Pipe Push Paradise is a classic puzzle game in which we manipulate single water pipes, connecting them into properly functioning water installations. The producer of the title is Corey Martin, an independent musician and programmer from Montreal, Canada, who has several small titles for PCs. Pipe Push Paradise is the developer's first large and commercial project and his debut on consoles.
During the game in Pipe Push Paradise we move to a small tropical island divided into 47 colorful levels. The title offers a simple storyline presented in the form of short dialogues with the inhabitants of the island. The action is observed from isometric view. Our task is to build properly functioning water installations, using scattered pieces of pipes, which we adjust to each other, moving them on the grid-covered boards. The initial levels are quite simple, but over time the challenges we face become more and more difficult. We have to plan every movement wisely, because new obstacles will appear on the map, as well as panels that roll over pipes.
Pipe Push Paradise uses the popular Unity engine. The game has a clear and minimalist three-dimensional graphic design. The party is accompanied by a relaxing soundtrack.
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PC / Windows
Minimum: Dual Core 1.8 GHz, 2 GB RAM, graphic card Intel HD 3000 or better, 500 MB HDD, Windows 7