If you’re a physics puzzle or action puzzle fan who’s sick and tired of these genres treating players with kid gloves — boy, does "Bobby" have something for you! Its fun and unique concept should attract the interest of many, but it will be most enjoyed by those who possess sniper-like patience and skill.
Some games just deserve the hype. This is one of them.
A great physics puzzler done in by a poor tutorial. If you're willing to contend with some guesswork - or if you've already been prepared by our review, for that matter - "Treemaker" is one that physics and action puzzle fans would do well to swing into.
Behold, a new cross between the side-scrolling platformer and the physics puzzler is born! Plugging "DEO" into a specific category is a challenge in and of itself, but if you're a fan of either of those genres you'll probably find lots to appreciate in this one from Strapped to a Meteor.
If you've been following iFanzine for awhile you'll no doubt remember "Yslandia," brought to us by MovingPlayer and BulkyPix last October. I wasn't sure what to expect when MovingPlayer made the jump from MMORPGs to casual puzzlers, but after "Drag'On" you'll hear no complaints from me if they decide to spend some more time in their newfound niche!
One of the App Store's true hidden gems, "Alpha Swarm" lifts elements from the logic puzzle, physics puzzle, and shoot 'em up genres, blending them into a wonderfully refreshing experience. Now, if only it weren't marred by a few interface flaws!
Mobile Snap has set a new standard for physics puzzlers with this deep and well polished offering. How can "Gravity Lab!" not stand out when it gives you exactly four times the physics to worry about compared to the genre norm?
You'd better not get between this mighty little mouse and his cheese, because he sure packs a punch! Eric Karl's iOS debut is sure to bounce straight into the hearts of iOS gamers who could go for a healthy dose of fun physics action.
A star is born! Magnetic Baby could have gone wrong on so many levels, but care and good design sense on the developer's part have shaped this into a must-have for anyone interested in a good physics puzzler with a heavy dose of platforming action.
Despite feeling like a close cousin to a certain bird-slinging physics puzzler at first, "Burn the City" eventually veers off into fresh territory that makes it well worth looking into for genre fans.