Twang is a strange little game where the object, as always, is to get the ball to the end of the course. What makes this game an interesting exercise in physics is that you don’t directly control the ball, but the surface it rests on. The lines are mostly elastic, and are controlled by dragging the round connector faces in the direction opposite to where you want the fall to go. When you let go, the lines twang back with a nice, satisfying noise, and if your mental calculations are correct, the ball flies off into the aether, hopefully to land on another piece of elasticated ground. Naturally, there are stars to collect to increase your score, and monsters that roam around to make your life difficult. It starts getting difficult about six or seven levels
in, but it’s a good way of wasting some time if you have spare.