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Physics Phun
Rube's Lab Pro

Rube's Lab Pro

Alexander Bouland

Venture into the world where you`ll need to save Rube's Lab from the wiles of Dr. Evil using logic and imagination. Items, objects, mechanisms, chain reactions... Solve puzzles through available tools in limited timeframe. You can ask Rube for help though.

Do you enjoy classic logic games? Then here is one you were looking for.

Start the game and you'll got all the necessary progress-based tips along the way.

The interface is simple and convenient. Just use your touch.

The game is designed in a 2D world with accurate and realistic physics.

Really enjoyable and lovely arts.

Encounter dozens of different puzzles and rewards.

A wide range of tools at your disposal to solve challenging tasks.

Rhythmic music that instantly immerses you into the game`s atmosphere.

You will be able to seek help from Rube. He will require some crystals though.

Rube's Lab is a logic puzzle accessible for all ages, easy-to-learn and control. Vivid graphics and addictive gameplay contribute to quick relaxation and bright emotions both for children and adults. Moreover, the game develops logical thinking and imagination.

The app participates in Designed for kids and/or families program on Google Play.

Physics Phun

Physics Phun

Omar Al-Ejel

Physics Phun brings the phenomena of the real world to your pocket with motion, electricity, gas, and other physics simulations. Physics simulations help students better understand classroom content and feel more familiar with concepts that can be hard to grasp.

Physics Phun was inspired by the work of the University of Colorado Boulder's Carl Weiman and his team on the innovative PhET simulator. Physics Phun will follow in their footsteps of teaching physics in a relatable way by expanding its number of simulations and open sourcing the application code on GitHub.

Omar Al-Ejel

University of Michigan Class of 2021
International Academy Class of 2017

GitHub credit to Zemirco for his open source "LineChart" module.



Michael Schiefelbein

Newtonium is a powerful tool to solve physics problems. For those of you, who are having difficulties understanding and solving classical mechanics problems, this app is a huge help.It will calculate all forces exerted on a body and simulate the resulting motion in two dimensions, with three degrees of freedom.

Use objects, structures and tools to build your model. You can set physical properties, like mass, velocity, size, position and many more. The app will calculate and show you all the forces on each object. To see the forces in action, just run the simulation. Even during the simulation all forces can be shown and all properties will be updated. You can specify final conditions, to stop the simulation automatically, when these conditions are met.

From the very small like the motion of particles to the very big like the moon going around the earth, if you can draw the model, Newtonium can calculate the forces.

- create, load and save your models
- change gravitation, friction, resistance or behavior during collisions
- specify real world physical properties of all objects
- use tools like springs, struts, and pulleys
- units are converted automatically
- set initial and final conditions
- forces and velocities are displayed as arrows for each object
- forces are described in detail
- use the simulator to animate your model
- display diagrams for objects in motion
- verify conservation of energy or momentum

Fantastic Physics

Fantastic Physics

Mother Teresa Catholic High School

Fantastic Physics is a fun science app designed to explore the fantastic world of physics. Primarily aimed at high school students beginning to learn elementary physics, Fantastic Physics allows students to explore one of the most commonly explored physics experiments conducted in high school science classrooms: the pendulum. In Fantastic Physics, various parameters affecting the motion and period of a pendulum can be analyzed in depth such as the interesting effect of the period's independence of the mass of the bob attached to the pendulum. In addition to the pendulum, another common experiment: a mass on an inclined plane can also be analyzed in depth. Fantastic Physics comes with a short quiz section to test the knowledge gained from the lab experiences. Finally, Fantastic Physics comes with a quick summary of the lab experiences along with the principles involved in the pendulum's motion and incline plane to verify the results of the lab.