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Ignition Entertainment Announces Re-Launch of Archer MacLean's Mercury

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<b>San Diego, Calif., May 8, 2006</b> - Ignition Entertainment, a worldwide developer and publisher of interactive software, announced today the re-launch of "Archer MacLean's Mercury" for the PSP (PlayStation®Portable) system. This addictive puzzler will now be carried at major North American retailers for a retail price of $19.99.

Modeled by developer Archer MacLean after the old-fashioned wooden labyrinth game with the steel ball, Mercury is a challenging puzzle game that puts you in control of ultra-realistic liquid mercury 'blob'. The trick is to effectively guide the mercury blob around traps, door switches, spikes, zapping electrical fields, moving floors and other hazardous elements, rolling your way through 72 levels spread over six challenging worlds. Blob control is important! Keep your liquid mercury intact is the key to completing your goal as well as identifying the colors you need to win the game.

Archer MacLean's Mercury for the PSP system is rated E for Everyone and is available now at retailers nationwide for $19.99. For more information on other exciting titles from Ignition Entertainment, please visit www.ignitionent.com

<b>About Ignition Entertainment</b>
Ignition Entertainment Limited is a privately owned software developer and publisher of entertainment titles for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and PSP (PlayStation®Portable) system, Nintendo GameCube, Game Boy Advance, and DS, and the Microsoft Xbox. Ignition was created by a core team of gaming industry veterans with the purpose of building upon their successful track record within the international games industry, and to bring a fresh new approach to both the development and distribution of original gaming product.

You can find more information about Ignition Entertainment Limited at http://www.ignitionent.com.

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