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Home » Apps with tag 'physics'

Tipoli Review

Review Divide by Zero Games By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Tipoli Review

Tipoli is a charming and quirky puzzle game where players take control of Mint and Periwinkle, two small creatures who are bound together by love - Awwwww. Players must guide these two to the large love heart in each level but they must work together in order to do so. Periwinkle is able to cling onto surfaces, while Mint is able to bounce off surfaces. By tapping the screen you can swap them and are able to ‘walk’ along each level. The game relies heavily on the physics b…

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Cabby Review

Review Hidden Games By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 3 months ago
Cabby Review

Everybody knows driving cars on the ground was so yesterday! Similar to the style of of Atari's arcade classic Lunar Lander, Cabby is a 3D thrust based game set in the future where players must pick up and drop off passengers and parcels as quickly as they can in a flying taxi without crashing or running out of fuel. Although the game doesn't include a tutorial, the controls are fairly basic and easy to pick up with a bit of practice. The key to mastering this game is for players to f…

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Bridge Odyssey Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Bridge Odyssey Review

Ladies and Gentlemen, the game is Bridge Odyssey and the developer is Gameloft; this time taking its prompts from the Playstation Network release Elefunk and iPhone game Moonlights. Players must try and safely guide their black outline animals across dangerous gaps and ravines by building bridges for them to cross. The simple ‘drag and place’ controls make the game very accessible to players of all ages. But make no mistake, the game can be deceivingly challenging; especia…

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Low Grav Racer 2 Review

Review Cobra Mobile Limited By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Low Grav Racer 2 Review

In the same vein as futuristic racers like Wipeout and F-Zero, Low Grav Racer 2 is Cobra Mobile's second attempt at bringing high-speed, face melting combat-based racing to the App Store. Much of the inconsistency that plagued the previous game's controls have returned proving to be too sensitive at slow speeds and almost dead at high speeds, but thankfully the addition of sensitivity options and practice can make this manageable. The physics are fairly fanciful and make it difficult…

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Snow Moto Racing Review

Review Dohi Sweden By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Snow Moto Racing Review

Snow Moto Racing is the self proclaimed first snowmobile racing game available on the App Store by Resolution Interactive, but can this bite-sized racer compete against its bigger brothers? The controls are mostly tilt-based, using touches for performing stunts and other minor actions. Turning feels really nice though it may take a bit of initial adjustment to get used to what feels like two-levels of sensitivity while turning. Snow isn't the most common terrain for a racing game to s…

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Starball - WARNING: Insanely Addictive Review

Starball - WARNING: Insanely Addictive Review

For those of you who didn’t have an excuse to twist and turn your iPhone around like a madman, then say hello to Starball, the tilt-controlled physics game. Players must roll their small ball around a game board, collecting stars to increase their highscore. However, the more stars you collect, the more dangerous red orbs appear to pop your ball, along with all of your hopes and dreams. Players will need to constantly adjust and change the direction of their ball by tilting thei…

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Twilight Golf Review

Review Andrew Korth By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Twilight Golf Review

Sometimes a developer can get so caught up in showing off new and exciting features that they forget to make a game out of it that's genuinely interesting and not just a demo of "cool stuff". Howling Moon Software almost trips over that line in Twilight Golf, however it's a serene experience to enjoy from start to finish. Twilight Golf is, as the name suggests, a golf-like game where stroke angle and power are determined by dragging away from the ball and at an angle. This is easy to…

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SpongeDude Review

Review Handplant Studios By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 4 months ago
SpongeDude Review

SpongeDude is a physics based puzzle game where players take control of SpongeDude, a green cube who has been exiled to earth for falling asleep while on guard duty of the moon. It’s now up to you to get him off this bizarre planet and back home, but this is easier said than done. Seeing as how SpongeDude does not have any limbs, he cannot move or walk on his own accord. You’ll need to collect and use various objects that will move, lift or blast SpongeDude through each le…

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Zen Bound™ Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Zen Bound™ Review

While the idea of rope bondage may invoke either images of tying down furniture in the back of a trailer; luggage on a roof; a boat to a moor; or even something more bedroom orientated, Zen Bound attempts to be a game that's more of an experience than something competitive. Contemplation and calm calculation are unsurprisingly key requirements to grasping and enjoying this beautiful app. Multiple gestures are combined with the accelerometer in order to twist and tie up a series of obj…

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Sway Review

Review Illusion Labs By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Sway Review

It has to be said, but the main character in Sway by Illusion Labs looks like something directly out of a nightmare. However, this smiling reptilian will lazily swing her way through each level of this physics sim in an attempt to rescue her friends. As you'd imagine, swinging is the main mechanic here and the controls are quite simple in their design. The left and right halves of the screen control the left and right arms of your chosen character (of which there are up to 10 to unloc…

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Toy Bot Diaries Review

Toy Bot Diaries Review

Toy Bot Diaries follows the exploits of a small toy robot as he must try and make his way out of the toy vending machine he’s stuck in and embark on a wonderful journey. Using your grappling hook arm and magnetic boots you’ll work your way through the machine, solving puzzles and clearing obstacles along your way. Players control Toy Bot’s movement by tilting their iPhone back and forth, but since you can’t jump you’ll need to use your grappling hook to c…

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DaVinci's Secret Machines Review

Review Aboveground Systems LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
DaVinci's Secret Machines Review

Davinci's Secret Machines by Aboveground Systems is another take on the physics sim puzzle set of games already in abundance on the App Store. It's a fairly simple offering for the genre, but one that still challenges players to think laterally to solve the myriad of puzzles on offer. Puzzles in physics simulators tend to be challenging thanks to the way complex machines end up becoming chaotic and prone to wild results from tiny changes. Davinci's Secrets is no big improvement here a…

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Angry Birds Review

Review Rovio Entertainment Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Angry Birds Review

Angry Birds is the kind of physics sim come castle demolisher that follows on from games like Crush the Castle. Clickgamer.com may not have evolved the game too much, but smashing the defenses of your sworn enemy can be fun even if things do require a bit too much trial and error. Birds are launched at your foes via a slingshot you control simply through drag gestures. You can scroll the screen via dragging, but this is most useful after your first shot to follow the line of trajector…

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Smashed (Full) Review

Review Hackdirt Ltd By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 4 months ago
Smashed (Full) Review

Smashed is a physics based game where players must demolish large structures and towers of crates as effectively as possible to rack up their highscore. The game also boasts an interesting story for players to work through, which is quite unusual for a physics game but certainly a welcomed addition. Players begin their training in site demolition and are given instructions on how to destroy wooden crates and other objects. You destroy objects by tapping on them and earn extra points b…

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MiniSquadron Review

Review supermono limited By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 4 months ago
MiniSquadron Review

For those who ever dreamt of taking to the skies in fierce dog-fights but were afraid of heights or being shot down in a fiery blaze, then have no fear, Mini Squadron is here. Players take control of a small bomber plane and must destroy waves of incoming planes in order to unlock new planes, levels and earn a hefty highscore. The gameplay relies on quick dog-fighting action and players will constantly need to barrel roll and avoid incoming enemy fire. By using the game’s on scr…

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