App Army Assemble: Swing King and the Temple of Bling - Something special or another frantic puzzler?

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App Army Assemble: Swing King and the Temple of Bling - Something special or another frantic puzzler?

Swing King and the Temple of Bling is a one tap puzzler that challenges you to help Mumbles the Monkey navigate a bunch of tricky levels to collect hidden treasures.

To achieve that, you simply tap and hold to have Mumbles stretch out his arm and grab an adjacent pole. You have to do this over and over to carefully make your way around each level.

Meanwhile, you'll have to make sure you don't accidentally knock into a trap or enemy. These are dotted around the map, making swinging a lot harder for you.

We let the App Army loose on Swing King, and here's what they had to say.

Chase Geier

This is just another challenging puzzler, and doesn't really bring anything new to the genre. There wasn't really anything unique there to grab me.

Frazer Parkin

It's a simple one touch puzzler that plays in portrait mode, so it's easy to play one handed. It's good fun in short spells.

Swapnil Jadhav

Swing King has easy controls, retro graphics, and addictive gameplay. Like the one touch controls and brilliant level design.

The further you get the harder and more addictive the levels become.

Quincy Jones

It's pretty fun and simple but has enough challenge to hold your attention. The music's not bad either.

it took a few tries but I'm finally got into the "swing" of things.

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Chris James
Chris James
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