April 11, 2007 - Ignition Entertainment today announced a delay of its forthcoming Wii puzzle game, Mercury Meltdown Revolution. The title, formerly set for a May release, will now debut for Nintendo's system on June 12.
Mercury Meltdown Revolution enables players to guide a blob of mercury through 3D puzzle stages. The game features 150 levels, hidden bonuses, and more.
The franchise has been around on consoles and handhelds, but Revolution represents the true potential of the series, according to the developer. This because the tilt-sensitive puzzler was always intended to use motion-based controls and only realized that goal by capitalizing on the accelerometer functionality built into the Wii remote. Players simply hold the controller classic style and tilt it to and from to effect the on-screen blob. Alternatively, the classic controller attachment is supported.
We've posted a new trailer in our media section below.
Thanks to IGN.com for sharing the news with us!