Big N has put out a press release with details of their latest WiiWare offering, a physics puzzle type game where you play as a pool of water.
Through the years, Nintendo players have taken on the role of mustachioed champions, amiable apes, intergalactic bounty hunters and heroes of time. Yet in the upcoming Fluidity game for the WiiWare downloadable game service, players become a sloshing, flowing pool of water with an important mission. Dive into the amazing action and incredible challenges of Fluidity for 1200 Wii Points on December 6th.
Players tilt, twist and flick the Wiimote controller to splash and gush past challenging obstacles in Aquaticus, an illustrated encyclopedia. Players can unlock additional powers, such as the ability to freeze into a slick ice block that can shatter. Or players can boil the water and become a menacing vapor cloud with the power to shoot lightning. Players need all these abilities to conquer the dangerous chapters within Aquaticus.
Players face many obstacles on their free-flowing journey. They can win the day by defeating the evil Influence and its minions while navigating dangerous chapters. Hidden objects within Aquaticus' pages unlock mini-games that will test players' skills.
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