Swap and Fall 2 is a point-and-click puzzle with a touch of autumn nostalgia. Swap neighbor items to match a line. Items fall and you score. Classic and time-based play modes, sleek autumn graphics and tranquil music make the game a real cutie.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Swap and Fall 2 is a cute point-and-click puzzle based on an unhurried logical challenge. But there is even more in it than simply swapping objects and getting high scores for clearing the game board. Its appeal is based on the transparent flair of autumn nostalgia coming from its tranquil music, quiet colors and a peaceful game atmosphere. You shall discover plenty of refreshing excitement that has nothing to do with the violence of today's endless sequels and rip-offs. Whether you are a 7-year old kid or a 70-year old lady, you shall love Swap and Fall 2!
You start the game with a checked game board where you discover an intricate layout of items, coming in several different types. Your objective here is to swap neighbor items to make a horizontal or vertical line of at least three matching items. However, the more items you've got in the line, the better. At your swap the line of items falls from the game board and you score. And as you may guess the more items there are in a line, the high your score grows. What's more, you can skyrocket your score, if you discover one lucky item that can entail a cascade of item lines to fall. Different bonuses will add to your excitement and score as well.
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