Description

Massive giveaway in preparation for a massive update which adds lots more puzzling to the game. Demo is available on the steam store page. Feel free to contact me at http://ryndergames.com/contact-page.
Swapper Tiles is an Early Access First Person Puzzle game where you find yourself trapped in a cage with your only chance to escape is to complete the challenges set. The game revolves around completing puzzles by swapping tiles around to create a path between them.
Current features:
Tutorial
9 premade levels
Puzzle Generator
Tile Customiser

thx for the chances

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Thank you 👍

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TY! :)

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Thanks!

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Gracias ^_^

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ty

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Thanks!!!

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Thanks

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Thanks!

6 days ago
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Thanks Rynder =)

6 days ago
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thanks

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Thanks for the giveaway, though I'm not entering.
After playing the demo tutorial and first level, here's a few things I would try changing:

  • have the standard colour not be that bright red, it's kind of aggressive on the eyes
  • there's no need for the extra tutorial option in the menu if you get asked to do it in the first level (would just clean up the main menu a bit)
  • have less text in the tutorial, e.g. some things like the first, second and third sentence in the tutorial (referring to the part that's on the store screenshot) aren't needed at all to understand what is going on. Just say something like "Each tile connector must be connected to a matching connector on another tile", then your clues and you're pretty much done.
    Maybe show a small example of two tiles with connectors that don't match up (one pointing left, the tile to the right of that to the right), then swap the tiles, now the connectors match, make the connectors light up or something to show that the parts connected.

I had no sound on, so I can't say anything about that. Maybe this helps :)

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thanks

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Thanks for the giveaway!

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thx

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thank you :)

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Thanks!)

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Thank you ^^

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Thanks for the GA

2 days ago
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Merci a lot!

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