About the Product
- 24 Unique Buildings
- 10 Different Containers and Tools
- Real Time Simulation
- 44 Achievements
- 3 Levels of Difficulty
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Pouring rain and never-ending threats put buildings as you know them in danger. They desperately need your help! You are an elite drip collector and manage the Disaster Response Team. With a team of tools and water collecting and building fixing skills, you will travel across the USA and visit 24 exciting cities on your mission to ensure the safety of each building from the severe storms and their devastating weather conditions.
From inside small houses to towering skyscrapers, containers like pans, buckets, and barrels will have to be moved around the floors to catch the dripping water and then be emptied to save the buildings from extreme damage, flooding, and destruction. The water dumped out of windows will earn you money so other containers and tools can be bought to keep the buildings standing. And while you're at it, watch out for the Insane Lightning Storms!
Drip Drip is a unique 2D based arcade strategy/time management game with easy to use point and click controls.
24 unique buildings - Travel from Mansions to Apartment Slums to Towering Skyscrapers, each with varying heights and increased difficulty. 10 different containers and tools that can be leveled up to Super Power abilities. Real time water drop and puddle simulation, and real time weather effects. 44 Achievements to unlock! 3 levels of difficulty – Easy for the casual beginner, Medium for the experienced gamer, and Hard for the hard-core gamer looking for a tough challenge.
|OS:||PC - Win 7, Vista and XP|
|Processor:||Core 2 Duo 2 GHz|
|Hard Drive:||200 MB|
|Video Card:||ATI Radeon 2600 256MB or comparable|
Top Customer Reviews
The game as it is is pretty frantic. It requires you to deal with a lot of things going wrong on the fly. New issues will crop up as levels go on, and if you are lucky, sometimes things like UFOs will appear to attempt to ruin your day.
It's hard, and in some ways it works better that way. The game gets a bit repetitive even beyond all of the busywork it has you do. And it does feel like busy work rather than fun on some levels, because once you basically 'solve' the problem, it changes things up and makes you do it again. Which at that point just feels like the game decided you didn't click enough, or burn away enough time on that specific map.
Also another issue comes from controls and the interface. The interface itself is cumbersome, and I never felt entirely happy with it. And the controls are okay, except for when they decide not to register commands. It didn't happen often, but it happened enough that I don't think it was a fluke. The screen edge scrolling is also really unresponsive, and further adds to the control and interface woes.
Overall, this is a simple timewaster that could have been more fun than it turned out to be, thanks to some design and execution problems. Though I didn't hate the game, I doubt I'll ever play it again. While I don't doubt that some people would really like this game, there was just enough annoyances in it to turn me off of it.
I consider myself more tolerant than most when it comes to visual fidelity but this game is unworkably broken.
That said it's very clear the problem is some sort of technical issue and not necessarily a game flaw. If they can fix it so you can play then I'm certain it can be a very tolerable time management game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I truly enjoyed playing this fun and entertaining game. It brought out the child within! I highly recommend this new game to all children large and small. Check it out! Read morePublished on March 1, 2014 by Todd C.
Overall, Drip Drip is a fun game that is light enough to appeal to players of all ages. There are three difficulty levels, so kids and adults alike will be able to pick what kind... Read morePublished on December 23, 2013 by Dad's Gaming Addiction
This addictively simple game will give you hours of fun. Increasing difficulty makes it approachable but not childishly easy, highly recommendedPublished on October 29, 2013 by Michael Metke
Not a big fan. Wouldn't suggest it. Extremely basic, got it for free and somehow I want my money back.Published on September 6, 2013 by Z. Cherry
This is a very enjoyable and challenging game. Levels are repetitive but increase in the level of difficulty. Great fun for kids.Published on August 17, 2013 by Lou