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Based on the award winning Shift series originally by Armor Games which has been played by over 16 million players on the web, Shifting World for the Nintendo 3DS introduces an all-new art direction, level editor, and 3D functionality.
Based on the Portal-inspired Flash game called Shift, Shifting World on 3DS features the same basic premise but with added features and expanded content. Shifting World has players guiding a man who has been forcibly transported into another dimension. To help find his way back home, you must run, jump, and "shift" the environment -- transforming black into white and vice versa -- so you can find a path to escape.
Confusing and boring. Goes backa and forth between the two worlds and goes nowhere. Saw the same game at five below for $5.Published 3 months ago by B. Wong
its interesting and only gets more fun (and difficult) the more you play, worth the cheap price i got it atPublished 15 months ago by Rachael
This would be a really fun game if it wasn't crippled by the character not jumping if you're too close to a ledge. And by too close, I mean about 1-2 whole steps. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dr. Coyne
is excellent mental skills that you develop is fantastic, the design, the quality of the images, the development of the game as such is grandioso.se recommend them. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good puzzle type of game. Not necessary to move quickly, you can shift and then shift back to see what will work best. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Glen
Just like the app. Don't waste your money because it is the exact same thing as the app you can get for free at any app store.Published 24 months ago by Deirdre
My girlfriend loves this game, she played it for a few hours straight yesterday. My only negative thought about it is that it seems to be lacking something.. Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by Sean Rosell