After picking up a win at the 2010 Independent Games Festival Student Showcase, the ENJMIN student-developed physics puzzler Puddle has been released as an Xbox Live Arcade digital download.

In Puddle, players tilt the playfield to guide a puddle of fluid through various themed environments, including a garden, a foundry, and the human body. Each level features a number of obstacles that must be overcome using friction, gravity, and the unique physical properties of the fluid.

Puddle is available for 800 Microsoft points ($10). The PlayStation Network edition is set to launch on January 31st, with a PS Vita version to follow later this year.