Piggy Wiggy

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Piggy Wiggy Instructions

Just like most physics games out there, Piggy Wiggy is played entirely... almost entirely with the mouse. As long as you know how to point and click, you are good to go. Let's have a closer look at the game.

Piggy Wiggy Walkthrough

Pigs will fly. YES, you have read that right. In this physics game by Anton Koshechkin - Piggy Wiggy, you need to help lovable and adorable porkers grab a quick BUT not-so-easy lunch. And that usually involves bending physics into your favor - you need to make these cuddly pigs soar through the air; bounce off the walls; come face to face with death as they tumble over deadly spikes; and those are just to name a few. The good news is that the pigs don't mind. They are cooperative daredevils who would do the craziest and deadliest stunts just to get their mouths munching those delicious, floating, and FREE acorns. Get rid of all of the acorns on the screen and you beat the level and move on to the next.

As for the game play, Piggy Wiggy is played just like a physics game should - it is played almost entirely by clicking and dragging the mouse. HOWEVER, in later and harder levels, you will need the CTRL key to solve some of the puzzles. Now, just one important note: the pigs don't move on their own - you can't make them run; jump through obstacles; duck down from danger, etc. like in other physics games. And this makes the game even more challenging.

Instead you need to create some sort of mechanism that will pull or push those porkies to the direction you want. That's when their odd looking caps come to your aid. See those dangling things around you with that small circle / hole? To be honest, I don't know what they are called. I guess I'll just call them pegs. Anyway, that's where you link your piggies to. By doing so, you create explosions and complex chain reactions that will launch your pig across the screen, which will ultimately help your oinkers get their hands on those precious, free, and probably VERY delicious acorns (otherwise, why would they risk life and limb to get those?).

The first three levels are unlocked and you they come with instructions (arrows, dotted lines, 'click this' signs, etc.) that will help you grasp the basics of the game. After that, however, you will be on your own most of the time. The game comes with 25 levels that are increasing in difficulty. Some of them require simple logic and thinking in schemes For ex.: to get your pig to the other side you need to get rid of all obstacles before undertaking action with your piggy... so you get rid of whatever is on the way. Once you have figured out the RIGHT sequence of moves and actions, tossing your pig to those acorns should be a piece of cake. HOWEVER, other levels and puzzles are far more complicated. Many of the later levels require precise timing to ensure the pigs don't get hurt. And when I say precise, I mean PRECISE, and it can get very tricky.

The game play of Piggy Wiggy is quite easy to learn the game play / mechanics are quite intuitive. While it can get very challenging, none of them are TOO difficult to the point that the puzzles would suck the fun out of the game and frustrate you... making you pull your hairs out and bang your head on the keyboard. When you are really stumped and clueless how to deal with a level, there's always the video walkthrough. You may need to take a look at the walkthrough for a level for like 2 or 3 times to get the timing right and make the solution clear. I would be a hypocrite to say I never consulted the walkthrough, BUT my advice for maximum enjoyment is to consult it when you are REALLY stuck. Get those creative juices going. And to top everything off like icing on top of a cake, the graphics and design of the game is also very appealing and charming... and nothing can be more pleasant than getting that round of enthusiastic applause from impressed and satisfied piggies each time you complete a stage.

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