Honestly not sure what to make of this. The physics are good and it feels like there is potential for a fun experience. The experience as is now though, feels more like a tech demo than a game.
You're thrown into the deep end right off the bat with little idea of what to do. A "?" icon in the corner of the screen closes the app and sends you to a "help" website containing the message "Coming Soon."
Back into the game you go then, forced to rely mostly on trial and error to figure out what to do, how to do it, and why it is that you're doing it. You realize that tapping at certain areas makes you attach to them and swing, hitting certain other areas makes you die, swiping along the screen makes you swing in that direction. Tapping while swinging releases your grip - at least, sometimes it does - and therein lies a major problem: are the controls faulty? Am I doing something wrong? Without any tutorial or explanation I've little idea. I suspect that the controls are simply inaccurate but can't be sure. Clearly, whatever the case may be, as a player I shouldn't be having this issue in the first place.
18 short levels. Playing to half way took me about 20 minutes. If you subtract the figuring out what to do and the various attempts to decipher what governs the control logic and how to keep it consistent (unsuccessfully,) you could subtract probably around three quarters of that play time.
Not really good enough, is it?