Squash DS SquashDS is the "more final version" of a homebrew game that Jason Walker developed. The graphics, sounds, and programming were all done by him, and he wishes to thank PALib and DevKit Pro for helping him create his game.
It's actually a very clean game, meaning, no bugs. Well, you know what we mean. The object of the game is simply: squash the bugs! This version contains three playable levels, as opposed to the previous version which only had one. The homebrewer has also introduced a new and more "powerful" bug, the blue one, which was not part of the first version.
Controls: Tap the green bugs to SQUASH! them. Flip the blue bugs over by swiping them from left to right, then tap to SQUASH!
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