Free, no ads, family friendly indoor rock climbing game.
Select a route from three difficulty levels. Each difficulty level has 9 routes. Climb to the top and see your score, and compare your score to the scores of other climbers on the same route.
Press (or click) a hold to move a hand or foot to that hold. Holds have to be "in reach". If you try to reach too far, oops--a bad move.
Swipe (or drag) left, right, up, down to shift the climber. Shifting means the hands and feet stay in place while the body shifts in a direction. The hands/feet cannot cross to the other side of the climber. In other words, if shifting would cause a left hand or left foot to cross past the center of the Cyberclimber to the right side, or visa-versa, oops--a bad move. Also, if shifting would cause a hold which a hand or foot is currently on to become out of reach, oops, another bad move. Don't worry, you'll get the hang of it quickly.
It's not as easy as it looks, and you'll probably fall many times. But no worries, get back on and figure it out. Approach it like a puzzle to solve.
Routes are user submitted, and they change frequently, you won't get bored. There are nine routes in each difficulty category. When a new route is submitted the oldest route is bumped off.
Routesetting is fun too. Set a route and see how other climbers score as they attempt your amazing creation.
All routes are doable. In order to submit a route the routesetter has to prove it can be done by climbing it in "Forerunner Mode". The routesetter's solution is recorded so if you need a hint just click to see the solution, then give it another try.