Vessel Previews - PC

Game Description: Vessel is an upcoming platformer in which the invention of liquid automaton Fluro has transformed civilization as we know it.
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    Vessel Hands-On Preview


    Liquid-based puzzle platformer Vessel features an adventurer protagonist on a mission to deal with his out of control liquid automatons, and Adam Sessler gets a hands-on demo from Strange Loop Games Studio Head John Krajewski.

    Posted: Feb 29, 2012 | 2,184 Views | 03:22

  • Best of 2012: Best Puzzle/Strategy Game, Voice Acting and Remake

    Posted: December 5, 2012

    2,854 Views | 00:43

  • Vessel Video Review

    Posted: March 26, 2012

    3,245 Views | 02:05

  • Indie Games: I Am Alive, Vessel & Journey Review

    Posted: March 15, 2012

    6,094 Views | 03:15

  • Vessel Hands-On Preview

    Posted: February 29, 2012

    2,184 Views | 03:22

  • Vessel Trailer X-Play Exclusive

    Posted: February 8, 2012

    2,559 Views | 02:08


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