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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 games

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

Helter Skelter

DOS19893.3/5 The Assembly Line

Mirror Magic

Windows XP/98/95Linux1995freeware3.6/5

Sid & Al's Incredible Toons

DOS19934.3/5 Dynamix

The Game of Harmony

DOS19904/5 The Assembly Line

The Incredible Machine

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...

The Incredible Machine 2

DOSWindows 3.xWindows XP/98/9519944.3/5 Jeff Tunnell Productions

The Incredible Toon Machine

Windows 3.x19944.2/5 Jeff Tunnell Productions
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