Curve Studios has announced that it is bringing Facepalm's clone-tastic platformer over to the Wii U.
Sony is kicking off its annual summer program, PlayStation Store PLAY, today with a lineup of new games and special offers for customers.
Curve Studios has announced that it will be bringing the award-winning indie platformer, The Swapper, to the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in May.
Bringing up the ethical dilemmas in the midst of a puzzle/platforming game is a tough accomplishment, but The Swapper does so in a manner that is unforgettable in its execution. A small group of Finnish independent developers, ironically named Facepalm Games, have created an experience that is on par with the recent side-scrolling classics that have boomed throughout the indie scene over the past few years, such as Super Meat Boy, Braid, and Limbo. The game also evokes a sense of exploration and re-exploration that reminds us of Castlevania and Metroid. So keep a clone handy and be ready to have your brain swapped, because today, we review The Swapper.