Ragmeg Alleycat developer Zsolt Bartok returns to show that arena shooters can be fun and silly, without zombies, neon graphics or gore in Happy Jets of Water. Squirt or be squirted as you face off in a game of water-tag that accommodates 2 to 8 players (two of which can be local humans).

Players have to complete 25 water-gunning challenges, which often involves tweaking the game's variables in the Building a Battle mode, to unlock new features including arenas, weapons, game modes.

Happy Jets of Water feels a little taxing in that I wanted to explore different modes such as "steal the dog" and "fill the bucket" aside from "soak'em all" quickly. The first mode may be more fun with another player next to you, but it was a little frustratingly bare-bones as an extended initiation.