TrapThem revolves around technical and demanding puzzle-gameplay about outsmarting and trapping the enemies while avoiding being trapped yourself. This game introduces innovative block physics. The mechanics are as simple and pure as it can get for their purpose. The game introduces all of its main mechanics early on instead of accumulating new systems you have to learn. So the challenge is to get better in what you are already using, like in chess. Features: - technical and demanding gameplay, designed for the ambitious gamer - innovative block physics - wide variety of challenges - multiple solutions rewarding player's creativity - puzzles which will bend even the strongest minds - 100+ caves to explore - smooth gameplay in 60fps and clockwork perfect game mechanics - ideal Xbox 360 controller support

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TrapThem is releasing on June 6 on Windows systems.

Posted by RetroMasters on May 27th, 2013

Hi guys, I am happy to announce TrapThem is about to be released on June 6 on Windows systems.

To get a taste of the game I am happy to please you with a free demo.

You can also download the Windows Demo from here :
Dropbox.com

btw. If you are interested in the sweet soundtracks by Zoe Coleman feel free to check them out here: Zoecoleman.bandcamp.com

Thank you for your attention and happy playing,
J-Snake




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TrapThem
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RetroMasters
Engine
XNA
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Released Jun 5, 2013
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