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Mercury Meltdown Revolution Review
Mercury Meltdown Revolution is indeed a game best enjoyed in private - spectators will likely wince at the eclectic music which is at times strange and repetitive, with an often jarring quality. An option to run soothing MP3s off an SD card, like Excite Truck, would have been a most welcome addition. Once your properly absorbed by the game though, chances are you won't even register the music. It's easy to obsess over finishing a level, and realise hours have flown by as you try and save that last drop of mercury.
Read the full article, Mercury Meltdown Revolution Review. By James Barlow on 18-Jun-07
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Posts: 1740
Post rank 4 out of 5
18 June 2007 22:43
My friend damaged his back and couldn't move. as a result he played this all day and got mildly addicted - quality title if you like puzzle games

Posts: 728
Post rank 3 out of 5
19 June 2007 15:57
Love reading your reviews James From what I gather is that this is a very advanced version of Marble Madness on the NES back in the day? I liked that game. Don't have a wii though

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