Just this morning, I told you guys about an insane-looking 3D WiiWare puzzler by Nintendo. Now I hear about Fluidity, another Nintendo-published puzzler. Nintendo be stepping up its WiiWare game!
You tilt the world to pool together water droplets, and you transform the water into its three states -- solid, liquid, and gas -- to solve numerous puzzles. From the video, levels can get pretty hairy with ramps, magnets, lava pits, pressure switches, and springs strewn about. Also, unless I'm mistaken, I think I spotted a Jiggy.
There doesn't seem to be a release date pinned down, but PAX attendees can sample the game for themselves on the show floor.
First Fluidity Video and Screenshots Released [Nintendo Life]
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