Nintendo Switch Welcomes Red Game Without A Great Name And Green Game: TimeSwapper

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iFun4all has announced that Red Game Without A Great Name and Green Game: TimeSwapper will soon see release on Nintendo Switch.

After becoming available on PlayStation Vita, Steam, iOS, and Android, the developer will challenge your strength and agility in their 2D arcade games that will take advantage of the portable home console’s touch screen.

Cast as a mechanical bird in each game, players will have to fly, die, and retry as they learn how to overcome the obstacles before them, with more than 100 levels to tackle.

Red Game Without a Great Name

You control a mechanical bird that serves as a messenger in a hostile, steampunk world. To get the letter from one cage to another you have to manoeuvre the bird between all the obstacles. However, you don’t directly control the main hero. The bird moves at its own pace, as does the camera. The trick is you can only order the bird to teleport from one point to another by clicking on it and dragging to mark its destination.

Don’t worry about frustrations though (not too much at least), you won’t notice loading screens between the restarts, and the swinging music, as well as the one-more-try syndrome, will keep you playing until you complete all of the 60 cleverly designed levels. There are three different power-ups to help you out in your mailman duties, but beware, they may work as double-edged swords if used without caution.

Green Game: TimeSwapper

You are a master of time. You can set it to past, present and future. Use this power to help a mechanical bird complete its extremely important mission of collecting the 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.

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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