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41. Posted: Mon 13th Dec 2010 12:32 GMT
Wow! You already 100 percented it! That's great to hear someone is enjoying Fluidity as much as me. So, since you got every Rainbow drop perhaps you could help me with one that I absolutely cannot figure out how to get. Ok so I'm in the last area but haven't really played in it much. I have played there enough to get the **SPOILERS** squirt ability**SPOILERS**. So, I'm pretty sure I've got all abilities now. There is this one drop in the first area that I just can't figure out. It's the one for watering all the flowers on the left-most page of the world. I have all but 1 flower watered and I know exactly where that flower is. It's in the horizontally long corridor right above the house with the rubber ducks. There is a stone wall blocking the area of the corridor containing a puzzle piece and an un-watered flower. Normally, I would just through ice at the stone to break it but as far as I can see there is literally no way to get myself into that area in ice form. I have studied and surveyed the area and its just damn impossible! Please help me with this problem. Its seriously bothering me to no end!
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42. Posted: Mon 13th Dec 2010 14:39 GMT
That flower and puzzle piece took me a while to figure out as well. If you go to the panel where you need to be ice and bounce up to the top, there's a hidden path at the top on the left. This hidden path will let you enter the area (from the bottom) and break the wall. After breaking the wall, go to one of the change pads and turn back to water and slosh your way to the flower pot. Hope that helps
I hope there's a sequel in the future.
43. Posted: Mon 13th Dec 2010 14:57 GMT
OMG! Thank you so much! You just took such a freakin load off my mind. I'm kind of mad though cuz now it seems so damn obvious they better make a sequel! I'm thinking 3DSWare would lend itself well to a fluidity sequel.
44. Posted: Mon 13th Dec 2010 21:37 GMT
I liked the demo a lot. I thought the game controlled beautifully and it's a perfect use for motion control - can't be more intuitive, and it works great. Well, actually I did find that the camera sometimes was problematic. I wanted to look over here, but it insisted upon looking over there. Not a big problem, but I did notice that once or twice in the demo. Still, the $12 price tag has me balking. I wish they'd priced it at $10, then I'd have gotten it for sure. I suppose it's only $2, but then it's only $2, so they should have priced it at $10!
45. Posted: Tue 14th Dec 2010 03:23 GMT
corbie said something about a pinball machine in here. Do you actually get to play it, and if so, does it save hi scores like regular pinball machines?
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46. Posted: Tue 14th Dec 2010 03:27 GMT
@LTG: Its not really a score kind of pinball machine. You just kick the ball around to try and get the Rainbow Drop and Puzzle Piece out of it. You can go back and play it anytime but there is no score to be held.
47. Posted: Tue 14th Dec 2010 03:29 GMT
48. Posted: Sat 26th Feb 2011 05:22 GMT
Just finished it. Excellent game, one of the best on wiiware. The only problem is the final boss level. It isn't fun. It is punishing, maybe not Cave Story punishing, but it breaks the overall wonder of the game. Still, the rest is such a fantastic experience that it overcomes this problem (and really, for a game that has to be 10+ hours long, the final boss is a small part).The locoroco comparisons end as soon as you start getting increased water powers and at that point, there really isn't anything else out there like fluidity.
Edited on Sat 26th February, 2011 @ 05:23 by vherub
49. Posted: Thu 22nd Dec 2011 03:10 GMT
Awesome Club Nintendo reward game.
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50. Posted: Fri 10th Aug 2012 01:14 BST
This is being offered at Club Nintendo for 150 coins again. I'd recommend this game to anyone who enjoys platformers and puzzlers.
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