The Swopper game is very old. It was created by the Tibetan monks and was a part of a complex ritual ceremony. In Europe the game appeared in the XVIII century at the French court and became popular among the grandees soon.
Bolts&Nuts (Pocket Edition) 1.00 Bolts&Nuts is a new look to Bejewelled game with new features.
The aim of the game is to get as many points as you can by swapping two adjacent bolts or nuts. In order to get points you should create horizontal or vertical sets of 3 identical items.
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Description: Free Swapper The Swopper game is very old. It was created by the Tibetan monks and was a part of a complex ritual ceremony. In Europe the game appeared in the XVIII century at the French court and became popular among the grandees soon. The game is simple, but requires attention from the player. A legend says that one Tibetan monk, whose name has not reached up to nowadays, has declared, that he can play any time long as he has reached a high spiritual level. In fact, he managed to continue the game during several days, until he was caught at fraud and exiled from a monastery. ;-)
The game is created in the best traditions of well-known games as Lines, Tetris and many other games of "tile" type. Simple rules and fascinating logic make the game understandable and accessible to all players.
This program is intended for use on color or monochrome PDAs running under Windows CE/Pocket PC.
The game supports:
all major types of processors (ARM/MIPS/SH4/SH3)
all version of Windows CE (2.00, 2.01, 2.1x, 3.xx) and
all types of devices (Pocket PC, PalmSize PC, HandHeld PC)
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