Swindler Preceded by Skywire VIP - Extended Followed by Gunbrick

Skywire VIP - Extended is a quiz game that serves as the fourth instalment to the Skywire series and the second in the "VIP" collection of Skywire games. It was initially created and uploaded to the Scratch website on January 9, 2012. The game would later be discovered by Nitrome, who released a version of it to their website on March 9, 2012 with slight modifications.


  • Keyboard keys: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z.

A few mouse clicks are required to toggle sound and adjust the positioning of the cursor.


As with the other VIP games, the player is presented with a figure or group of figures in the form of a bean person. The player is to correctly identify the figure or group in order to progress and be presented with another individual. In the, the player can select the spotlight icon to receive a hint.


Skywire VIP Extended - Introduction

Skywire VIP Extended - Introduction

The introduction of Skywire VIP Extended


A cable car will drop off a bean person on the stage, and the player has to write where the character is from, or the characters name. If the player gets stuck, they can click a spotlight with a "?" on a yellow background to get a hint, but when they complete the question, they only get 50 points, instead of the usual 100.


There are 100 groups of one or more bean people that the player must figure out in the Nitrome game. Below are the answers for the Nitrome version of the game.


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Skywire V.I.P Extended Sprites

A few sprites from the game

  1. Winnie the pooh
  2. Pokemon
  3. Peanuts
  4. The Cat in the Hat
  5. Monsters inc
  6. Hello Kitty
  7. Alice in Wonderland
  8. Tom and Jerry
  9. Bob Marley
  10. The Cosby Show
  11. Snap Crackle Pop
  12. Dora the Explorer
  13. Doctor Who
  14. Kirby
  15. Alvin and the Chipmunks
  16. Angry Birds
  17. Minecraft
  18. Portal
  19. Frosty the Snowman
  20. The Big Bang Theory
  21. Calvin and Hobbes
  22. Disney Princesses
  23. Looney Tunes
  24. Twilight
  25. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  26. The Smurfs
  27. Donkey Kong
  28. Barney
  29. Enemy 585
  30. The Incredible Hulk
  31. Team Fortress
  32. Charlie Chaplin
  33. Where the Wild Things are
  34. Captain America
  35. Teletubbies
  36. The Black Eyed Peas
  37. Megaman
  38. How the grinch stole christmas
  39. Animal Crossing
  40. Domo
  41. Iron Man
  42. Lockehorn
  43. Pink Panther
  44. Goldilocks and the three bears
  45. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  46. Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  47. Power Puff Girls
  48. Arthur
  49. The Incredibles
  50. Dragonball Z
  51. The Adventures of Tintin
  52. Lord of the Rings
  53. Tarzan
  54. Bomberman
  55. Care Bears
  56. Justin Bieber
  57. Power Rangers
  58. Fault Line
  59. Elf
  60. Rugrats
  61. Mr Bean
  62. He Man
  63. Bob the Builder
  64. Robocop
  65. Nyan Cat
  66. Sailor Moon
  67. Plants vs Zombies
  68. Green Lantern
  69. Metroid
  70. Wolverine
  71. Elton John
  72. Men in Black
  73. Chisel
  74. The Gingerbread man
  75. Madagascar
  76. The Easter Bunny
  77. WALL-E
  78. Betty Boop
  79. Silly Sausage
  80. Naruto
  81. David Bowie
  82. Yogi Bear
  83. Dennis the Menace
  84. Kid Icarus
  85. The Lorax
  86. William Shakespeare
  87. Avatar
  88. Canopy
  89. Charlotte's Web
  90. Bananas in Pajamas
  91. Kung Fu Panda
  92. Little Bo Peep
  93. Nitrome Must Die
  94. Paddington Bear
  95. Peter Rabbit
  96. Sherlock Holmes
  97. Test Subject Blue
  98. The Three Little Pigs
  99. The Prisoner
  100. Wonder Woman

Scratch version


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  1. Winnie the pooh
  2. Pokemon
  3. Peanuts
  4. The Cat in the Hat
  5. Monsters inc
  6. Hello Kitty
  7. Alice in Wonderland
  8. Tom and Jerry
  9. Bob Marley
  10. The Cosby Show
  11. Curious George
  12. Snap Crackle Pop
  13. Dora the Explorer
  14. Doctor Who (without the blue telephone box)
  15. Kirby
  16. Alvin and the Chipmunks
  17. Angry Birds
  18. Minecraft
  19. Portal
  20. Pillsbury Doughboy


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The ending is similar to the ending of Skywire VIP. Although being similar, it is considerably shorter. All of the characters are shown, and they talk. Their speech loops.

Heather: Well folks we're now at the end of our show!

Mat: And what a show it was...

Heather: Everyone turned up who was invited!

Mat: As well as a few who weren't!

Heather: Ah, you have to love those z-listers!

Mat: And with that there's only one thing left to say...

Heather: Good Night and have a safe journey home!

Mat: Hey, isn't this what we said at the end of the first game?

Heather: Yeah, looks like Mat couldn't be bothered to write anything new!

Mat: Hang on, isn't what we are saying now new?

Heather: Yeah, I guess it is!

Mat: Maybe it's the two fans Duncan and Max writing it this time...

Heather: Nah, it certainly sounds like Mat's stupid ramble again!

Mat: Last time we talked for ages before it finally looped...

Heather: Well at least there was a humorous twist!

Mat: Hooray! This will probably not just loop here then! Vipextended

Skywire VIP Extended - Ending

Skywire VIP Extended - Ending

Version differences


An image of the Scratch version of Skywire VIP - Extended. This images shows Ash Ketchum and Pikachu, stars of the Pokemon anime

There are some differences from the Nitrome and Scratch version of the game. The differences are some bean characters, the menu, and box words are written in. Also, some levels of the scratch version contain multiple passwords for some levels. Some bean people and passwords which were included in the Scratch version were absent from the Nitrome version, possibly due to copyright issues.


  • March 13th 2012 - Nitrome removed the level with the answer My Neighbour Totoro, as neighbour holds two different spellings: Neighbor in the US and Neighbour in the UK and Canada.[1] Nitrome also added some extra characters, referred to as The Z-Listers. The Energizer Bunny was also removed from the game for unknown reasons.


  • The highest possible score that can be obtained in the game (without hacking) is 20,000 points. This score is possible to obtain ($ Level Score $ (100 if hint is not used) $ + Time Bonus $ (100 if the player inputs the password in less than a single second) $ x 100 $ (game has 100 levels) $ = 20,000 $), but very hard, as the player has to input the password in every level in less than one second, which requires the player to be able to type extremely fast. The player also cannot use a hint, as that splits the score for the level from 100 to 50.


  1. Nitrome blog post: Skywire VIP Extended Changed, 13 March 2012
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