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Rating: 4.3/5 (41 votes)
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Lori.hWater, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink. At least, not till it's measured into the correct portions and poured into the right container. Smart Code Games has returned again, adding Liquid Measure 3: Crystal Water Pack to its treasure chest of golden puzzle games. Thirty more levels of brain teasing fun in much more sanitary conditions than in the previous Poison Pack. Crystal Water Pack, doesn't come with instructions however, but the basic idea has stayed the same; arrange the pipes to split the water and fill up the containers with no more and no less than what it states on it without losing a drop.

Play all the Liquid Measure games:
Liquid MeasureLiquid Measure 2Liquid Measure 2: Dark Fluid Level PackLiquid Measure 3Liquid Measure 3: Poison Pack

Crystal Water Pack continues the greatness of its parent game, Liquid Measure 3. However, the difficulty of the levels lacks a steady increasing slope. Some levels are solved with just a quick look, while others have you hitting your head against the desk and building shrines to the plumbing gods for even a few hints (or you could just ask in the comments if you want to do it the easy way). But the fluctuating difficulty has an upside to it, as after a level of a particularly mind-melting puzzle, a quick solution is a good breather and ego booster. While none of the game mechanics have changed, the puzzles are new and stimulating. Crystal Water Pack is a great addition to a great series. Feel free to jump right in brain first. No worries, the water's crystal clear.

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3 Comments

shipoopie June 5, 2014 7:52 PM

There used to be an iOS game called Alchemedes. When I saw the title of this I thought someone had cloned it.

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Sylocat June 5, 2014 10:50 PM

After completing it, I watched the walkthrough just to find out how I was "supposed" to do the levels I'd found shortcuts on.

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This reminds me of the card game Waterworks by Milton Bradley.
Except Waterworks was better, because it came with little tiny wrenches.
Still, this game is pretty good.

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