12 Best Physics-Based Games For IOS And Android

Sunday, Nov 24, 2019, 7:50 am
By:James Fraser


The mobile computing technology has advanced a lot in the recent years that it lets smartphones function as efficiently as a conventional desktop or laptop. When it comes to games, smartphones are competing with handheld gaming devices like Sony Vita and Nintendo 3DS. Today, we have numerous console-quality games on mobile app markets like Google Play, App Store, and Windows Store. Thanks to the inclusion of sensors like gyroscope, accelerometer, and magnetometer, smartphones of present day offer much more immersive and interactive physics-based gameplay than many other gaming devices. While most mobile games have an element of physics attached to them, some of them are purely based on the laws of physics like gravity, inertia, velocity, etc. Take a look at the 12 best physics-based games for mobile.
10.Freeze

"Freeze" is a unique game. If we ever create a topic about the unique mobile games of the current generation, we will definitely list "Freeze" on it. It is a spooky game. The game's nameless central character resembles a human eye. He looks weird. He gets trapped in a gloomy and depressing cell, and it is your duty to free him up. The traps are usually circular or rectangular. You need to rotate them with your finger carefully to let him out. Take a look at the picture, and you will understand what this game is all about.
Game: Freeze
Price: Free to Install and Play, Optional In-app purchases
Downloads: 5 Million to 10 Million
Reviews: 238,000+
Average Rating: 4
Google Play | App Store 


Freeze-12 Best Physics-Based Games For IOS And Android

11.Paper Toss 2.0

Ah, good old paper toss game! "Paper Toss 2.0" is a sequel to the original and classic "Paper Toss" game by Backflip Studios. It is one of the first few games that focused more on game physics than graphics. "Paper Toss 2.0" was released in 2011 for iOS. It was ported to Android sometime later. "Paper Toss 2.0" has better graphics, gameplay, and physics than its predecessor. It also lets you toss a whole lot of things in addition to crumpled paper. This game is more popular on App Store than on Google Play.
Game: Paper Toss 2.0
Price: Free to Install and Play, Optional In-app Purchases
Downloads: 10 Million to 50 Million
Reviews: 235,000+
Average Rating: 4.2
Google Play | App Store 


Paper Toss 2.0-12 Best Physics-Based Games For IOS And Android


12.ATilt 3D Labyrinth Free

"aTilt 3D Labyrinth Free" is a maze game that works on the core principles of physics like gravity and motion. This game does make you feel like you have a real labyrinth maze game in your hand. As seen in the picture, you need to guide the ball carefully toward goalpost while making sure it doesn't fall in any of the trap holes. You just need to tilt your phone in all four directions steadily to move the ball. "aTilt 3D Labyrinth" has about 258 challenging levels. This game also lets you create your own levels and share them online! Please note that this game is not available on App Store.
Game: aTilt 3D Labyrinth 
Price: Free to Install and Play, Optional In-app Purchases
Downloads: 10 Million to 50 Million
Reviews: 134,000+
Average Rating: 4.1
Google Play 


ATilt 3D Labyrinth Free-12 Best Physics-Based Games For IOS And Android

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