Green Game: TimeSwapper

Green Game: TimeSwapper

2017

System
Switch eShop
Publisher
iFun4all
Developer
iFun4all

5.0

Game Rating

User Ratings: 3

Our Review: 5/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Arcade, Puzzle
Release Date

Switch eShop

  • 17th Nov 2017, $2.99 (US/Canada)
  • 17th Nov 2017, £2.69 (UK/EU/AU)

Screenshots (6)

Green Game: TimeSwapper Screenshot
Green Game: TimeSwapper Screenshot
Green Game: TimeSwapper Screenshot
Green Game: TimeSwapper Screenshot
Green Game: TimeSwapper Screenshot
Green Game: TimeSwapper Screenshot

Reviews

  • 14

    Switch eShop

    Review Green Game: TimeSwapper

    Tick, tock, flock

    The Nintendo Switch hardware has provided developers with a range of different inputs to utilise; we've seen games previously released on mobile taking advantage of traditional sticks and buttons, while the touchscreen has also been put to work. There have been some interesting examples - the wonderfully kooky touch-only adventure...

About The Game

You are a master of time. You can set it to the past, present and future. Use this power to help a mechanical bird complete its extremely important mission of collecting knowledge about a mysterious green world. This is not an easy task, as the bird moves on its own, and you cannot stop it. Control time to activate and deactivate various mechanisms, to make sure the bird reaches the cage without dying.

The game features fifty carefully designed levels. You will need to make your way through a hostile world – the blades of windmills will slice the bird, pistons shall squash it and spiked gates are going to crush it. Control time to deactivate traps and activate the steam generators that will change your movement direction. Find one of many ways to the end of each level. Plan your route and show your reflex skills to get through the most difficult paths and gather all the gears.

  • 50 levels full of danger
  • Control time and thus influence the environment
  • Many different paths to the destination
  • A unique green graphical style
  • Soul/jazz soundtrack
  • Power-ups (immortality, slow flight, etc.)
  • 150 gears to collect
  • “One more try and I quit” syndrome