Waterfalls 3: Level Pack


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TrickyWaterfalls 3: Level PackPrepare to go with the flow once more! The ethereal beauty of MoonMana's trippy puzzler is back in the Waterfalls 3: Level Pack. This expansion has everything we loved from the original: Psychadelic visuals, experimentation-based physics gameplay, and that trance-y soprano on background vocals.

As in the original, most of the mechanics aren't spelled out. Since the difficulty of the level pack pretty much starts where the original left off, new players might want to start with an earlier installment to get their bearings. In general, though, the goal of each level is to direct various flowing colors into the designated receptacles (usually denoted by the shapes swirling in the energy). Do this by using the mouse to place flow-affecting objects including gravity directors, bouncing barriers, and the obligatory portals. Don't forget to use the walls! The receptacles will take a little time to fill up with energy, and display a check-mark once filled. Filled receptacles will take a little time to drain, so players have a little leeway to move objects around, should the level require multiple receptacles filled. It's a very zen experience, and these 25 levels perfect for those looking to destress a bit (though those links at the bottom of the game-screen are a little awkwardly placed). Overall, with all due respect to T-Boz, Left-Eye and Chilli, this is one pack of Waterfalls you should start chasing ASAP.

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Okay, THAT is just creepy...I just played Waterfalls 3 again yesterday. O_o;

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*dives in and sees what the Level Pack is like*

Aaaand I'm done. Aside from adding that new trick with the reflector-walls and a bevy of new puzzles, I can't say there was any real change from Waterfalls 3...even the same soothing background music ("Is It Right" by Youmaybe if anyone's curious.)

In fact, if you were to interlace the levels from this in between the levels from the expansion pack, it'd be absolutely perfect, I think.

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