Collapsus by Wraith Games is being brought to consoles on its release later this year by publisher Ratalaika games. The game is a puzzle block game with similarities to Tetris or Puyo Puyo. What I like about the look of it so far is its use of the tilt mechanic, something that looks like a good fit for the Nintendo Switch in handheld mode.
The gameplay is inspired by Bejeweled, Tetris and Puzzle League. The movement of the blocks and rotation of the screen are inspired by the movement of a Rubik’s Cube. The bright, colorful, flat design is taken directly from classic pop art!
Collapsus is a brand new, award-winning, puzzle game centered around a unique block-crunching risk-reward, resource management system as well as a brand new gravity rotation mechanic!
Join “Leon the Chameleon” as together you tilt, turn, flip, and crunch your way through:
Unique risk/reward resource-management mechanic
Turn your device to change gravity (all 4 directions) to really turn the game “on its head”
3 Standard difficulties + 2 Unlockable difficulties; each with Gravity Rush and Time Panic variations with endless gameplay
25 mind-bending Challenge Modes + 25 “Plus” Modes that add crazy new mechanics to the game
Zen Mode, for when you just want to sit back and relax
A robust Puzzle Mode with 300 built-in single screen puzzles to test your wits against
Dozens of accessibility options for differently abled players (including color-blind palettes, dyslexia-friendly font options, remappable controls, and more)
Translations for 10 different languages
Endless block-crunching action!