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    Powertris – Tetris & Pipe Mania and is here now on Nintendo Switch to test your puzzling skills

    Powertris, the title of an exciting mix of the game industry’s classic which developed Red Dev Studio and published by No Gravity Games is now available on Nintendo Switch. Watch the pipes fall and make quick decisions on how to place them to make the ultimate plumbing mechanism. Pay attention to whether both sides of the system are connected with the sockets on the edges of the screen and use power-ups to aid you in the process.

    Imagine Tetris and Pipe Mania had a child
    What is Powertris? Think of Tetrislike gameplay but with an additional twist that makes it a bit more challenging.

    Simultaneously combine falling blocks AND make a circuit from one socket to another. You’ve got to think fast, watch out for obstacles and cautiously choose where to put your special blocks.

    Simple, easy to learn gameplay charged with colorful graphics and upbeat music to match the energy. Charge your batteries and give in to the impulse!


    Powertris main features:

    • Endless and highly addictive gameplay.
    • Explosive surprises – a tiny dose of unexpected for additional fun!
    • Scoreboard – reach the top and flex your skills.
    • Energetic music for extra motivation.
    • High voltage!

    Powertris is now available on the Nintendo eShop for USD 4.99 (approx MYR 21). Player can get the game 20% cheaper (or 50% if you’re the owner of other No Gravity Games’ titles).

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