The incredibly challenging and addictive Super Splatters! With elastic suicidal blobs and extraordinary liquid physics that actually affect the way you play, Super Splatters delivers fresh gameplay, ripe with tons of tricks to explore.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (95 reviews)
Release Date: Jun 26, 2013
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"Showed at PAX East 2013 - Chosen as much for its rewarding gameplay as its bizarre art style, "


“Peggle’s stickiness allied to World of Goo’s charm”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

“Everything Super Splatters throws at you encourages an enthusiastic “More, please!””
4.5/5 – GameZebo

“Super Splatters is a puzzler you just can’t put down”
8/10 – Gaming Nexus

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About This Game

Get ready for the incredibly challenging and addictive Super Splatters!

In Super Splatters you'll be throwing a band of semi-suicidal Splatters across the stage, blowing them up in an attempt to ignite a series of explosions. But unlike other flinging games, shooting here is really just your opening move.

Perform crazy stunts, boost your speed on slides, invent your own moves, redirect your shots, or even merge several blobs together - all in an attempt to reach the most spectacular finale that will amaze your in-game fans!

With elastic suicidal blobs and extraordinary liquid physics that actually affect the way you play, Super Splatters delivers fresh gameplay, ripe with tons of tricks to explore. Play it causally or get into the combo-hungry-fast-paced-action-packed-arcade-mayhem - it’s really up to you!

Key Features:

  • Cheerful suicidal Splatters - in colors!!!
  • Discover an arsenal of mind boggling stunts.
  • Painfully challenging and positively addictive.
  • Combo system that rewards recklessness.
  • Crude humor.
  • Batteries included.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows XP SP3 or better
    • Processor:1.8Ghz dual core or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or better
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 500 MB HD space
    • Additional Notes: Latest drivers for your graphics card are highly recommended.
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: 2.0Ghz dual core or better
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce 240 GT or ATI Radeon™ HD 5000+ or better
    • OS: OSX 10.7 (10.8.4+ required with Intel HD graphics)
    • Processor: 1.8Ghz dual core or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or better
    • Hard Drive: 500Mb
    • Intel HD graphics users: Due to a known bug in Intel drivers, game will not work with Intel cards and OSX lower than 10.8.4.
      Mac version doesn't support controller.
    • Processor: 1.8Ghz dual core or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or better
    • Hard Drive: 500Mb
Helpful customer reviews
25 of 31 people (81%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 30
Note: Video review embedded below.

Few games are as happy to be here as Super Splatters.

Its delightfully tongue-in-cheek writing and happy-go-lucky characters are quite literally bursting with charm, flinging their jelly-like bodies around the stage before exploding into gooey cascades to the cheers of their insatiable audience. Super Splatters is so unconcerned with being taken seriously, so committed to making you laugh and smile, that it’s hard not to forgive some of its more frustrating parts for the sake of how much fun it’s having.

Super Splatters is all about skill in an environment you wouldn’t expect to demand it. Your goal isn’t to do good yourself, but impress the audience watching you and in turn earn fans to help propel you to the next level of splatter stardom. You do this by making an absolute mess, shooting your wiggly body toward small balls you need to cover with your explosive fluids in order to clear a level. The challenge is you’re only given a limited number of goo-people and balls are typically spaced out so as to require a lot of tricky maneuvering to catch them all.

For a game seemingly aimed at more casual players, Super Splatters has an abundant amount of depth in its scoring system and outrageously difficult level designs later on. Different shots activate stunts, the more of which you chain together the higher your combo gets and the more fans you’ll receive. This becomes fiendishly complex when you have to deal with multiple colors, required stunts, and an increasing number of spikes ready to prematurely split you open.

Issues only arise when Super Splatters’ somewhat luck based design begins to feel as if it’s working against you. As you’re required to clear every level entirely, it’s not uncommon to end up with a single ball remaining do to you goo somehow not penetrating a stack enough, or slipping through the floor faster than you’d anticipate. Later stages are positively infuriating at times, testing my patience with little in the way of direction, and losing much of the cheerful dialogue that made earlier levels such a joy.

Maybe that’s a bit of a baseless complaint though as there isn’t ever a reason you’re forced to play past a comfortable difficulty. Super Splatters is fully focused on giving you as much or as little a challenge as you want, so outside of completionists there’s never a forceful urging to push you outside your comfort zone. And that’s something I find really refreshing: a game so completely devoted to having a ridiculously good time that you can’t help but enjoy yourself.
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 1
Addictive gameplay + neat liquid physics + time manipulation = hours of time wasting brilliance. Great for 15 minute breaks.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 3
Humble Bundle, thank you.
Picked this game up a while back... Now lets go to town on it.

Easy to control

This game will hold your hand like your mom in a supermarket
You will have to sit through dialogue. This is a game that does not need dialogue.
This game will become extremely easy.

Super Splatters. I picked this game up in Humble Bundle 14. Pretty nice bargains so I decided, why not?
Got this and a couple of my favorite PC games in it. Lets get back to this game.
There's not much to say about it.
You point and shoot. Not like FPS point and shoot. You literally click where you want to go and shoot that way.
Not much else to it. This game is a game that you wouldn't really play to get good at.
It's more like what I'd like to call a "pick up, put down" game. Meaning, you just pick this up when you're bored and put it down when you've found something better to do.
The bright and flashy colors will keep you entertained for maybe 15 to 20 minutes. That's as long as it will take. It's pretty much a flash game, but made for people who are too lazy to search on Google.

This game holds your hand. Like literally. I get that there are tutorials, but sometimes I just like to throw myself into a game and learn on the go. Not like this one needs explanation, but still. I feel like I'm 5 whenever I start a new stage.

Dialogue is not a thing that needs to happen in this game. I've played flash games just like this and some of them still stick out more than this. You know what they didn't have? Dialogue. You don't need it. It's just sort of a break in the game. You want to start moving, but here comes yellow splatter to tell you how to impale yourself on a spike. Yippee. I feel as if it's an intentional thing. Maybe the creators are trying to psych us out.

This game gets super duper easy. How easy? I'm going to answer this question with a question. How easy do you think it is to breathe? I'm quite sure (Unless you have asthma. If you're reading this and you do have asthma, I'm super sorry) breathing comes naturally to most humans. This game will teach you to flip and say it's gonna get challenging from here on.

It doesn't. I've found myself just flipping multiple times for a better score/3 stars. It almost seems as if all of the tutorials, dialogue and handholding were unnecessary to even include within the game.

This game, as I said earlier, was most likely not made for extensive periods of play. It's a game that you can pick up and put down at will and forget about.
With flashy colors and simplistic controls, this game handles well and looks great.
The dialogue will seem a bit unnecessary. You'll have to deal with it sometimes.

I'm gonna give this game a gracious 6.5/10.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 14
Great game, took away an hour very fast.
- Love the talking from the reds and greens and masters.
- Lots of fun, lots of sparkles! Pretty maps and great atmosphere in game.
Enjoy gaining the combos up and the TV idea is so fun to watch others if you get stuck :P
I enjoyed it so far!
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3 of 6 people (50%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 13
The easiest franchise to draw a parallel to here is Worms, because both games absolutely refuse to be serious, even when your little squishy dudes are blithely hurling themselves to their apparent doom. Like, that red smear on the landscape? That was Kevin. He wanted to be a dentist.

Kevin? Wake up, Kevin. Pull yourself together.

Look how many Youtube hits you got.

You're a star, Kevin.

A star...
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