.3. Super-Duper sound design.

StonedMagician, Aug 13, 2010

Though occasionally thoroughly frustrating and confusing, i-Fluid's truly ingenious concept and sound gameplay mechanics prevent it from becoming dead in the water.

Em_J83, Aug 9, 2009

Neat graphics and physics. I appreciate that game makers are experimenting more with gaming concepts. However, I find this game to be pretty dry (no pun intended) and unexciting. There's just not alot of 'character' to your water droplet; and saltine crackers and notebook paper and potato chips just don't really make good antagonists / hazards.

suneater, Dec 11, 2012

This game is a perfect example of how important skilled level designers are. The concept is great: you have to guide a drop of water through realistic household environments. The problems start right after the tutorial though with abysmal level design, grating French rap, trial-and-error gameplay, and eventually mindboggling puzzles (why do I need a calculator + pen & paper for a physics-based platformer?). There are plenty of other indie platformers, physics-based puzzle games, and eye candy generators that are 10x better on steam. Don't bother with this.