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Monday, November 26, 2007


Wind and Water: Puzzle Battles is puzzle game with anime-style cutscenes, several playable mini games, and two-player versus battles. Originally developed for the GP2X handheld platform, a demo for this Christmas release is available for download and features roughly twenty-five percent of the story mode itself.
3 Comments:
Blogger oranda said at 11/26/2007 02:44:00 PM:  
Sweet! My brother had this on his GP2X a while back, I gave it a test run and found it to be quite challenging. The puzzle mechanic is quite difficult, as you need to visualize the steps in advance to complete the puzzle in the required number of turns.
Anonymous BenH said at 11/26/2007 04:00:00 PM:  
The two characters on the right seem to have a shocked look on their face, is that freaky head thing censoring some nudity or something?

...what is that freaky head anyway? it looks like a mutated Homer Simpson
Anonymous Hao said at 11/26/2007 06:58:00 PM:  
Thanks Tim! :) Enjoyed the demo?

benh: Well yeah, the freaky head IS censoring something and if you click the screenshot you get to see what's really behind it :P Guess our faces say it all!

BTW the head is part of the website's logo I think, though I dunno what it is.