Blade Interactive has told Eurogamer that its watery action game Hydrophobia has spilled into March 2009.

The studio will also self-publish the title that we had previously expected in the latter half of this year.

Hydrophobia is a third-person action-adventure game set aboard a ship, and based around water-focused physics puzzles; players can use the liquid to wash away baddies or to clamber up to what appear to be unreachable areas.

As such, the water looks and behaves extremely impressively, drawing on the power of the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 platforms it's in development for.

We haven't seen the game in action since August 2007, but what we have seen certainly piqued our interest.

Head over to our Hydrophobia gamepage to find out more.

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