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triSwipe is a take on the classic puzzle game Tetris, it requires the player to form blocks in the typical shapes and by completing the shape, the piece will then rise up to the wall of blocks standing above.

Build shapes inside the the grid at the bottom of the screen by using mouse cursor on desktop computer or by swiping your finger onto the touchscreen on mobile devices.

In order to win you must fill the lines with blocks so they dissolve and your score climbs. Don’t let the wall of blocks reaches the bottom of the screen otherwise the game will over.

Players can keep track of their score by submitting them to the leaderboard, moreover, they can share them with friends on social networks to see who is the best triSwipe player!


» Touch & Mouse
» Two distinct resolutions for small screen devices and big screen devices
» Increasing difficulty
» Infinite gameplay
» Put your logo in home screen
» Use your pictures as game background
» Link your website in “play more game” button
» Support for ads on mobile web and desktop
» Submit score on self hosted Leaderboard
» Share score on social networks (Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter)
» Android & IOS support
» Music & Sound Fx
» Detailed documentation (you can read it from the link below)
» Based on melonJS library

The game is ready for being packaged with Ludei CocoonJs, so, you can publish the game as app for iOS and Android with support for ads through MoPub. Packaged app have the button inviting user for rating the game in app store.


The game comes with detailed documentation on how deploy it and how customize graphics, language, game details. You can read it from here or from files attached the zip file you get when you buy it.

I’d be glad to help you if you have any questions relating to this game. No guarantees, but I’ll do my best to assist.

If you need, we can customize triSwipe for you! Costs vary by the kind of customization, so, contact us for enquiring.

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