What are the best physics-based puzzle games for Android?

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    #1Angry Birds Classic

    Angry Birds Classic

    Angry Birds Classic is a free puzzle video game developed by Finnish computer game developer Rovio Entertainment. Released in 2009. players use a slingshot to launch birds at pigs stationed in a goal.


    iOS, Android, Online

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Sanvi Jhadav
    Written on April 4, 2018
    "As funny as it seems this game is actually very much a physics based puzzle game. The pigs must be lined up with the perfect trajectory so that they blast through the angry birds. You have to take into consideration several factors such as height, weight, and the birds themselves in order to get the perfect throw."
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    #2Cut the Rope 2

    Cut the Rope 2
    Cut the Rope is back with an improved version! In this opportunity, you can get new features such as different characters and more tricky missions. The only thing you have to do is to accompany Om Nom in his adventure!


    iOS, Android

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Tejas Patil
    Written on January 17, 2018
    "Take a great game and ruin it with in app purchases. On the first level where I take more than a few attempts to get 3 they force me to get hints. After a few levels I am forced to get balloons from the shop to get 3 stars. It's ridiculous, just give me a game like part one that doesn't rely on money making gimmicks like buying balloons to get 3. Sure I didn't have to actually buy the first batch, but I don't want to get 20 or 30 levels in to the game only to find out I do. Deleted, never buying a Zepto game again."
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    #3Brain It On!

    Brain It On!
    Brain It On! is a free-to-play puzzle game where physics are essential to solving the puzzles. The player is presented with a couple of different physics problems, and it's up to you and your drawings to complete the level.

    Android, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Gregory Olson
    Written on January 17, 2018
    "I really enjoy games that require a lot of planning and thinking. Games that are based on physics are just a bonus since that is my college major. I have tried a lot of different games, and there are a lot of good ones, but Brain It On! captured my attention quickly and hasn't let it go. I have been enjoying this game for weeks now, and every time I open it I know I'm going to have an engrossing and challenging time. I recommend this to anybody that enjoys puzzle games and owns an Android!"
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    #4Where's My Water?

    Where's My Water?

    Where's My Water? is the first game in the 'Where's My' puzzle series made by Disney, and while a sequel has been released, the first game is still considered one of the best puzzle-physics games.


    Android, iOS

    $1.99- with in-app purchases

    Terry Morris
    Written on November 10, 2017
    "I love this game! It's already two years old, but this puzzle game never gets old. It makes my brain think yet it's still a lot of fun!"
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    #5Leo's Fortune

    Leo's Fortune
    Leo's Fortune is a platform adventure game where you hunt down the cunning and mysterious thief that stole your gold. Beautifully hand-crafted levels bring the story of Leo to life in this epic adventure.

    Android, iOS


    John Carter
    Written on November 2, 2017
    "Leo's fortune isn't the best physics game but wow is it great. For a physics game the puzzles are not convoluted but have just enough complexity that when I played it, it did trigger multiple a-ha moments for me. The graphics are absolutely beautiful, I couldn't even believe this is a mobile game."
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    #6World of Goo

    World of Goo
    World of Goo is a game where you have to create large structures using balls of goo. The main objective of the game is to get a number of balls to an exit, but to get there you'll have to build bridges, buildings and many other structures.

    Amazon, Android, Windows, Mac, iOS

    Check price

    Justin Aguilar
    Written on November 4, 2017
    "This is a challenging yet, fun puzzle game and is available for the Google Play store."
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    #7X Construction

    X Construction

    Build a bridge using the given materials so the train can cross the valley in this construction game. Levels get harder as the game goes by, so you will have to wisely distribute the materials all over the level.




    Amber Perry
    Written on November 14, 2017
    "I'm a sucker for physics-based games so I always check out the ones that just came out and I recently downloaded X Construction. And it's not bad at all. To say that I am enamored with it would be pushing it, but I had a lot of fun with it and spent quite a bit of time on it. All the physics-based functionalities are excellent and very convincing, which makes for an intuitive game-playing - always a plus. On the other hand, I'm saddened to report it's one of the least visually appealing game I've played in a long time. I'd go as far as saying it's kind of ugly. Plain and simple. Guys please, hire someone who can design pretty backgrounds so that your game can compete with the rest of the pack. Especially these days when there is no shortage of good or downright splendid looking games to choose from."
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    Puddle+ is a physics-based game in which you have to guide a puddle of fluid by tilting the environment that surrounds it. Your goal is to conserve as much fluid as you can when crossing a large variety of obstacles.


    Android, iOS


    Arthur Parker
    Written on December 18, 2017
    "Puddle is a relaxing game with great visuals. I really enjoy spending time staring at the wonderful graphics. The controls are simple to learn, and it is very easy to play. Any body could easily pick up the game and have fun."
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    #9Isaac (as in Newton)

    Isaac (as in Newton)

    Isaac (as in Newton) is a free mobile puzzle game based on physics that centers around manipulating gravity to reach a goal in a minimalistic art style with more than 60 physics puzzles. 




    Carlos Vazquez
    Written on July 8, 2018
    "I really like this game. I think the mechanic is unique and fresh. However, the UI is a bit rough around the edges."
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    In Osmos, you are a ball of matter in space filled with other randomly arranged balls of matter, which can accelerate by excreting part of its own mass, and grow by absorbing orbs smaller than them.

    iOS, Windows, Mac, Android


    Matthew Ortega
    Written on November 3, 2017
    "A good suggestion as a physic based puzzle game, but oddly the link is for the Apple Store and not the Android store, in which it is also available. A good suggestion with the wrong link result."
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    #11Build a bridge!

    Build a bridge!

    Build a bridge! is a physics-based puzzle for mobile devices with a simple interface and 36 levels of challenging puzzles. Put in practice your engineering skills in multiple environments, perform cool tricks and build bridges across the world and beyond.


    Android, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Andrés Ochoa
    Written on March 8, 2018
    "This game is simply great. It may have adds but they are expected in a free to play mobile app. The adds are easily controlled and aren't annoying at all as they can be easily closed and come in moderation"


Best What are the best physics-based puzzle games for Android
1Angry Birds ClassicGames 16 Free
2Cut the Rope 2Games 13 Free
3Brain It On!Games 12 Free
4Where's My Water?Games 10 Paid
5Leo's FortuneGames 7 Paid
6World of GooGames 6 Paid
7X ConstructionGames 6 Paid
8Puddle+Games 2 Paid
9Isaac (as in Newton)Games 1 Free
10OsmosGames 0 Paid

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