Though WiiWare isn't the most robust platform out there, a few games made the service worthwhile, including the watery puzzle adventure Fluidity. Now the storybook aesthetics and motion controls are coming to the 3DS in Fluidity: Spin Cycle, but this one makes full use of the handheld's motion sensors. As you'll see in the above video, you use physics to move a puddle through obstacles and switches, and you'll be turning your 3DS around and around to reach the goals. You'll find Fluidity: Spin Cycle on the 3DS eShop by the end of the year.
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