Hands-on video: Sprinkle Islands now available on Google Play


Those little blue alien just can’t seem to catch a break. There’s a good chance many of you have downloaded, played, and fell in love with Sprinkle, one of the freshest puzzle games to hit the Android Market when it debuted back in 2011. We’ve been following the development for awhile and today, after 2 long years, Mediocre is ready to set the world ablaze with the full fledged sequel, Sprinkle Islands.

Sprinkle Islands screenshots

Once again, the planet Titan is on fire, this time from the fire-ridden debri left behind from an intergalactic garbage truck and of course, it’s up to you to put out the fires and save the planet’s inhabitants.

Armed with only a makeshift firetruck, you’ll use realistic water and object physics to overcome obstacles using buttons, elevators, and even fighting bosses. The worthy sequel features 48 levels that span across 4 islands along with more water than ever before. You can find Sprinkle Islands in the free demo version, or the full $2 paid version.

[Sprinkle Islands on Google Play $2 | Sprinkle Islands (free)]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. “squirt, squirt, skeet, skeet” Put it on a t-shirt. lol

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