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Finger Physics: Finger Fun Review

By , on September 28, 2009


Finger Physics: Finger Fun
Download on the AppStore
4 out of 5

PROS

  • Plenty of exciting and varied puzzle mini-games for you to play through.
  • Players can use their iPod during gameplay.
  • The controls are simple enough that anyone can play.

CONS

  • No online leaderboard options.
  • The visuals aren’t the prettiest, but at least they get the job done.

VERDICT

You know a game is great when it offers the same four or five game modes but doesn’t feel repetitive in the slightest. Finger Physics is one of those games.


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Finger Physics is a physics based, puzzle game compiling of a number of different mini-games. Players must play through a series of levels each with different physics based goals. Some require you to build a tower with the blocks given to you, other require you to remove blocks so that an egg can drop into a basket. Each level varies and progressively gets harder and harder.

The controls differ for each game but all require using the iPhones touch screen interface. Before each new level, players are given a quick revision of the rules of the game. You must try to do the best you can in each to earn a bronze, silver or gold medal for that stage.

Both the basic visuals and sound quality aren’t all that impressive, but the challenging puzzle gameplay is the real focus of the game and players will hardly take notice of anything else. Players are free to use their iPod during gameplay however. The game features one main mode and players have the option to replay levels in order to get a better medal score.

Finger Physics is an incredibly addicting and well designed game. While there are a number of different puzzle types you will repeat over, the game varies it up by giving you different scenarios and variations. The game does well to keep players interested enough to keep playing but enough repetition for you to try and master certain games. If you are a fan of physics based games, there is no reason for you not to get this game.

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