Hop Swap


A journey through two parallel worlds


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Hop Swap is a 2D platformer where you need to help a friendly little buddy make it through a world full of obstacles and traps. The twist? With just a tap, you can switch between two different worlds: the top one, and the bottom one.

The controls in Hop Swap are very simple: your character runs in a straight line at all times, so that when you slide your finger up, you'll jump and when you slide your finger down, you'll pass into the other world. You can also switch directions at any time by sliding your finger in the opposite direction that your character's running in.

The settings in Hop Swap are full of gems for you to collect. These gems let you create checkpoints at certain points in the setting. Thanks to these checkpoints, you can continue the game even if your character dies because of an enemy or obstacle.

Hop Swap is a fun 2D platformer that, like all the games from Nitrome, has excellent graphics and a soundtrack to match.
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Requires Android 2.3 or higher

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