Discover the in-depth and enjoyable diving gameplay as you jump off multiple cliffs in varied heights. Pick up epic diving techniques along the way and perform incredible tricks as you move on to the more challenging levels.
To back you up as you take on all those epic diving challenges, gamers in Flip Diving are also given the option to choose between different characters with unique diving styles. Find yourself diving from epic cliffs as a bodybuilder, a businessman, a fat man, an athlete, or even some weirdo in a penguin costume. And moreover, each of them will feature their own unique diving styles and abilities that are completely different from the other. Together with responsive ragdoll physics, everything will be extremely fun and enjoyable.
At first glance at the tweet, it all looked pretty legit to me - I mean, nothing out of the ordinary for Polis to be tweeting a message from his verified account, even if it was something as wild as the mere thought of the Governor cliff diving for his fellow Coloradans and visitors alike at one of the most well-known establishments in the entire state.
"I think [Schaller's leap] is a bad image for the sport of high diving," says Dave Lindsay, 58, who twice set the high diving world record in the early 1980s. "He didn't do anything related to high diving. He's just an idiot who jumped off a cliff."
Lindsay's feat took place at Sea World in Orlando, Florida, in 1982, when the sport of high diving was soaring in popularity almost as swiftly as its practitioners were plummeting in the opposite direction. From the mid-'70s though the early '80s, extreme diving was one of the most popular segments on ABC's late, great Wide World of Sports. While old-timers may recall that show's coverage of cliff diving from Acapulco, those perches were no more than 80 or so feet above the Pacific Ocean. High divers were jumping from platforms more than double that height.