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Reviews of physics games, interviews with their game developers, and downloads of physics-based games. Physics games are simple, addictive, and fun!

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By: Victor

Tue, 11 Nov 2008 23:13:41 +0000

Oh, I've read your interview where you mention Elma. I think you should give it another try, maybe I should check out Trials...

By: Victor

Mon, 10 Nov 2008 22:34:26 +0000

I think, you should check out the originator of this genre, the game that I spend tons of time with. The game is called Elasto Mania, and It was the greatest game I'd ever seen scince Tetris. What is so great about this game is the responsiveness of physics, which successor games can't reproduce. (

By: Trials 2: Second Edition » Fun-Motion

Sat, 13 Sep 2008 20:25:36 +0000

[...] original RedLynx Trials game was one of the games that spurred me to create Fun-Motion. Here was a game completely based on [...]

By: nicolaii

Thu, 21 Dec 2006 08:04:57 +0000

hi, I' m fan of this game too... if it' s you on the video, I' mcertainly stronger than you... if you pass all the stage at 0, try to do it more beautifull, with more style...and importantly, just on the wheels!!! I have a question, do you know where I can find a track editor? or more tracks to download, I have allready the construction yeard (quiet difficult) an mountain height...I'm searchong for some others! thank's please answere to my mail.. I'll certainly loose this site's adress...

By: :Steve » Exswinkbike!

Mon, 06 Mar 2006 05:19:13 +0000

[...] In its current state, Exswinkbike is similar to Excitebike in two ways. First, the agent you’re controlling is a motorbike with a rider on it which is viewed from a slightly angled side perspective. Second, succeeding at the game is mostly about properly aligning the bike to match the terrain you’re trying to land on. There it parts ways with Excitebike, now more closely resembling an amalgam of Trials and Ski Stunt Simulator, with just a sprinkling of Excitebike. [...]