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Swaps and Traps
Developer TeamTrap
Release Date February 12, 2018
Platform PC
Price Unknown

Swaps and Traps is a challenging platformer game that follows a man named Mike in his quest to reclaim the enchanted hat from his nemesis, Divider. A hat that has the power to change everything, including the position and direction of the screen. Mike must chase divider through over 100 levels across 3 different worlds, avoiding countless traps along the way. Players will have their platformer skills, as well as their minds, tested and strained in a unique adventure.

Ready to get lost in a single screen?[ | ]

A Hat That Changes Everything[ | ]

Mike is a decent man. An ordinary one, you might say. But he is no pushover when it comes to capturing the enchanted hat from his nemesis, Divider. You see, Divider’s hat changes everything, including the position and direction of the screen. Mike’s only hope is to collect the cursed keys, and catch Divider through different locations and traps. Swaps and Traps is a fun little game, which will challenge your platformer skills as well as your eyes and necks. As you collect a key in a scene, you also trigger the main trap of the game. Portions of your screen will swap, turn and even flip horizontally and vertically to give you one unique adventure.

Difficult Bundle of Joy[ | ]

Swaps and Traps has a retro vibe, with simple gameplay against high level difficulty.

  • 3 Worlds: Let’s Jungle, Night Watch and Divider’s Den
  • 100+ levels
  • Insane bonus levels
  • Playful music
  • Entertaining sound
  • 100+ achievements
  • Trading cards
  • An adventure to remember


Swaps and Traps currently supports:

  • Logitech F310, F710, Dual Action, RumblePad 2
  • Xbox One and Xbox 360
  • Sony DualShock 2, 3, 4
  • Saitek P880 and P990
  • Thrustmaster Dual Analog 3.2
  • XiaoMi Gamepad
  • Generic dual analog gamepads


We thank our translators who helped us bring Swaps and Traps to more gamers.

  • German: Oussama Berdoudi
  • Brazilian Portuguese: Eduardo Palma Ramos
  • Simplified Chinese: Chang Hong Lua
  • Russian: Aleksandra Frolova
  • French: Barry-Franklin
  • Spanish: Elias Martinez and Gema Hernández Moral