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Space Controller

Red Snake 3D

Blocky Cats


Push & Pull Blocks

Basketball Hit

Elite Squad

Sharks 3D

Goalkeeper Challenge

Space Rocket

Color Shape

Beehive Yourself

Jumping Color

Pool: 8-Ball Mania

Mushroom Pop

Math Miner

Falling Balls

The Path

Pinball Neon

Math Controller

Tiny Archer

Glass Adventures

Addicting Drift

Math Madness

Fill The Holes

Switch Hexagon


Math Leaper Game


Lost Island Level Pack

Blue Game

Ring Fall

Physics Games


What are the most popular Physics Games?

  1. Bowman 2
  2. Red Remover
  3. Flight
  4. Stickman Swing
  5. Crush the Castle 2
  7. 3D Bowling
  8. Flappybird Classic
  9. Stupid Zombies
  10. Earn to Die Super Wheel

What are the best Physics Games to play on phones?

  1. Swipe Dots
  2. Blocky Cats
  3. Red Snake 3D
  4. Punch Golf
  5. Slingshot VS Monsters

What are Physics Games?

Physics games are games which challenge your hold on gravity. One of the ultimate challenges in gaming is whether or not you have a complete understading of the physics engines which drive your favorite games. Sometimes this will mean your ability to anticipate the speed and accuracey of a basket-ball or determine the potential distance of a golf ball. Perhaps you're trying to jump from platform to platform as they sway and move throughout the level. Whatever type of physics game you're playing the main obstacle will always be whether or not you as a player are able to understand, anticipate, and ultimately exploit the physics-engine of the game itself. Sometimes this will play out as a puzzle game where you need to launch objects into specific targets at specifics times, perhaps you are an archer who is trying to get a bullseye and must thus compensate for speed, distance, wind, and the almighty pull of gravity itself. Physics games can also take the form of a racing game where players are flying straight up and need to develop vehicles and engines which can best conquer the pull of gravity. The most common style of physics games is the launch game. In a launch game players will generally have catapoults, sling shots, canons, or trebuchets where they must toggle the horizontal and vertical axis in order to determine the most accurate shot to go the farthest or hit a target.