What are the best physics games for iPhone?

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    #1Hill Climb Racing

    Hill Climb Racing
    Hill Climb Racing is a free game for iOS and Android that play with physics to offer a fun experience. You will have to climb up some hills and race with the intrepid and shameless Newton Bill.

    Android, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    José Antonio Espinosa
    Written on December 14, 2017
    "Hill Climb Racing is awesome sauce. I love blasting through the levels collecting coins so I can upgrade my vehicle and access new levels. If you like stamina-run games with crazy physics this is a game for you. One thing I don't like about it is that every time you exit the game you lose all the coins you acquire which makes you start from scratch. "
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    #2Alto's Adventure

    Alto's Adventure

    Alto's Adventure is an adventure game developed by Noodlecake Studios Inc for iOS and Android devices. This game allows the player to join Alto and his friends as they embark on an endless snowboarding odyssey. 


    Android, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Harold Guerrero
    Written on December 13, 2017
    "This is a game that sounds like it wouldn't really be too fun. But they nailed the physics down in such a fun way, it's amazing!"
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    #3Cut the Rope

    Cut the Rope

    World Wide famous puzzle to feed a little monster with candies while you collect stars and hidden prizes.


    Web, Android, iOS


    Elena Solano
    Written on December 31, 2017
    "Other than the ads on this game, it is really fun. The first part is challenging but once you get the hang of it, you'll love it. I love games that are fun but can stimulate my mind at the same time."
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    #4Angry 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

    Angel Trivedi
    Written on December 12, 2017
    "Video games are a work of fantasy that try and compete with reality. Sadly many games fall short in the realism aspect when trying to immerse you into their world when wonky physics happens. Angry Birds is one of the better examples of a game that has a good handle on physics. While playing, you can pin point where a weak spot is and accurately take down a structure. Even better, the structures almost never fall the same way twice, which is the most realistic. "
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    #5Bridge Constructor

    Bridge Constructor
    Become an appraised bridge engineer and architect in Bridge Constructor. Create and design your own constructions and watch the cars and trucks pass over them - or see them fall and crash while your inferior creations collapse due to weight and the laws of physics!

    PlayStation, Android, iOS, PS Vita


    Hannah Simmons
    Written on December 15, 2017
    "Seems to be pretty accurate representing physics. It would be visually better in the IPad."
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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

    Bruce Vasquez
    Written on December 17, 2017
    "World of Goo has taught both me and my son about the basic elements of physics. It's also just a very fun game. Unfortunately, it is Android only - not for iPhone. "
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    #7iBlast Moki 2

    iBlast Moki 2

    iBlast Moki 2 is a physics-based game with 90 levels and 6 worlds to explore. Create your levels with physics tools and face new dangers in this adventure with beautiful  graphics in which your imagination is the limit.


    iOS, Android

    $2.99- with in-app purchases

    Arjun Bose
    Written on December 14, 2017
    "A great game with lots of levels and lots of fun. Great graphics that set it apart from many of the cheaper apps. Also, you can build your own custom maps in this game and give yourself the ultimate challenge. A lot of fun."
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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


    Denise Dean
    Written on December 16, 2017
    "Personally I'm a huge fan of physics games and this one was no exception to that. The use of liquid instead of solids is really clever, and I love the graphics and the gameplay is fun and intuitive. I'm not saying I spent hours on this, but I'm not denying it either!"
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    #9Poly Bridge

    Poly Bridge
    Poly Bridge is a physics-based game in which you have to build your own bridge. It features more than 100 campaign levels and over 20 achievements. Use and boost your engineering creativity, solve challenging puzzles and become a Poly Bridge Master Engineer.

    iOS, Windows, Mac


    Andrew Ford
    Written on March 14, 2018
    "This is a really awesome, and challenging game.This is definitely the best bridge building game if not one of the best mobile games out there."


Best What are the best physics games for iPhone
1Hill Climb RacingGames 9 Free
2Alto's AdventureGames 6 Free
3Cut the RopeGames 6 Free
4Angry Birds ClassicGames 5 Free
5Bridge ConstructorGames 4 Free
6World of GooGames 3 Paid
7iBlast Moki 2Games 2 Paid
8Puddle+Games 2 Paid
9Poly BridgeGames 1 Paid

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