Fluidic puzzle-platformer Puddle is slip-sliding its way onto PlayStation Vita "soon," developer Neko Entertainment has announced. You'll get to fling physics-simulated liquids around everywhere from laboratories and children's drawings to sewers and inside the human body.
The Vita seems a fine fit for Puddle with its gyroscopic controls, as you play by rotating the world, rather than directly controlling the wet stuff. It also offers touch pad controls, if you fancy.
Puddle first popped into the public eye in 2010, winning the Student Showcase prize at the Independent Gaming Festival. Konami picked it up to published Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network editions, which came out this January, but Neko's self-publishing on Vita.