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Here Are 5 Great Games To Download On Your iPad Right Now
Grab your iPad and have a blast playing these awesome games.
| November 16
Can You Seek Out The Elusive Boson X In This Rotational Runner?
Boson X brings particle physics to Apple's iOS (in a fun way!).
| September 26
Boson X Is Set To Offer A Mind-Bending Rotational Runner For iOS
Boson X is set to launch iDevice users off in search of an elusive subatomic particle.
| September 23
Incredipede Looks To Be An Impressive Physics-Based Game For iOS
Can you help Quozzle the Incredipede cross the difficult terrain of her environment?
| September 19
Help A Young Scientist Jump Through Space In Little Galaxy
Little Galaxy is a physics-based endless jumping game that you're sure to enjoy.
| August 19
Can You Zip Through Space And Find Your Way Back Home?
It's time to test your space hopping skills as you help Zip get back home in this beautiful new indie game.
| March 26
Dojo Danger Pits The Ninjas Against An Invading Horde Of Zombies
Are you Team Ninja or Team Zombie? Choose your side and fight for the dojo!
| March 7
Use Gravity To Your Advantage To Solve The Puzzles In Smagnetron
Can't get enough physics-based puzzlers? Smagnetron is another fine one to add to your collection.
| March 1
Ski, Jump, And Crash Your Way To Victory In Krashlander
It's time to get revenge on evil robots by flinging yourself at them, using the power of physics, in Krashlander.
| February 7
Create Melodies Using A Physics Generator With Physynth
A multi-track soundscaping, performance, and songwriting tool. It uses a physics generator and physical objects to create music.
| December 18
Vent Your Frustration Through Vandalism In Crasher
An arcade game allowing you to throw everyday objects through windows.
| August 10
Charge Your Ship And Blast Off Into The Stars To Get Home In Torniko
Torniko is an ingenious physics based puzzle game. The objective is to collect all the stars on each level by flying into them in the required number of tries.
| August 10