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Flooded Village: Xmas Eve 3

I'm dreaming of a waterlogged Christmas... Hmm. Doesn't have quite the same ring to it. Still, there's room for every celebration, including the kind that involves torrents of water in Yoeri Staal's puzzle game Flooded Village: Xmas Eve 3. Like the original game and its previous seasonal spinoff, the goal is to get water (or ice!) when you need it by clicking to remove different squares on the board, with a limit placed on how many times you can do so. Different things, like pirates and trees, react in different ways to certain elements, and you're trying to make everything happy. Water makes the pirate ships float and trees sprout, while ice spread through any water it touches and freezes pirates solid (bad) but turns grown trees into Christmas trees (good!). If you've played the other games, then the vast majority of this one will feel very familiar, but if you've been itching for a little festive flooded puzzlery, then Flooded Village: Xmas Eve 3 is the perfect choice to kick back with some hot chocolate and your best tacky, itchy Christmas sweater.

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Level 18 seems a little evil, still working on this one.


Happened upon the solution by accident, but I'll take it. Didn't realize certain blocks acted a certain way.


Aha! Ice doesn't move through switches.


@Indie Gee

Correct! (and don't forget spoiler tags)

https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawnrLT_DgOiK7Leoj0eRHY69GNEFT33XtTU December 10, 2014 10:26 AM

Gave up on 15.


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