Liquid Electronics

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Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media
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Fun, unique, challenging test of precision tilting skill.

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Ease of Play

To control the game, all you need to do is tilt your device to slide around the globs of liquid, but make no mistake, the game is tough.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Liquid Electronics is a simple game to learn, but a very tough one to master. There are several different game modes, but in all of them, the main goal is to tilt your device and slide globs of colored liquid around on a field of lights. In some modes, you need to hit and trigger the lights in a certain order, in others you need to chase down lights and slide into them before they go out, and in the hardest type, you need to split your globule into multiple drops and guide all of them to different lights simultaneously.

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Is it any good?

LIQUID ELECTRONICS has a very modern, hi-res look, but a fun, retro feel to its sound effects and voice-overs, almost as if this app were the descendant of those Tiger Electronics handheld games from the '80s. It makes for very nice overall package. The multiple game modes, each of which has a slightly different twist on the rules, can help stretch out the game's shelf-life, too. Certain modes, especially those that involve multiple droplets, can feel overly challenging at times, so be sure to allow yourself a big learning curve.

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