Super Splatters Crack/Patch

Super Splatters Super Splatters challenges players to find the most creative way to burst the Splatters, a juicy acrobatic band, against arena walls so that their juice pours onto explosive fireworks. But clearing out the stage is never enough - the Splatters need to put on an amazing performance, too! Use an arsenal of stunts, link up challenging combos and play with the force of gravity while the cameras are rolling so that you can rise to the top of the rankings on Splatter TV.

Download Super Splatters Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 75 / 100
User rating
8.4
Downloads 1071
Genre Miscellaneous, Puzzle, Action
Company / Developer
SpikySnail Games Studio / SpikySnail Games Studio

Super Splatters reviews ( 2 )

zecg, Jul 17, 2013

This is a magnificent game. Completely new gameplay, great art and impressively polished. It gets properly difficult, as well. I am pretty much in awe of how they instituted a new genre.

JimeoWan, Jan 29, 2014

A greatly underrated game! There's nothing like watching your splatter explode against a wall after a 5-step trick and see its last drops successfully reach the last balls. Strangely rewarding. While it's indeed a good candidate for short play sessions, and while it clearly looks like a casual game (probably the reason for its lack of commercial success), Super Splatters is quite more than that ; behind the colorful graphics hides a progressively complex gameplay which ends up requiring a lot of skill - think World of Goo. Well it's not as good as World of Goo, but still it's pretty interesting to play. The main downside to this game is that some levels are *very* hard, and beating them can be sometimes both a matter of skill & luck (& patience). It really takes a lot if you want to beat 100% of the game (and I don't think I have it), but even without that Super Splatters' original gameplay should keep you entertained for a few hours. (PS: Not sure why this game has that often be compared to Angry Birds in reviews, it doesn't do the game justice. Well yeah, in both you indeed throw stuff around to reach other stuff, but that's where the comparison stops)