Before Ignition Licensed Japanese Games They Made Mercury

By Spencer . September 27, 2011 . 11:01am

mercury_011Way before Ignition Entertainment licensed Deadly Premonition and Lux Pain they released casual games like Zoo Keeper. One of their earliest titles was Archer Maclean’s Mercury for PSP.


Ignition teamed up with the developer of International Karate to create a Marble Madness style puzzle game where players move a liquid metal blob through stages. Unlike marbles, the blob can split into pieces and change its shape.


The puzzle game is gelling onto PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 under the name Mercury Hg. This version has 60 new levels, replay sharing, ghost races, and Sixaxis tilt control for the PS3 release. Mercury Hg will be released as a download starting today on PlayStation Network and tomorrow on Xbox Live.

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