Number of Players
1 (Single Player)
Release Date

PlayStation 3

  • EU 25th Jan 2012
Also Available On
Controller Support


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Puddle News

  • News Puddle Drops Onto PSN Next Wednesday

    Making a splash

    Konami's Puddle finally comes to the PlayStation Store next week. The wet puzzler lands in Europe on Wednesday for an as-yet unspecified price. It supports PlayStation Move or traditional DualShock controllers. Konami makes a splash with Puddle on XBLA® and PlayStation®Network Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH today confirmed the...

  • News Puddle Makes a Splash on PSN in November

    Sorry about that

    Konami's liquid PSN puzzler Puddle looks like an interesting use of PlayStation Move, and at least as interesting as the rather-similar-actually Fluidity on WiiWare. The inevitable result of Move's motion controls and a game about fluids, you tilt the controller to funnel the liquids through a series of mazes, avoiding fire,...

  • News Konami Making a Puddle on Move

    Fluid puzzler drops in

    A water-based puzzle game with motion controls will sound familiar to readers of our sister site Nintendo Life, as last year saw the excellent Fluidity/Hydroventure on WiiWare. Now Konami is set to bring a title that looks similar on the surface to PlayStation Move: Puddle. Like Fluidity, you use your motion controller — in...

About The Game

Players guide their respective liquid by tilting the environment, balancing each fluid’s unique properties with the environmental factors of gravity, friction, and each course’s obstacles.

Players can only see one small section of a stage at a time, thus Puddle will offer plenty of unexpected twists, keeping players alert and ready for the next challenge. Puddle for the PlayStation® Network also supports motion controls using the Playstation® Move or Sixaxis controller.

Puddle began as a student project and duly won a Student Showcase prize at the Independent Gaming Festival at the Game Developer’s Conference 2010. It arrives now as a fully-fledged downloadable game unlike anything players have experienced before.