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Developed by Antonio Filipe and released on Steam in November 2021, Slap the Rocks is a top-down puzzle game, which according to the Nintendo Switch eShop, will release on May 4, 2022. What’s more, whilst AFIL Games previously published the title, this time eastasiasoft are in the driving seat. A selection of images and game description can be seen below:

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About Slap the Rocks:

Block-sliding brain teasers get a fantasy adventure twist in Slap the Rocks, a retro puzzler where you play a medieval treasure hunter with a sword and a penchant for knocking stones around! Presented in top-down pixel art style, Slap the Rocks features 30 levels to explore, each with a maze of stones, bushes and stumps, where your objective is to hit and slide the white rocks into holes to create a path to reach a treasure chest!

To clear each stage, you’ll need to slice through bushes and carefully navigate the terrain. Position yourself next to a stone and slap it with your blade to make it slide across the field, where it will stop as it collides with rock walls or other obstacles. Moving the stones in straight lines, you will eventually line up with pitfalls in the ground and fill them with the fallen stone. Can you overcome the increasingly tricky levels on your way to victory and fortune?

 

Features:

  • Slide stones across maze-like fields to cover pitfalls!
  • Flee from stumps and slice through bushes.
  • Claim treasure chests as your reward for solving each level!
  • Traverse 30 challenging stages of varied difficulty.
  • Retry any puzzle and discover multiple solutions!

Slap the Rocks will retail at $4.99 / £4.49 and has a file size of 28.0 MB.

Source: Nintendo Switch eShop

By Jack Longman

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