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Get across the swamp by jumping on the natural hummocks without falling down, in this interesting skill game. This is a challenging skill game where you've to try and reach the other end of the swamp by using the natural hummocks as a road! Jump on the hummocks and reach the other end in each level without losing all your lives, to proceed to the next level. But, it's not that easy to do! Press and Hold Space Bar to set the power of your jump shown by the bar on the left. When you're satisfied by the power level, Release the Space Bar to jump. Avoid falling into the swamp or you'll lose a life. Also remember that the hummocks will eventually sink in the swamp, so don't stay on them for too long. As the levels go up the difficulty goes on increasing. Have Fun!
Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun. Do you like jumping games for kids, and do you also enjoy to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Swamp Treck game online right now.
Move Left, Right with Left, Right arrow keys.
According to WikiPedia a swamp is a wetland that is forested. Many swamps occur along large rivers where they are critically dependent upon natural water level fluctuations. Other swamps occur on the shores of large lakes. Some swamps have hammocks, or dry-land protrusions, covered by aquatic vegetation, or vegetation that tolerates periodic inundation. Some of the world's largest swamps are found along major rivers such as the Amazon, the Mississippi, and the Congo. Swamps and other wetlands have traditionally held a very low property value compared to fields, prairies, or woodlands. They have a reputation for being unproductive land that cannot easily be utilized for human activities, other than perhaps hunting and trapping. Farmers, for example, typically drained swamps next to their fields so as to gain more land usable for planting crops. Swamps can be found on all continents except Antarctica. The largest swamp in the world is the Amazon River floodplain, which is particularly significant for its large number of fish and tree species.