New York is a huge city, a megacity with tens of thousands of homes and structures. It is hard to imagine how many communications are laid between them. Gas pipes, electric and telephone cables, sewer channels and sewer pipes, and of course water supply. But these multi-kilometer underground networks do not just lie underground, they are regularly upgraded, replaced and replenished with new sections and fragments. Without special cards-get confused-in no time.

But the task of a modern New York plumber in the fantasy of the authors of this game is not so large-scale. Although their solution cannot be called simple. This game is not an ordinary one Plumber in the traditional view, where you need to assemble a closed loop for pouring liquid from one container (pipe) to another. Here's a puzzle-like idea.

To the right and left are vertical risers with many taps. In the space between them are placed water and plumbing fragments: pipes, fittings, taps, pressure switches and others. The task of the plumber — that is, the player) is to create pipes connecting the right and left risers. On the right riser, almost from the start of the game, water is let in, which slowly rises up. So while it is rising, the player must solve the above problem, and not just once.

Let's explain. The more pipes connecting the risers will be created, the more points you will get. Note that successfully constructed channels are immediately filled with water, and their fragments disappear. To create a pipe, you need to click on the elements, expanding them in the desired way. If you see that the pipe that you are currently building will come to a dead end — drop it and immediately start building another one! After all, water arrives quickly... Good luck, New York plumber!

You can play the game NEW YORK PLUMBER online 24 hours a day for free. It is no need to download and install it on your computer, and it is also not required you to be the registered user. Just ckick and enjoy. See also a set of related games below on that you might be interested to look.