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H2FLOW - Water Physics Puzzler For Linux Needs Help To Raise Funds.
by Guest March 21, 2013 at 4:35 pm (Article originally submitted March 21, 2013 at 2:00 pm), Views: 1499
Time To Get Wet With H2FLOW
Chicago, USA. March 19th 2013. Haptix Games Inc today announced that it has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund 'H2FLOW', a water physics puzzler targeted for release on PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android.
Quick thinking and timing is put to the test as players help guide the flow of water through intricate and challenging levels. Use bombs to blast through terrain, barriers to redirect the flow, and divert water along new brick paths!
Danger lurks everywhere! Landmines, spinning buzz saws, and electric shock mines are just a handful of enemies trying to stop you from freeing the flow! Survive long enough to collect all the drops and free the land from the tyrannical grasps of the Evil Water Bottling Corporation!
"It's like liquid Lemmings." - PC GAMER 'The Best PC Games of 2013'
"H2FLOW is a combination of all our favorite games old and new! Challenging puzzles like Lemmings, destructible terrain like Worms, and lots of flowing water like Where's My Water," said Sebastian Procek, founder and CEO of Haptix Games Inc.
Navigate through themed levels and collect all the water by destroying terrain, blocking water paths, and creating new water paths using the tools in your tool belt: bombs, barriers, bricks, and other special abilities. Purchase character upgrades to customize your character's look and behavior. Evade and destroy enemies to beat the Evil Water Bottling Corporation at its own game!
"H2FLOW delivers the best gameplay mechanics from puzzle, action, and strategy games. We have created a unique gaming experience that can be enjoyed by casual and hard core players alike," added Chris Misztur, co-founder and CTO of Haptix Games Inc.
The campaign went live today, with a minimum funding goal of $10,000. The initial funding goal will ensure a timely release, while each additional stretch goal will help deliver 'H2FLOW' to a wider device selection and expand gameplay.
• Fun water physics
• Fully destructible terrain
• Addictive puzzle and action oriented gameplay
• Challenging puzzles with multiple solutions
• Customizable character
• Special character abilities like teleportation and speed boosts
• Themed levels
About Haptix Games Inc. Founded by Sebastian Procek and Chris Misztur in 2012, Haptix Games Inc develops interactive entertainment software for personal computers, mobile devices and middleware for the Unity game engine.
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Comment by haptix games on March 22, 2013 at 4:59 am Link To Me
Yeah, Unity exports, however when we made the video 2 months back we weren't so sure if it was an addon license or not. We had no way to test. So I didn't want to promise anything I couldn't deliver since we were running an old build of Unity. Not an after thought, it runs the same code base as the windows and mac version, but thanks for your interest. Also there aren't any rubber toy balls either, again, sorry!