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Pipe Dream

Pipe Dream (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Distinctive Software

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/??/1990

Reader Reviews

Pipe Dream review

Reviewed January 22, 2004

siegfried says: "I'm usually not a big fan of puzzlers, but Pipe Dream nevertheless enthralled me thanks to its simple designs and a totally intuitive game play. As you may have guessed, this game revolves around pipes, your main objective being to build consistent pipelines to allow a white sticky liquid to flow through it. The core principles are really that simple, but of course, the game itself is challenging and very tough (near the end) while never losing its charm. "
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