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Liquid Measure 3

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Game Description

Part three in the series. Route water to the pots to fill them all. Move the pieces to the right place to control the flow.

Liquid Measure 3 Gameplay

Content RatingAll Ages
Release DateMay 4, 2017
DeveloperSmartcode

70356 plays

Cannoneer13

almost 4 years ago

Too difficult sometimes.

REDLOVES2PLAY

almost 4 years ago

PLEASE HELP I CANT FIGURE OUT LVL 14

bluebiz

over 5 years ago

People are really voting down the game because they can't figure out a level? It's a great game. Simple and challenging. My only issue is that I have solved level 28 and it's saying I failed!

bluebiz

over 5 years ago

People are really voting down the game because they can't figure out a level? It's a great game. Simple and challenging. My only issue is that I have solved level 28 and it's saying I failed!

willije

over 5 years ago

Nice game; Bug lvl22 (might be others also). If you direct the water into edge of screen, the graphics fail.

willije

over 5 years ago

Nice game; Bug lvl22 (might be others also). If you direct the water into edge of screen, the graphics fail.

Soniccrt

over 5 years ago

Great fun. btw, in level 9 you put the triple under the 2 tank, and double under the 3 tank. then put the buckets under so that they both get filled :)

Soniccrt

over 5 years ago

Great fun. btw, in level 9 you put the triple under the 2 tank, and double under the 3 tank. then put the buckets under so that they both get filled :)

baums547

over 5 years ago

Fun game. Finally beat it. Just a tip, not all the pieces are needed in every level. Only big problem I have is the screen is cluttered at times with unnecessary pieces that make it hard to follow where the water will flow to when you are trying to solve it.

baums547

over 5 years ago

Fun game. Finally beat it. Just a tip, not all the pieces are needed in every level. Only big problem I have is the screen is cluttered at times with unnecessary pieces that make it hard to follow where the water will flow to when you are trying to solve it.