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Physics-based puzzle games

Physics-based puzzle video games are a genre of video games that rely on realistic or semi-realistic physics simulations to create challenging and engaging puzzles for players to solve. These games typically involve manipulating objects, characters, or the game environment in a way that takes into account the laws of physics, such as gravity, friction, momentum, and inertia.

Key features of physics-based puzzle video games include: realistic physics, puzzle solving, trial and error, environmental interaction, platformer elements. These games often offer a unique and intellectually stimulating gaming experience, as players need to apply their understanding of physics principles to progress through the game.

Most popular physics puzzle applications

The Incredible Machine 2
puzzleDOS, Windows 3.x, Windows XP/98/95
The Incredible Toon Machine
puzzleWindows 3.x

Physics puzzle applications

  • helter-skelter-04
    DOS19893.3/5 The Assembly Line
  • mirror-magic-2-02
    Windows XP/98/95Linux1995freeware3.2/5
  • sid-and-al-incredible-toons-06
    DOS19934.2/5 Dynamix
  • harmony-03
    DOS19904/5 The Assembly Line
  • theincrediblemachine-1
    DOS19934.2/5 Jeff Tunnell Productions

    The Incredible Machine (part of The Incredible Machine series) is a single-player peculiar DOS physics-puzzle game developed by Jeff Tunnell Productions and published by Sierra On-Line in 1993. The goal of the game is to build strange complicated contraptions using the few pieces at your disposal. When you feel pretty sure that your contraptio...

  • incredible-machine-2-1
    DOSWindows 3.xWindows XP/98/9519944.3/5 Jeff Tunnell Productions
  • the-incredible-toon-machine-05
    Windows 3.x19944.2/5 Jeff Tunnell Productions
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