Fluidity Flowing To WiiWare On December 6th

By Ishaan . November 23, 2010 . 9:05am

 

Fluidity is an upcoming WiiWare game by Nintendo where you control a body of water by tilting and twisting the Wii remote. Nintendo of America have officially announced the game for a December 6th release.

 

There’s more to it than just controlling a water body, however. You don’t control the water directly. Rather, you control the world around it by tilting the Wii remote.

 

In Fluidity, you can turn to water, ice or steam and have to guide yourself through an illustrated magical encyclopedia, named “Aquaticus.”  As you go through the different chapters of the book, you rid it of a corruptive influence that has spread through its pages.

 

In Europe, Fluidity is being released as Hydroventure, and releases on December 24th. The game costs 1,200 Wii Points.


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  • http://waxingerratic.tumblr.com/ ECM

    Looks like something Q Games would develop, which is (mostly) a good thing.

  • Joanna

    The game actually looks pretty fun. :)

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Nabuca-Cpm/100001293811254 Nabuca Cpm

      Yeah I’m definitely looking forward to Fluidity.

      If this European Nintendo Press Release is any indication (http://wiiware.nintendolife.com/news/2010/11/hydroventure_guarantees_a_wet_christmas_for_europe), it is very likely that a demo for Fluidity will be made available at the time of it’s release in NA, especially in light of Nintendo having launched it’s ongoing demo service earlier this week (on the 22nd to be exact).

      • Joanna

        That’s right, I seem to recall receiving an email from Nintendo with something about demos. Thanks for the heads up. I will be giving Fluidity demo a try when they put it up. :)I wonder if they have any demos for the bit.trip games (guess I shall be checking tomorrow). I’ve heard good things about those (and they are published by Aksys if I am not mistaken? which already piques my interest), but I wasn’t sure if they were my sort of thing (I am the worst rhythm game player…I simply cannot catch beats at all. Elite Beat Agents was hard for me ^///////^) . So I sure hope at least one of the bit.trip games gets a demo. :3

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