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Swingworm introduces a completely new control style into the platformer genre. To move Swingworm, the player needs to alternatively grab his tail or head and swing them as far as Swingy's rubbery body allows. He clings on to surfaces automatically with his teeth and spiked tail.

The game challenges the player to complete the levels as fast as possible. To do this the player needs to navigate Swingworm around obstacles and enemies, ride and pull moving platforms and smash objects in the way. To collect all the three stars from each level, the player needs also some strategy in addition to skill. There are countless of posssible routes through the levels and some are better than others.

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