Aqua Rotation is a challenging online skill game for kids where you have to guide a rotating submarine through an underwater maze. You play the role of Harry Stomper, a rogue submarine pilot who has to save the world all by himself by plugging up 8 mysterious wormholes that have appeared at the bottom of the ocean. Secret Officials at the Hexagon have designed special Plugs and shipped them to Harry so he can drop them in the holes to save the day.
These holes cause everything in the water to spin, so it’s fiendishly tricky to control the submarine through the maze and plug the hole. Squeeze the sub through tiny gaps, and plan and judge when to make your move. Timing is also key in this game – you have to choose the right moment to progress through parts of the maze, or else you’ll hit off the sides.
If you crash the submarine off anything, it breaks apart and you have to start all over again. There’s also plenty of trial and error required, so try to be patient. You’ll need a steady hand to succeed in this anti-gravity underwater challenge. Can you plug all of the holes and save the ocean? Ok then, show us your super submarine skills Admiral!
How to Play: Navigate the submarine using your computer mouse. At the start of each level, Left Click on the submarine to drop it into the water. Then, all you need to do is drag the mouse around and the submarine follows your movements. However, the submarine is constantly rotating because of the pesky wormhole.
In each of the 8 levels, you have to navigate the sub through the maze and get to the wormhole without touching the sides. If you touch the sides, it’s game over and you have to start all over again. Once you get to the wormhole, Left Click to drop the Plug into it to complete the level. As you progress, each of the mazes becomes more complicated and trickier to maneuver through.
Tip: Take your time and pick your moments to progress. There are some parts of the mazes where the sub only goes through a gap when it’s horizontal. Wait until it rotates into the correct position before moving. There’s no timer, so you can plan your movements carefully.