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The Swapper Review - InnerGeek

The game is built around one gameplay mechanic: the titular swapper. This device allows you to create clones of yourself, four at a time, and swap your consciousness to them. You can place clones anywhere inside the screen’s frame, as long as it isn’t obscured by a blue light. Likewise, you can swap to any clone, as long at the beam – which is fired like a bullet – isn’t obstructed by a red light. (PS4, The Swapper) 4/5

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