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Lonely and lost in the basement of the maze-like house, the little pig, called Pong, wants to scale the twisting heights of her confinement and get out to see the world. And she’s going to do it the only way she knows how – by bouncing!
Take control of Pong in this highly-addictive physics-based puzzle game, catapulting her off the walls, over the platforms and through the hole at the top of the screen. Along the way you can help Pong by collecting stars and solving the engaging logic puzzles.
But bacon-based brainteasers aren’t your only problem. Spider’s webs, trap doors, buttons, levers, springs, cushions, rats, chemical spills and electric shocks must all be avoided by ricocheting Pong off the walls, floors and ceilings.
Pick a Piggy offers a wealth of touchscreen-controlled entertainment on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Simple to play, yet difficult to master, this is premium pork-propelled puzzle gaming!
FEATURES
• Unique physics-based gameplay.
• Simple yet intricate logic puzzle.
• 100 challenging levels to escape the house.
• Popping power! Pop Pong into tiny pigs to access hard to reach areas.
• Smash through destructible scenery.
• Collect power-ups to solve the puzzles.
• Quirky animations and loveable characters.
• Environmental interactions.
• Strategy and skill required in equal measure.
• Fully compatible with Game Center.
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