3SwitcheD

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Template:Infobox video game 3SwitcheD is a game developed by Reality Pump Studios and was published by Topware Interactive.[1] The game was released for iOS on March 16, 2012 and was later released on Steam on March 29, 2012. The game has a 3D feature. [2]

Gameplay

3SwitcheD contains 6 different game modes.[3] They are; Pathfinder, Gravity Switch, Snazzy Swap, Falling Star, Moving 4-Ward and Clearing Clusters.

Pathfinder

In Pathfinder the player must try and beat the clock and try and avoid all the paths.

Gravity Switch

In Gravity Switch the player can change the gravity of the game left, right, up and down to help themselves survive the level longer.

Snazzy Swap

In Snazzy Swap the player must move "diamond" pieces into rows of three. Similar to other Match 3 games.

Falling Star

In Falling Star the player must try to stay above the timer and at the same time, clear the board.

Moving 4-Ward

In Moving 4Ward the player must move 4 of the same types of pieces next to each other for them to clear.

Clearing Clusters

In Clearing Clusters the player must move the same colored gems next to each other for the gems to disappear.

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