Pigs will fly when you're tasked with helping some loveable porkers grab a quick and not-so-easy lunch in this entertaining physics puzzler from Anton Koshechkin. The piggies of Piggy Wiggy are daredevils, willing to soar through the air, bounce off walls, and tumble over deadly spike pits just to get their hooves on some delicious free-floating acorns.
Controlled almost entirely by simply clicking or dragging with the mouse (though the [Ctrl] key can also be used in some later puzzles). Create links between these nimble oinkers and their surroundings, cause explosions and chain reactions to launch them across the screen, and master some precise timing across 25 increasingly complex levels to ensure our adorable little piggy friends aren't forced to cry "wee wee wee" all the way home.
Piggy Wiggy is easy to learn with fluid and intuitive gameplay mechanics. Puzzles are never too difficult, allowing for minimum frustration and maximum enjoyment, though many do require a couple of looks before a solution becomes clear and the timing required can be tricky. The charming and appealing graphics also add to the fun, with a round of enthusiastic applause from the satisfied swine rewarding you for every successful stage.