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Nelly's Rooftop Garden

Nelly's Rooftop Garden - 1.0

Alex Holkner (alexkidd)

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A physics-based puzzle game written for PyWeek 2. Nelly needs to water her rooftop garden, but the pumps have broken. If only there were some way to transform water into a gas that could float up to the rooftop and water the plants! Your task is to water the plants in each scenario using the steam provided by the kettle. Steam will condense into water when it comes into contact with a cold metal bar. Water may evaporate into steam if it hits a hot object. There are 15 levels, a free-play mode and a level editor. Enjoy!

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Home Page: http://www.partiallydisassembled.net/nelly
Source: http://www.partiallydisassembled.net/nelly/nelly-1.0.tar.gz

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Nelly's Rooftop Garden - 1.0 - Apr 22, 2006

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May 2, 2007 9:27am - Martin Robin Son - nickname: (salopar) - 4/5
exellent and addictive , i wish i have a more powerfull computer (kinda slow)
April 19, 2007 11:14am - James Paige - nickname: (jamespaige) - 5/5
I really love this game. very clean, simple, well-put-together, and fun to play... Although no matter what I do, I cannot beat level 10 :P
January 7, 2007 4:18pm - Jeremy Appleyard - nickname: (tga)
Hmm, can't get it to work. Some sort of error in PyOpenGL. Does it work with the latest version, or only older versions?
August 12, 2006 8:20pm - Ryan Charpentier - nickname: (ryan) - 5/5
Reminds me of the old sierra release "The Incredible Machine". I like how this game makes you think up some interesting solutions to the levels. Level editor is nice too.

Obviously a lot of work went into this and it really shows.
August 9, 2006 7:14pm - Anonymous - nickname: () - 5/5
In a period that it's hard to see a good game that's not a clone, it's with great surprise that i play this game. Excellent.
August 6, 2006 12:45am - Richard Jones - nickname: (richard) - 4/5
This is such a cool idea. It's well-executed too, with the level editor bundled with the game.

I'd personally like to see less water bounce. Sometimes it can get quite energetic and look a little silly.
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