This fun and challenging building game will defiantly provide you with hours of playtime. Use touch technology to build your wooden bridges to allow cars and trucks to pass over to new areas. You must use as little building materials as possible while still making your creation safe and sturdy in over to move on to the next level. The less materials used, the higher score you will receive so be careful to plan your projects ahead.
Using real physics you will find interesting challenges in game play as you can construct slightly elastic bridges in this version. Watch for [Read More...]
With so much to do this building game will surely have you preoccupied for hours on end. Use your crane and realistic rules of physics to build your way through various missions. Create the tallest tower in the city, or the longest and most sturdy bridge possible. There are some many different items to build in mission mode you will enjoy this new addition to your portable game collection.
Construct your way through five different scenario modes that include Foggy City, Windy Mountain, Ropes over Vienna, The Island and San Francisco. Each scenario presents its own challenges to your building [Read More...]
When it comes to puzzlers, Disney knows how to make them. Where’s my Perry is another physics based puzzle game from the developer after Where’s my Water. The player has to use water (in different forms, i.e. liquid, steam and ice) to solve very challenging puzzles. The game has spy themed graphics that are very vibrant, intuitive controls and lasers making it one of the best puzzle game with a spy theme.
The player is immersed in Agent P’s world. Agent P is a platypus (actually, he is a half aquatic sleuth) from Phineas and the game begins after [Read More...]
This is a very titillating puzzle. It’s actually quite small, and easily carried around in one’s pocket. It’s 1 3/4 X1 1/4 X 1 3/4 inches and is fairly heavy and sturdy, A pretty little puzzle in appearance and guaranteed to interest anyone who sees it laying around. Some puzzles require a lot of manipulation and sometimes quite a bit of remembering how to solve it. Some puzzles are very simple once you know how to solve them, but can be very challenging until you know its “secret”.This is definitely one of those types. I love the name “Alcatraz” given [Read More...]
Nothing screams “physics” like gears. Cogs is a ground breaking and high quality puzzle game in which players are players use sliding 2D and 3D tiles to create complex machines. The player starts the game in an “Inventor Mode”. Here, the player learns to use the machine building widget available; i.e. balloons, gears, hammers, chimes, pipes, props, wheel, etc. Each puzzle that they complete in this mode is automatically open in the next mode – Time Challenge Mode.
In time challenge mode, the player gets to play the puzzles unlocked from the previous mode. The player has to find a [Read More...]
Have you ever been to the Island nation of Camatuga? Neither have I – I don’t think it even exists. Bridge Constructor allows you to explore the Island while building bridges. Players can build their bridges over rivers, canals or even deep valleys. After the player has completed the bridge, they perform a stress test to see whether the completed bride can withstand the stress from trucks and cars that use it.
One of the best things is that the game allows the player to choose what materials to use when building their [Read More...]
Color Cleaner is a lovely combination between a physics puzzler and a block removal game.
Object of Color Cleaner is to remove all of the colored blocks from the game grid with a limited number of clicks available. Same-colored blocks that are touching each other can be removed with a single click.
There are 30 levels of puzzle physics fun, can you beat every level? Happy Puzzling!