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Home » Apps with tag 'physics'

ROLANDO 2: Quest for the Golden Orchid Review

Review ngmoco, LLC By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 5 months ago
ROLANDO 2: Quest for the Golden Orchid Review

Rolando 2 picks up where the first game left off. Your Rolandos have sailed back from their adventures and accidentally brought a strange sickness back with them. They must now find the Golden Orchid to cure the sickness. The gameplay itself relies on rolling through levels, solving puzzles and other physics based challenges in order to get closer to finding the Golden Orchid. The game controls are simple, you tilt the screen to roll and flick up in order to jump. There are times duri…

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Asphalt 4: Elite Racing Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 5 months ago
Asphalt 4: Elite Racing Review

Gameloft have consistently put out a high level of effort into their iPhone applications, but Asphalt 4: Elite Racing takes the cake. With console-like production values and license deals from car manufacturers, it's every bit the game that should appeal to a mainstream gaming crowd and even its flaws will be forgiven when you realize you're playing this game on your iPhone. As you'd expect, the controls have been well designed for this arcade-style racer, giving you the option of tap…

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Fantastic Contraption Review

Review inXile Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 5 months ago
Fantastic Contraption Review

Physics based games tend to make use of its physics in a fairly limited way, with puzzle elements that respond to movement and so on, but ultimately they're artificially limited so there's a finite amount of solutions. Fantastic Contraption does everything to defy this practice and challenges you to not merely complete levels, but to engineer utterly unique solutions to its problems. Your aim is to move a piece from one area in to a scoring zone by any means necessary using the tools…

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Touch Physics Review

Review Gamez 4 Touch By Beau Burtenshaw, 5 years, 5 months ago
Touch Physics Review

Physics based puzzle games have been one of many recent subgenres made popular by the power of the iPhone. While many offer a more complex and in depth experience, Gamez 4 Touch have gone for a simpler style than most with their title Touch Physics. Touch Physics is unique in its approach towards puzzle solving, the simple design allows you to grasp the concept straight away without the need for tutorials and instructions. The basic aim is to collect the star placed in each level, whi…

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Touchgrind Review

Review Illusion Labs By Beau Burtenshaw, 5 years, 5 months ago
Touchgrind Review

Touchgrind is one of those rare games that wouldn't exist if it weren't for the iPhone's unique touch design. Every skater and skateboarding fan out there has done tricks using their 2 fingers on their invisible skateboard, Touchgrind is a game that finally gives your fingers something to skate on. Playing Touchgrind is simple, you stand your index and middle finger on the screen as if you were standing on a tiny skateboard and slide them around to do tricks. A quick tutorial will get…

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Bloons Review

Review Ninja Kiwi By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 5 months ago
Bloons Review

If you asked a monkey to throw a limited amount of sharp darts at a bunch of tethered balloons and scored him based on how many he managed to pop, you'd probably look a little mad. But if you buy Bloons by Digital Goldfish you can live out that dream in all of its puzzle based glory; or if it's not your dream, you can at least enjoy the plethora of clever puzzles within. The control is simple, with players draging their finger to set the power and angle of their shots. Annoyingly, the…

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Topple 2 Review

Review ngmoco, LLC By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 5 months ago
Topple 2 Review

Topple 2 is a physics based, block stacking game for the iPhone. Players must stack up different blocks in order to create a tower that reaches a certain height. Once players reach this goal they must keep stacking in order to get extra points and bonus multipliers. The game is over if four or more blocks falls from the tower and off the screen or the timer runs out. Block placement is quite simple; players tap on the blocks from the top of the screen and drag them down onto the base…

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Touch Hockey: FS5 Review

Review FlipSide5, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 5 months ago
Touch Hockey: FS5 Review

Touch Hockey FS5 is an air-hockey game for the iPhone. Like the real game, players must use their paddles to try and hit a small puck into the other player’s goal. The first player to score a certain number of points wins the game. To control your paddle, players tap and drag their finger on the iPhone screen. You will need to do so in order to hit the small puck and defend against your opponent's shots. The controls are responsive but at times the paddle might be a bit slow. B…

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Moonz Review

Review ADXSoft By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 5 months ago
Moonz Review

One of the great things about the iPhone is being able to play games that border the territory between toys and games. Some may argue that toys are ultimately a waste of time, but if you could pair the time wasting with a productively fun game then you'd probably have something like Moonz by ADXSoft. Moonz is a orbit physics simulator with a bit of tongue-in-cheek fun. Each level presents several gravity defying obstacles to which the player must fling objects in to. This is done by a…

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Ragdoll Blaster - A Physics Puzzler Review

Review Backflip Studios By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 5 months ago
Ragdoll Blaster - A Physics Puzzler Review

Puzzle games are always fun for a diversion, but add physics, and it becomes hard to put down. In Ragdoll Blaster, you control a cannon that fires ragdoll puppets. The goal of each level is to hit a bullseye using as few ragdolls as possible. By changing trajectory and the strength of your shot, obstacles can be shot over, and objects can be interacted with in order to reach your goal. The cannon is controlled via the touch screen. By dragging and tapping, the targeting reticle is mov…

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