Pipe Push Paradise is a seriously difficult puzzle game about plumbing and connecting pipes to keep the water flowing.
You've arrived on a lonely island faced with a hero's calling. The island's plumber has been out of commission for a while and the residents are counting on you to get the water running again. They could all really use a shower.
In order to help, you'll need to push, flip and roll pipes all across the island in some of the most challenging puzzles out there! The minimalist tile-based gameplay is super simple but the puzzles are anything but, each offering a unique idea and problem to solve, and filled with surprises and new mechanics.
With an art style that wouldn't look out of place in a dusty old travel guide to Puerto Rico and a relaxing bossa nova guitar soundtrack, Pipe Push Paradise is bound to satisfy any serious puzzle lover.
Rise to the occasion and restore this paradise to its former glory!
Fixed a level freezing bug
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So nice, I bought it twice.
Love this game on the Switch, so I bought it here too. Excited to see another high quality puzzle game on iOS. If you enjoy challenging puzzle games in the vein of “The Witness” or “Snakebird”, you’ll very likely enjoy this one. Puzzles are difficult without feeling arbitrary, with each one feeling tidy and self-contained. The entire game is built upon a spare few mechanics, and it really wrings as much content as possible from them.
Each one leads to sort of an “aha!” moment when you figure it out. I appreciate that each puzzle is built around a central idea or theme, and that once you grasp that idea, the puzzle becomes easy. Too often the difficulty of a puzzle is artificially inflated through a challenging means of execution.
Speaking of which, the touch-based controls work much better than I would have expected. One addition I would like to see is the ability to cancel the drawing of a movement path. Also, it’s icon text on home screen gets truncated. I could see it being shortened to “PPP” or even just “PushPipe” heck I dunno.
More fun that it looks
With the freezing bug fixed I’ve now completed every puzzle in the game (not spoiling anything, but there’s a nice surprise after level 50).
With good spatial awareness the puzzles are not as hard as they may seem at first, but due to the diversity of solutions from puzzle to puzzle they are all fun to solve and are minimally repetitive. I only wish there was more content, as well as some “beyond expert” puzzles. That being said, this is the best puzzle game on iOS.
Pipe Flipping Seems Arbitrary
Maybe it’s me but whether the angled pipe flip or move at times seems arbitrary. Figured out the easy puzzles but quite a few of the medium ones I haven’t been able to solve. The limitations of the girl on the board are frustrating. Probably won’t finish this game but will delete it.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.