iPhone and iPad apps tagged "physics-based."
Slice 'n Dice Ninja Combines Physics and Detailed Artwork in Premium Castle-Defense Game
Van Dyk Entertainment would like to announce the release of their premiere iOS application, Slice 'n Dice Ninja 1.0, now available in the App Store. Slice 'n Dice ninja is a physics-based castle-defense game, employing superb artwork, anatomically-correct ragdoll-physics and skeletal animation.
Where's My Water? is a Proven Winner
Disney Mobile’s Where’s My Water? has received some well-deserved accolades as a top-rated game and indeed, since it’s release in September the water-physics puzzle game has been a top seller in the App Store.
Splitter Pals iPhone Version Has 80 Levels of Puzzle Fun
Pixilated Games has brought an expanded version of the free online game Splitter Pals to iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. For those who haven’t tried it, it may be hard to imagine elementary artwork and sound giving any support to a truly challenging physics puzzle game, but the unexpected merger seems to work in the Splitter Pals app.
Troll Blaster Launches with New Challenges for Physics-Strategy Fans
Troll Blaster presents iPhone gamers with new physics-based challenges.
Montreal based mobile software firm eMobiSoft Inc. announced today the launch of their physics strategy / puzzle game Troll Blaster for Apple iOS devices.
Monster Island Gives You Big Bang for Your App Store Buck
If you’re craving more physics-based attack-style puzzle games, then you could do worse than to be stranded on Monster Island. Brought to you by Miniclip, the same folks that thought up Fragger, Monster Island is very much like its Fragger predecessor, but better.
Teddy Tumble Takes iOS Spin in Washing Machine
Don't be fooled by the cute little fuzziness in Teddy Tumble for iPhone because you'll soon realize that its cuteness is out shined by 90 levels of ultra fun addictive gameplay. With similar game theory as Angry Birds and Cut the Rope, this physics-based puzzler puts quite the twist on sliding, turning and bumping Teddy through the maze and to the clean clothesline.
Squirmee and the Puzzling Tree Takes Root Amongst Action Puzzles
If games such as Cut the Rope and Cover Orange are tops on your list, then Squirmee and the Puzzling Tree is worth taking note of. A creative puzzler with clever mechanics, Squirmee is a challenging, but intuitive, touch-to-play game with great elements of surprise.
Cometkaze is Intergalactic Physics-based Game with a Love Twist
I've often wondered what it would be like to play Angry Birds in space, except the bird would be a comet and the game would mash together the fierce style of a Japanese fighter pilot with the speed of light and the physics of space.
Boom Boat is a Blast of a Physics Puzzler
Drop bombs and save the world in Boom Boat
Boom Boat belongs to a game genre that seems to be in some sort of renaissance: the handheld physics-based cartoon puzzler. After the success of Angry Birds, it’s no surprise that developers are doing everything they can to get their slice of that App Store pie.
Challenge Yourself with Mini Cannon, a Fun Physics-Based Puzzle Game
Mini Cannon has earned a fair amount of buzz for being the first game published under the GameSalad Accelerator program. This means that the developer, Gendai Games, created Mini Cannon using GameSalad Creator, a free program that allows for the programming of original games, using an innovative visual interface.
Cut the Rope is a Casual Gaming Treat
Chillingo’s newest release, Cut the Rope, is a casual puzzle game that bears the mark of the developer with cute animation, innovative style and of course, great gameplay. A combination of physics, logic, and in some cases, quick reflexes, Cut the Rope has entertainment and a high replay value with 75 levels to master.
Moto Mania: Ride, Crash and Relax for the Casual Gamer
Moto Mania is a ragdoll physics-based dirtbike game for the iPhone and iPod Touch, and it follows in the footsteps of some of the classic side-scrolling dirtbike stunt games of the past, like Excite Bike for the original Nintendo Entertainment System.
Fragger: Launch Your Attack
Problem: You like launching explosives in physics-based puzzle-worlds to kill enemies.
Solution: Angry Birds.
Residual problem: You really want to kill people, not pigs.
Better Solution: Fragger.
Structk Stands up to Hurricanes and Earthquakes, but Not the Average User
If a 2-dimensial iPhone game were based on building toys like k’nex or even tinker toys, then Structk would be the closest outcome. Essentially, Structk is a physics application that is played out as a game.
Sparticle Adds New Purpose to Familiar Fun
When I started playing Sparticle it felt immediately familiar. After a few minutes it hit me... if you could score points with iChalky, you would have Sparticle. So, it came as no surprise that Sparticle and iChalky are both creations from Eric Metois.
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