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Submitted by TGR 689d ago | review

The Swapper Review (PC) | CriticalIndieGamer

A juxtaposition of emotions washed over me whilst playing The Swapper; the unbridled joy of solving a seemingly impossible puzzle delicately balanced with the gloomy, almost melancholic atmosphere of my decaying surroundings. It is an emotional state that doesn’t quite subside throughout the duration of the game. Hinging progression on the creation – and sometimes, the sacrifice - of duplicates of the protagonist creates a bitter-sweet moment that few games can rival. (PC, The Swapper) 8/10

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