New gameplay mechanics thru forty eight all-new ranges hit Google Play
Sprinkle is an extremely popular game that has been around since 2011 (yes, that long), and today developer Mediocre has finally released a much-anticipated follow up title: Sprinkle Islands. Known more recently for releasing the also-popular game Granny Smith, the developers haven’t been asleep at the wheel when it comes to a sequel to Sprinkle. Islands picks up where the original game left off, adding new game mechanics and improved graphics that were already top-of-the-line.
The latest iteration of Sprinkle hits Google Play today, so let’s take a little deeper look at the game after the break.
If you’re familiar with the original Sprinkle game, you’ll feel right at home with Sprinkle Islands. The game has improved its control scheme for those who have never played as well, which is better for everyone. Rather than having independent controls for moving the arm up and down and another for controlling angle, the controls are now a simple single swipe to control both the arm and the angle. The red button to control water shooting is still here, accented by a more pronounced water level indicator on the right side of the screen.
As for the actual gameplay, Sprinkle Islands evolves the original game’s idea to now include more interactive level elements and a moving fire truck. Instead of staying put at one end of the level and shooting at the other, you now move through different portions one “stage” at a time, passing obstacles and putting out fires. Some levels include interactive portions that require button taps to manipulate the level, adding onto the increased “puzzle” nature of the game.
Simply as was once the case with the unique, you can be experiencing extraordinarily top of the range portraits, sound and physics all over Sprinkle Islands. Mediocre went out of its manner once more to offer an ideal physics engine to energy the water and objects, pushing issues additional with unending oceans and swimming pools in every stage.
Sprinkle Islands hits Google Play nowadays for the good worth of $ 1.ninety nine, which contains forty eight full-featured ranges spanned throughout 4 completely different island-themed environments. If you are simply having a look to get your ft moist (pardon the pun) sooner than shopping for the whole recreation, there may be additionally a free model in order to supply a style of the primary eight ranges of the sequence.
We discovered Sprinkle Islands to be a precious successor to the a hit unique recreation, and cannot wait to play via it from begin to end.