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Pipe Dreams - Awesome New Game From Epic Applications

By Bla1ze on 1 Sep 2009 12:22 pm EDT

Epic Applications is back with a brand new game for everyone. Since the description for the game really is the best way to get the point across (other then just saying the game is wicked awesome), I'll just post that for everyone.

Fast paced and challenging, Pipe Dreams is a race against the clock to create a pipe structure that controls and directs the flow of water. Points are earned for each square water flows through; however, the game is lost if the water leaks at any point.
Each level begins with a randomly located water main. A series of pipe pieces are given to you. Place them together as quickly as you can to form the longest chain possible. Once the timer runs out, water begins to flow and the pressure mounts!
If you get enough points for the round, you move on to the next round where the water comes quicker, flows faster, and more points are needed to move on. In between rounds, you can save your progress and return to it another time.
Pipe Dreams features 4 difficulty modes -- Easy to Expert. As the difficulty increases, the water flows faster and starts sooner, flooding the screen and requiring quick reflexes. Graduate to Expert and you will face additional challenges -- like the inability to swap-out existing pipe segments.

Fun factor here is awesome and with an infinite amount of levels to go through, you will always find this game challenging to say the least. Compatible with any device OS 4.6+ , check Pipe Dreams out. As a special offer from Epic applications you can grab it now until September 4th for only $2.99.

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Pipe Dreams - Awesome New Game From Epic Applications


Pipe Dreams - Awesome New Game From Epic Applications
pretty sure this game is copy righted check out pogo.com a game called overflow its the exact game overflow was created years upon years ago neat game and all

I bought this, but since I'm at work I haven't had a chance to try it out yet. I'm thinking I'll try it before bed tonight!

This is very similar to a game included with Windows 98 called Pipes? I think. I liked that one and I hope I like your version as well.

This game has a ton of custom graphics, and is quite polished. $3 is more than fair for all the time invested.

Same as the old original Nintendo game Pipe Dream. Add an "S" to the end, make it mobile and sell it for cheap...I like it!

I bought it as well for my Bold and I experienced the same problem. Scrolling down (UN-highlighting the difficulty setting)and then pressing your trackball actually allows you to start the game. Sometimes it works on the first try, sometimes it doesn't and you have to do it a few times. Once the games gets going though, everything works great.

Also, after completing a level or game, the dimensions of the dialog screen that comes up seem to be off as well, as buttons and text included are cut off.

Great Game, but needs an update to fix a few small bugs

A fix is on the way for this. The root cause is using larger fonts than the default, causing the screen to be too big. The work around is to just scroll down and press the trackball, or to decrease your font size.

hey why dont you guys stop complaining about the price, maybe the deveolpers want to actually make a profit from the work they put in making the game. Seriously its 2.99 you cheap losers. If you want to complain about the price then maybe you should get a job so you can actually pay for these apps, or even better, maybe you should get your lazy asses back to work.