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PC Put your thinking swim cap on, Swim Out is ... out today on Steam!

MatLoz

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Swim Out is now available on Steam with a 20% launch discount only for a few days
Get it on Steam by visiting its store page.


Check out the trailer :

 

About the game:

Dive into the relaxing and refreshing atmosphere of Swim Out, a strategic, turn-based puzzle game, that will transport you into a sunny day by the swimming pool, the river or the sea. Plan each of your strokes wisely and be sure to never cross any other swimmer's path if you want to peacefully enjoy the sea view on a cosy chaise-longue.

 

What the press already said:

  • "I am delighted by how unfamiliar a swimming experience this is to me" - Rock, Paper, Shotgun
  • "There are precious few things I appreciate more than a straightforward puzzle game with a strong commitment to its aesthetic, and Swim Out is exactly that" - Waypoint
  • "Swim Out is a perfect summertime game." - Mac Stories
  • "If you're a fan of puzzle games Swim Out is very likely for you. It's attractive, intuitive, and fun." - Touch Arcade
  • "Swim Out looks like the perfect tactical escape into a lush digital paradise" - Touch Arcade

 

Features :

  • Over 100 levels nestled in carefully crafted landscapes, soothed by the sound of seagulls, frogs or water splashes.
  • 7 chapters combining :
    • 12 different types of swimmers : each with their own way of moving around, ranging from the simple breaststroke swimmers to the more complex divers or cheeky water-bombing kids
    • 12 different objects to interact with : buoys, fins, water guns, you can even ride a kayak!
    • 6 disruptive environmental elements like waves, crabs or jellyfish that will give your brain a work out until you swim out!

Swim Out - screenshot 1.jpg

Swim Out - screenshot 2.jpg

Swim Out - screenshot 3.jpg

 

Get it on Steam by visiting its store page.



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