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Lumiappaday #138: Enigmo demoed on the Nokia Lumia 710 #XboxLive

| April 1, 2012 | 1 Reply

Enigmo is a great little physics puzzle game where you have to direct a specific droplets (falling from a dropper) towards a specific container. Tap to move and you can rotate their position or double tab them to return them to the side. To help you in this task are a bunch of equipment that alters the flow of the droplets, from slides, bounces, sponges etc. You’ll need to use them in various combinations to redirect the flow of droplets. There are apparently three types of fluid in this game, water, oil and lava droplets.  Pinch zoom in to see a closer view and refine the movements, zoom back out to see where the overall flow should be headed.

It is a stunning game, very smooth and fluid (hopefully it comes across in the video). The Nokia Lumia 710 is my little sister’s new phone.

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#138) Enigmo

Price: £2.29

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Link: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-GB/apps/0f4cf335-326c-e011-81d2-78e7d1fa76f8

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQdUtWUQD-A

Developer Blurb:

 Enigmo is the most unique game that you’ll find for the Windows Phone 7.  It is a 3D puzzle game where you manipulate slides, bumpers, and other pieces to control streams of flowing liquid.  Water, oil, and lava droplets fall from “droppers” and will bounce around the walls of a puzzle.  You move and rotate the various puzzle pieces in order to divert the flow of the falling droplets so that they can reach their target.  The faster you complete each level, the more bonus points you will receive!

Rating:

Design: 10

Usability: 10

Performance: 10

Price: 9

Touch more expensive than app store (30p) but still a very well priced game.

Conclusion:

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Category: Applications, Lumiappaday, Nokia, Windows Phone, XboxLive

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