BulkyPix Bringing 3D Twist & Match to DSiWare

BulkyPix has announced their newest game, 3D Twist & Match, for iOS. However, in that same announcement, they mentioned the game will be coming to Nintendo DSiWare in the future.

3D Twist & Match (iPhone) is available NOW… PlayStation Minis (PSP/PS3) and Nintendo DSiWare™ will be available at a later date.

Below, you can check out a gameplay trailer of the iOS version. The Nintendo DSiWare version should run similarly. More details as they come in.

3D Twist & Match is a frantic puzzler set to challenge your finger dexterity and imagination. How quickly can you rotate 3D objects and match them to their shaded silhouettes? Manipulate the figures with your finger, spinning and rotating them to fit them into their shadows. Challenge your spatial visualization skills and make optimal moves to build combos!

With its intuitive controls, 3D TWIST & MATCH is easy to pick up. The gameplay is addictive and will keep you coming back again and again for intense game sessions!

FEATURES

  • 10 themes: Beach, Halloween, Christmas, Jungle, Food, Vehicles, Tools, Music, Sport, Electronics…
  • 3 Game modes: Arcade, Frenzy and Free Play
  • 3 Levels of difficulty
  • 200 objects to match
  • Oodles of trophies to unlock thanks to Game Center compatibility

With its intuitive controls, 3D TWIST & MATCH is easy to pick up. The gameplay is addictive and will keep you coming back again and again for intense game sessions!

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