The Swapper is an atmospheric 2D puzzle platformer, constructed using clay models and other everyday materials for a uniquely detailed look and feel. The game takes place on an abandoned space station and tackles the implications of the ‘Swapper’ - a device that can clone the user and transfer consciousness between different bodies. Coming Spring 2013!

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1 comment by Pixabyte on May 31st, 2013

The Swapper is available now on Steam!

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Guest Jun 9 2013, 11:11am says:

When will you realise MAC version of this game?

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RetroMasters Jun 9 2013, 8:45am says:

Interesting concept I wanted to explore myself. Nice you did already some legwork for it.

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Chriz_86 Jun 2 2013, 11:59am says:

Finished the game today. Such an amazing title.

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Guest Jun 2 2013, 8:42am says:

Any news on when the mac version is to be released? This game looks AWESOME!!!

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Chapata May 31 2013, 10:39am says:

I have some problems, in certain areas the game caps the Framerate to 30 FPS, I thought that modifying some things in the control panel of my card would fix that, but doesn't work in all parts of the game.

I have a GTS 450 card and an I5-650 cpu, is that enough for the game?

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Kenzoo Jun 2 2013, 11:58am replied:

no its not in game the graphics may be bad but because of the pages and them having quite a bit of detail and being so spaced out they always have to be loaded

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d10sfan May 24 2013, 6:28pm says:

is this game still coming out to Linux?

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FacepalmGames May 26 2013, 8:17pm replied:

It's releasing on Windows only but I hope we can get a Linux version out as soon as possible.

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Trolovski Mar 24 2013, 4:41pm says:

I can smell Oddworld...and I like it!

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