Liquid Defense Lite is a very original puzzle game. In each level, liquid particles drop from one end of the map, and your goal is to prevent them from getting to a specific point or from falling off the map. To do this, you have a lot of tools at hand. You can build structures that block the passage of the liquids. These structures are your main line of defense. But there are also other interesting ways in which you can win a level.
The first level was very easy. All I needed to do was pile up three concrete blocks, so that the liquid, water in this case, didn't make it to the end of the level. The second level was very different. Instead of relying in walls, I used a water evaporator. I put it in a ditch, so when the liquid particles fell there, they evaporated and didn't count towards the number of particles on the level, which immediately made me win. The third level was even more different. Instead of having particles falling from one end and moving to the other. There were water particles in a hole, covering petroleum particles. I was given an incinerator that burned the petroleum particles and the water particles. Each level presents a different challenge and you get hints all the time.