This game tells story about Earnest, 94-year-old swing-jumper and he is one of the characters introduced in Kotka Games’ Swing Game, and he is determined to go for the world record.
In that competition, Earnest sails a little too far during the swing-jumping championships, and he winds up on the back of a cargo ship.
Now he has to swing-and-fling his way back home, because walking is for chumps.
This game is a physics-based puzzle where there is a key difference, however: Earnest and his friends in all fellow swingers are not simply ejected from a slingshot.
Instead, they swing in a 360-degree arc, which drastically changes the physics utilized in similar games.
Here you need to learn how to properly use the menagerie of weird characters they are handed at the start of each level.
Earnest can cling to birds for some reason, which he then uses as a secondary launching point.
Besides, there are some characters such as a chain-cutting chef, an ice-melting engineer, a bouncing hillbilly, and a whole assortment of weirdoes.
Then you will also need to utilize each talent to successfully clear a path to the end-level box, which must be busted open in order to move on.
Each level of this game presents a series of puzzles and challenges that often require considerable forethought.
It is simply powering through objects where you must learn how to turn conveyer belts on and off, utilize fans for extra distance, and more.
This game is a kind of a combination of unique physics, strange humor, and puzzle elements in that it would be nice if players were allowed to skip levels.