Tag Archive: Physics


Piggy Wiggy is just another physics puzzler (review)

There have been a lot of physics-type mobile games that have gone on to huge success in the market. From Angry Birds, to Cut The Rope, to Chalk Ball…these are houlehold names these days. The best-known ones provide a unique twist, mechanic, or other feature that the masses gravitated to, and millions of downloads later […]

Exercise your gray matter with Brain It On! – Physics Puzzles (app review)

As I previously mentioned in my review of the app Sum, our brains need to periodically be worked out. The Alzheimer’s Association says:

Mental decline as you age appears to be largely due to altered connections among brain cells. But research has found that keeping the brain active seems to increase its vitality and may build its reserves of brain cells and connections. You could even generate new brain cells.

Brain It On! takes a different approach from Sum, which  [Read More…]

Exercise your gray matter with Brain It On! – Physics Puzzles (app review)

As I previously mentioned in my review of the app Sum, our brains need to periodically be worked out. The Alzheimer’s Association says:

Mental decline as you age appears to be largely due to altered connections among brain cells. But research has found that keeping the brain active seems to increase its vitality and may build its reserves of brain cells and connections. You could even generate new brain cells.

Brain It On! takes a different approach from Sum, which  [Read More…]

Popular Japanese physics RPG Monster Strike now available in English

Monster Strike has enjoyed over 5 million downloads on the Japanese Google Play Store alone, and now players in North America and elsewhere can see what all the fuss is about.

Monster Strike is effectively a marble-flicking game about hitting and eliminating targets that incorporates a lot of RPG elements. Up to four buddies can get cooperatively involved to take on exclusive bosses and and earn shared rewards.

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Flop Fu Physics Fighter Review

Fighting games can be difficult to adapt to touch-screen play. Developers either have to implement imprecise virtual controls or greatly simplified control schemes in order to make them work. But what if a fighting game maker actually made the controls unwieldy on purpose, kind of like Octodad: Deadliest Catch on PC? Then you’d get the very silly Flop Fu: Physics Fighter from GREE and G-labs.

Flop Fu is an Android-exclusive free-to-play one-on-one fighting game. With  [Read More…]

Android Apps for Experimenting with Measurement and Physics

Android Apps for Experimenting with Measurement and Physics

Most of us love our physics-based Android games, and all the technology that is packed into our phones and tablets. With cameras, GPS, accelerometer, magnetic sensor and so many other features standard, the average Android phone was a  [Read More…]

Gravity Guy allows you to break the laws of physics, have fun while doing so

Gravity Guy

There are a lot of games out there that start life “online” that eventually make their way to mobile platforms due to their popularity. One of those games is Gravity Guy from the folks at Miniclip, where you get run around defying all the laws physics and gravity while being chased by Gravity Troops in a fast paced side scroller that I find similar to the likes of Sonic the Hedgehog.

With  [Read More…]

Doodle Physics is puzzle gaming with imagination [Android Game Reviews]

The typical physics game presents a target and object, then tells the player to get the two together. There’s usually only one or two ways to do that effectively and earn a lot of points, but Doodle Physics is a game where there is no set way to hit the target. Instead of asking players to recognize a pattern to solve a puzzle, this  [Read More…]

Drop the Star is an Addictive, Colorful Physics Puzzler

Maybe it’s the child in me but I’m a real sucker for splashy games with colorful graphics and simple premise. I love to come across titles that combine easy-to-learn gameplay with vibrant colors, catchy music, and tons of levels. That’s why I was only happy to learn of a new game called Drop the Star. Your goal here is simple: get the star down to the ground  [Read More…]