We’ve covered our favorite Top 5 Physics Puzzlers as well as our Top 5 Addictive Physics Puzzlers, and now we have created a new list of the Top 5 Fun Physics Puzzler Games for iOS. What makes these gems so different from the rest? All of our favorite physics puzzlers are fun, but these five stand out from the others because they have that extra spark that makes it hard not to smile and laugh while playing. From the adorable graphics to the creative game play, these five puzzlers won’t leave you feeling disappointed. Have a favorite of your own? Leave a comment below and tell us about it!
Developed by: Paper Robot Studios LLC
Universal — Free
Gotta Feed Garp! is a physics puzzler game that is a mix of Angry Birds and Cut the Rope. Although it does remind me a lot of other physics puzzlers, it’s the unique and humorous graphics along with over 80 challenging levels that kept me coming back. The goal of this game is to feed Garp because he’s hungry. This pick-up-and-play game is perfect for players of all ages because it’s easy to learn but it’s also hard to master. Read the Full Review Here.
Developed by: Chillingo
iPad — $1.99
iPhone/iPod touch — $0.99
Feed Me Oil HD is a physics-based puzzler. The goal in this game is to get the oil from the broken pipe to the strange creatures so they do not starve. Feed Me Oil isn’t particularly brand new, but the recent price drop has a lot of gamers snatching it up from the App Store. Gamers must use a variety of objects like platforms, magnets and pinwheels to get the oil to the creatures from the pipe. The oil must land in just the right spot or gamers will have to restart the level and try again. Successfully completing a level earns players one to three stars and it also helps to unlock new level groups. Read the Full Review Here.
Developed by: Avallon Alliance Ltd.
iPhone/iPod touch — Free
iPad — $2.99
Jump Out! isn’t a new game but a recent update makes it feel like one. In the latest version the developers have added 30 new levels and a new “Pinball” episode, a new character, a new achievement and the option for gamers to listen to music while they play. This physics-based puzzler is similar to Angry Birds but it brings something new to the table as well. The goal is to leap bugs of different types across each level to earn all three stars. Players must tap and drag the bugs to fling them across the screen. Gamers are able to see the trajectory of the bugs so they can bounce, stick and fling them in the direction of the stars and successfully down the black hole exit. Read the Full Review Here.
Developed by: Elevate Entertainment
iPhone/iPod touch — $0.99
iPad — $0.99
Draw Breaker is a physics-based game that most would describe as similar to Breakout. The game puts a unique twist on this classic hit by making it possible to draw platforms for the ball to bounce off. With this option, players are able to aim their shots at any angle. I love games that actually have story lines behind them because it gives players insight into the game itself. In Draw Breaker, Professor Blockowski and his block army make want to make the world square to get his revenge against everyone who doesn’t have a square head like himself. It’s up to players to take on the block army to keep the world round and safe. Read the Full Review Here.
Developed by: PlayGearz, Inc.
Universal — $0.99
Yumby Toss is a freemium physics puzzler game that requires gamers to toss adorable creature into dangerous places in order to grab all the cake stolen from Yumby Land. There are a total of 20 hilarious and useful Yumbies that make the game a hoot to play. At the start of each level, player must select which Yumby they would like to use. There are six heroic Yumbies to choose on each level, and each one has their own special ability. Instead of pulling back a slingshot, players fling the Yumby across the screen with their finger. They then must guide the little creature either up or down with the arrows on the right side of the screen. Read the Full Review Here.