This tense multiplayer action game will have you stomping to flip over panels—and unwitting opponents! To win, flip the most panels to your color in local battles, online*, or single-player. The more you flip, the faster you'll move in a mad dash to nab power ups. Increase your flip range, turn invincible, and more across 3 modes and 12 arenas! Compete alone or against up to 3 players to see who's best at each mode: flip the most panels before time runs up in Panel Battle, knock out the most opponents in Time Battle, or outlast your rivals in Life Battle. All 12 arenas have 4 layouts to choose from, some containing hazards like panel-flipping buttons, beam cannons, and waves so beautiful they truly stun competitors. Learn the art of the flip with tutorials and try your hand at achievements. When you're ready to compete, jump into an online* battle or a private room with friends via local wireless. No matter how you play, it's time to think fast and pull off the ultimate color scheme!
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Flippin' OutNintendo usually puts out some great titles on their consoles, regardless of how uncomfortable critics may be at times. Flip Wars here seemed to be a rather decent title on its own, only that after purchasing it, I regretted every bit of it. The game revolves around ground-pounding tiles to color more tiles surrounding you, all while avoiding your opponents, with the main objective being to color the most tiles to yours until the time ends. There's two more modes being Knock Out and Life Battle, but they mainly play the same in killing your opponents by flipping your tiles into them. I would explain more about the game, but unfortunately that's all that this game is. The gameplay was just too barebones for me, all of the game's stages were too similar in structure and looks, and the players, soundtrack, and presentation were too generic to my tastes. There's options for Local and Online battles, but with there seemingly no single player content of some kind already broke the deal for me. I was hoping to get some break from the vastly superior Super Bomberman R, but this game didn't do it for me and as a result, I deleted it off of my Switch library without a shed of tear. Maybe this game would be an option for those on a budget, but for me, there are plenty of better multiplayer games out there.