115w ago - Eiconic Managing Director Graeme Monk has announced today that Mercury HG is sliding onto PlayStation Network this coming Tuesday.
To quote: If you enjoy casual, pick-up-and-play puzzle games, then get ready for an experience, because Mercury Hg is going to rock - and roll! From the developers of Polar Panic and Arctic Adventures comes an update to this PSP classic.
First, a bit of history about the periodic table of the elements. Mercury is metal that has a peculiar trait: it's a liquid at room temperature! It's also a highly toxic substance to play with - unless it's done digitally, of course.
In Mercury Hg, the core premise is to guide a blob of mercury around a tilting puzzle maze while collecting bonuses, reaching the finish as quickly as possible with as much of the blob left as you can.
Mercury was first released on the PSP in 2005, and updated again in 2006 as Mercury Meltdown. This Tuesday, we'll be releasing it in HD for the first time as Mercury Hg - pun intended!
When UTV Ignition approached us to develop a PS3 version of their popular IP, we wanted to update the franchise to appeal to today's gamer. We designed an entirely new look for the game, drawing inspiration...
211w ago - Just over a month ago it was reported that Sony's PSP Go console was hacked... but the exploit was not released at the time in hopes that it could be useful to developers.
Today FreePlay has released the Mercury PSP exploit as it was patched by Sony in PSP Firmware 6.20 rendering it useless, however, those who haven't updated yet to PSP Firmware 6.20 can give it a try below along with the source code courtesy of Mathieulh!
To quote: "You need firmware 6.10 or below, and the game of course. The exploit was patched in 6.20, and the PSN version of the game was updated to require 6.20.
The eLoader isn't happening at all unless I can get a 6.10 firmware dump from the Go, which this exploit can't do. It would probably be best to wait until an XMB-based exploit comes along... game-based exploits are too easy to block."