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Swing

Swing Playstation Game
  • ELSPA 3
  • Release date: 30/11/2001Developer: Software 2000Publisher: Software 2000

    Brain-teasing puzzler with 3 exciting games in one. Choose action-packed arcade mode or a huge variety of missions to test your powers of logic. Special SWING laws of physics govern all missions and puzzles More...


    Analogue Compatible, Vibration Compatible
    Memory size: 3 Blocks
    Players: 1-2 Players
    Media: CD

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    Swing (Original version) Condition: Used - Collectible; Very Good
    Original UK version, complete with case, inlays and instructions. Disc vgc, manual barely used. Fast despatch.

    £7.70

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    Swing Playstation Gameplay
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    Full Description

    Brain-teasing puzzler with 3 exciting games in one. Choose action-packed arcade mode or a huge variety of missions to test your powers of logic. Special SWING laws of physics govern all missions and puzzles

    What Is Swing All About?

    Well, Swing is quite possibly the most complex puzzle game ever created. Swing is all about balance; you are a trusty crane and below you are 4 sets of scales making 8 platforms. Above you are 8 lanes of balls, with each ball containing a number. The number equals the weight of the ball. Basically, you have to lower the balls onto the scales and get the colours in horizontal lines of 3 or more to make them disappear. The more you get to disappear the more points you get and the higher your level goes. The problem is, the higher your level the more different coloured balls arrive and it all gets a bit frantic...and that's just the 1 player mode!

    What I haven't mentioned yet is that with each ball having a weight, if you place the wrong ball on the wrong end of a scale, the balls on
    the other side will flip up and go flying onto your other scales or even off the screen and cause you LOTS of grief! It's a fiendish game
    indeed.

    NB: a memory card has to be used to access the tournament level



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