Aqueduct takes a page from those popular classic pipeline-type puzzle games, bringing the same challenging gameplay to your touch-screen iPhone or iPod Touch. Like many online versions of the game, the mission in Aqueduct is to use available tiles to create a pipeline between a spigot and drain before you turn on the water supply. Aqueduct adds to the old pipeline formula by including conveyor belt tiles, teleports, door switches, and more, to create a fun and challenging time-waster that's easy to pick up and play wherever you are.
When we first started playing Aqueduct, we weren't immediately impressed because the first several levels are pretty easy to get past. But once you get deep into the second tier of puzzle levels, it can get plenty challenging, and with more than 140 unique puzzles, you'll be forced to come up with creative ways to get the water from point A to point B. Eerie music and sounds and good-looking (if simple) graphics round out the Aqueduct experience. Overall, if you want something that's a bit slower paced than other action titles and requires a tad more thought than just hitting the fire button, you should definitely try Aqueduct.