There’s something about physics games that’s innately fun. Whether you’re demolishing castles, balancing blocks or trying to build a really tall tower – you end up feeling like a kid (in a good way) and having a blast. So next time you need a distraction or a break, try one of these 9 awesome physics games.
In Splitter you have to get the smiley ball to the brown hole through levels of increasing difficulty. Fortunately, you’re equipped with an incredibly sharp knife that can slice and dice almost anything creating interesting chain reactions.
Unfortunately, your goal in Totem Destroyer isn’t actually to destroy the totems, that would be too easy. Instead, you need to get them to land on the dark block by removing all other blocks carefully without letting the totem fall on the ground.
You don’t want to let your box slack off. Fortunately, there are countless hilarious ways to wake it up.
Green is good, red is not. Try to get as many green blocks off the screen, while keeping the red ones in. Finish challenges to unlock new abilities.
What seems like a simple concept turns out to be incredibly fun. Stack all the pieces without any of them falling off the screen and you will be rewarded with the smiling faces of various geometrical shapes.
As the name implies, you have to get rid of all the red pieces. Each piece has its own gravity direction and is pulled towards the direction which it faces. What the game lacks in graphical polish it makes up for in level design.
This polished game makes the simple task of getting each civiball to its matching pot both challenging and fun. Cut the chains in the right order to get the job done – gets increasingly complex.
Brick Yard 2 combines Tetris like mechanics with the physics of building a stable tower. Your goal isn’t to clear lines, but to build the tallest tower possible without it toppling. As you progress different things start getting in your way from flying bricks to snowballls.
If you ever wanted to become an auto engineer this is the game for you. Build your vehicle (contraption) using bars and wheels to get the pink ball to the goal area.