Indie developers Strange Loop Games will be bringing their fluid-physics based puzzle-platformer, Vessel, to Steam on 1 March. In a curious twist to the usual state of affairs regarding console and PC release dates, Xbox Live and PlayStation Network versions will follow later.
Vessel concerns the doings of Arkwright, a chap who’s invented some fluid friends called Fluros. These guys can melt, regrow limbs and even combine with other fluids; all of which handily shows off Strange Loop Games’ self-designed Vessel Engine.
The game was nominated for awards in both the 13th Annual Independent Game Festival and the 2010 Indie Game Challenge. It’ll set you back $15 USD when it’s released in March.
For a clearer idea how the Fluros work, have a look at this trailer (originally shown during PAX 2011).


Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

    World of Warplanes introduces the Germans [Video]

    Previous article

    A Few Minutes with Dustforce [Video]

    Next article

    You may also like

    More in News