New Game: Isaac Netwon’s Gravity 2, Released by Namco, Offers Physics Fun
If someone told me in highschool that physics can be fun, I wouldn’t have believed them. However, with a game such as Isaac Newton’s Gravity 2, physics can be even more fun than you think. Released by Namco, this game is a physics-based puzzle and it’s available for free.
The free download offers you 10 levels and if you want to play the rest of the title you need to pay 99 cents per 50 level pack and there are two of them. The idea is simple: get a ball to the end of the stage using contraptions like magnets, trampolines and bumpers. You can even mess with a level editor and design your own crazy puzzles. There’s a bit of this game that somehow reminds me of Amazing Alex from Rovio, although the comparison is far fetched.
Isaac Newton’s Gravity 2 has a total of 110 levels to offer, it requires Android 2.2 and later, it takes up 27 MB of space and has that simple approach that made games lovable in the days of the 486. It’s no Angry Birds, but it can provide a fun time. You can get it from here.