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Articles tagged with "Physics Games"

Android App Video Review: Shark Dash

The opening of this game was honestly very disturbing to me. A bunch of sharks are just minding their own business and hanging out, when a veritable fleet of rubber duckies just swoop in completely unprovoked and abducts several of the sharks. This sets the stage for the revenge-based, duck eating l ... Full Article »

January 7, 2013 10:10am

Android App Video Review: Angry Birds Star Wars

You can join a doubly familiar cast of iconic characters, as red bird Luke, black bird Ben Kenobi, Yellow Han-Solo, Pink Leia, Blue Random X-wing pilot, and Chewbacca go on a classic and beloved adventure. Almost all of the birds get fancy new powers to go with their new duds, and some are unique en ... Full Article »

December 3, 2012 1:15pm

Android App Video Review: Where's My Perry?

Instead of helping a sewer dwelling alligator take a bath, you are helping Agent P, a platypus named Perry who is also a secret agent, get to a secret base. This base is officially over 6,000 kilometers underground according to this game. By guiding the water to Perry's location, you'll activate the ... Full Article »

November 30, 2012 5:00pm

Foozle puts a strain on your brain and a fuzzy feeling in your heart

Foozle is a simple physics/puzzle title from a developer named William Thurston and his two partners, who gave the game over to Noodlecake Studios for an Android port. Physics puzzling has never been so obscenely adorable before this simple but well designed game. The art has a nice consistent palat ... Full Article »

August 20, 2012 3:15pm

Burn the City is hot, but doesn’t always ignite

Burn the City’s title perfectly sums up its gameplay. Placing you in the shoes... er, claws of a fire-breathing newborn lizard, you’ll reign fire on human cities that stole your family. Using familiar physics-based gameplay it’s quite easy to shrug off the game as another Angry Birds clone. Wh ... Full Article »

May 17, 2012 5:30pm

Cut the Rope: Experiments debuts new ways to slice

Ropes, water, pulleys and suction cups – no, I'm not talking about an alley on Greenwich Village in NYC. It's the long awaited sequel to the popular game Cut the Rope, Cut the Rope: Experiments. As always, iOS owners have been teasing Android fans by holding it up high, out of arm’s reach. But l ... Full Article »

March 27, 2012 4:30pm

Android App Video Review: Angry Birds Space

Your goal is the same as it’s always been. Stop the rotund green pigs from stealing your eggs by launching flightless birds at them with a slingshot, kamikaze style. Different birds have different abilities and uses. Destroying structures as completely and using as few birds as possible will lead ... Full Article »

March 22, 2012 3:42pm

Devil Hunter offers plenty of ghoulish physics-puzzle fun

Ghosts, and goblins and monsters – oh my! A long, long time ago, on a dark and stormy night, the devil’s creatures came, took over a small village, and sent the townspeople fleeing. Tonight is the night you lead the peasants to take back the night and their town. Devil Hunter’s back-story migh ... Full Article »

February 29, 2012 4:30pm

Android App Video Review: Hamster Cannon

This game is all about hamsters trying to get their paws on some snacks, also known as “Noms.” The only way for them to do so is apparently to load themselves into a cannon and launch themselves all over the hamster cage. Each level gives you specific kinds of hamster ammunition and asks you to ... Full Article »

January 25, 2012 1:16pm

Android App Tablet Review: Angry Birds Seasons

It's always the perfect time of year to play Angry Birds Seasons on an Android tablet. The goal is the same as the original in this spin-off game--destroy the pigs and their fort. Some of the levels in Angry Birds Seasons are Summer Picnic, Easter and Halloween. The seasonal updates keep the game f ... Full Article »

October 28, 2011 2:00pm

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