Djinnworks GmbH, makers of other Stickman games, has released a new entry to their franchise. For the uninitiated, this collection of games includes a protagonist, the eponymous Stickman, who is a stick figure having a slightly over-sized head and cartoonishly large eyes, which character can be used in a number of different games.
In this case, the concept is brought over into an endless type of game. Players want to swing freely throughout the level, in a fashion that could be similar to Spider-man (from a 2D side view), and time when you should initiate or to produce swing in order to steer clear of the stalagmites and stalactites that litter the pathway. The rope that Stickman swings could be initiated at any time, and there’s no limit to how often it can be used.
The challenge is within the timing, so gravity will pull Stickman down far enough and shortly enough to pay off the obstacle, and players will then need to initiate a new swing upwards to miss the next one. The game includes a simple, monochromatic theme for its visuals, with the objects within the forefront being silhouetted in black.
Stickman Forest Swing is available from Google Play free of charge, but does have a single IAP for $0.99 that will take away the ads.
Stickman Forest Swing (Playboard) | Stickman Forest Swing (Play Store)