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Mercury Meltdown Remix

Platform(s): PlayStation 2
Genre: Puzzle
Publisher: Ignition
Developer: Ignition Banbury

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'Mercury Meltdown Remix' (PS2) - 16 New Screens

by Rainier on Oct. 26, 2006 @ 5:45 a.m. PDT

Take control of a liquid Mercury ‘blob’, and avoid the various obstacles and hazards to reach the end goal. The Mercury blob itself now has 4 varying ‘states’ – Normal, Solid, Fast and Slow. These states allow for larger more complex levels, which in turn mean a greater challenge and more enjoyment.

Take control of a liquid Mercury ‘blob’, and avoid the various obstacles and hazards to reach the end goal. The Mercury blob itself now has 4 varying ‘states’ – Normal, Solid, Fast and Slow. These states allow for larger more complex levels, which in turn mean a greater challenge and more enjoyment.

Featuring a total of 12 labs (two of which are exclusive to the PS2 console version), Mercury Meltdown Remix offers a massive 200+ levels, more than any previous Mercury title.

“Mercury Meltdown Remix builds upon the solid foundation of the PSP version, and offers the gamer some unique and exclusive extras,” said Peter Rollinson, Product Manager, Ignition Entertainment Ltd. “Mercury Meltdown Remix is the most accessible Mercury game yet.”

Mercury Meltdown Remix Features:

  • Over 200+ challenging levels – more than any previous Mercury title
  • Hidden Labs to unlock. Including two exclusive to the PlayStation®2
  • Awesome Specular Lighting and special effects
  • Dual analog control with Rumble feedback
  • State of the art blob physics.
  • Fairer game progression
  • Bonus features to unlock
  • Tutorial Mode

Distributed by Atari in UK, France, Germany and the Nordic countries, Mercury Meltdown Remix for the PS2 is scheduled for release in Winter ‘06.


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